Brent Meersman

Let us prey

An epic Italian feast, accompanied by a classic film, recalled a bygone era.

Bun and games at Beefcakes

It was not the first time I had entered the camp playground of Beefcakes restaurant in Green Point's "gay ghetto".

Eat, mein kind, eat

Cooking holiday food is one of the main ways of passing on Jewish tradition.

Delicious camp in a mirror tent

Madame Zingara takes the concept of dinner theatre to the max

Cloning spawns emotional intrigue

The fact that it is acted by father and son adds extra punch to this drama about science's emotional fallout.

Maria’s gets a makeover

An old favourite in Cape Town has been revamped, but remains as cosy and inviting as ever.

Turning tables on disability

Astra in Cape Town offers employment to those with special needs, and also serves up kosher meals.

Calm rules in the Kitchen

Chef Luke Dale-Roberts's new restaurant effortlessly combines traditional and modern culinary approaches.

Seriously funny

An extensive overview of Zapiro's life and work provides insight into his inspiration and the critical role he has played in South African society.

Fine desert menu at San cultural centre

!Khwa ttu, a San culture centre 70km north of Cape Town, houses a restaurant that is well worth a visit.

F is for fabled French food

French is to fine dining what Italian is to opera or Russian is to ballet. <b>Brent Meersman</b> decides to try out French cookery lessons.

Setting the wine bar

Wine bars are fairly new to South Africa and it seems the public hasn't yet quite understood the concept.

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