Steered by South Africans, the Nordic food hall at New York's Grand Central Station will have a coffee bar, sandwich shop, cocktail bar and brasserie.
"No reason to be at the mercy of venues that don't really engage with a proper set-up for comedy."
Perhaps if the Test Kitchen was in Kruishoutem or Larrabetzu and not the Old Biscuit Mill I would appreciate its special genius more.
The popular ÂDurban restaurant has opened a new branch, and there has been much rejoicing.
Amsterdam is leading the countryâ€™s culinary renaissance with the opening of four new exciting restaurants.
A small bar in Cape Town called Cabrito is the only local establishment that serves 40 different tequilas, and they're hoping to grow their selection.
Editor and chief judge for the Eat â€¨Out DStv Food Network restaurant awards, Abigail Donnelly visits some of the country's top restaurants.
The cityâ€™s modern food scene is one of the most exciting in France.
Nikki Werner met the siblings behind El Celler, recently voted the worldâ€™s best restaurant.
Western Cape restaurants swept the Eat Out DStv Food Network restaurant awards this year.
The Spier 'Secret' Festival is trading on the current obsession to experience something others can't.
Two South African restaurants made it on to the S Pellegrino annual list of the world's 50 best restaurants.
The Cucina Paparazzi might have the name, but no restaurant in Cape Town evokes the wistful yearning for a little dolce far niente as La Perla.
For 10 days in Tokyo I could eat in a different style of restaurant every night, writes Brent Meersman.
The Radisson Hotel, on Granger Bay, is right on the seaboard with sweeping views facing Robben Island.
The new upmarket Moroccan restaurant turns out to be disappointingly authentic.
The restaurant is a stunning minimalist decor loosely based on the colours of the elusive bird and some of the best food you'll find anywhere.
Contradicting its many detractors, the service at the Mount Nelson has long been casual if not unabashedly familiar.
Sello S Alcock and photographer Oupa Nkosi spent a night out on the town to bring readers the highs and lows of Soweto's social scene.