News Cafe Centurion IS the vibe!

Ok, we all know News Cafe right? Well if you don’t know them, you must have been hiding underneath a rock or a very dingy cold corner somewhere. In that case, please make your way outdoors and get some sunshine. Ok, back to News Cafe. Most of us do frequent franchise institutions from time to... Continue Reading →

Churchills Melrose Arch. It’s like Winston Churchill, but better.

Walking around Melrose Arch is almost like walking through the streets of a small village.  The only exception to this village, is that it’s severely cosmopolitan and abuzz with people, restaurants and the social scene is electric. Making your way to the Piazza, the restaurant scene stretches even further and your senses have a bit... Continue Reading →

La Pentola & Graham Beck! Encore!

Just north of the city centre of Pretoria, lies a gem that is so precious and small, that you will not give it a second glance should you drive past their signage.  Now that is just the thing, there are so many little places and experiences we seldom see and La Pentola is surely one... Continue Reading →

Howzit? How are you? Kunjani?

Nestled in Devon Vale, Stellenbosch you take the turn on Blumberg Drive taking you up to Kunjani Wines.  This little place boasts a huge heart and I cannot help wondering where I should start, doing justice to my experience at Kunjani.  First of all, their contemporary look that boasts deep greys and vibrant reds is... Continue Reading →

Fermier for more!

There is a saying that  states:  "Good food is equal to a good mood" and I'm a true believer that a love for food is both in the art of preparing it, but also in enjoying it.  In recent years Pretoria have seen a plethora of gastronomic experiences peek out from under the kitchen counters... Continue Reading →

Visited the new Pachas yet?

Located in the green and tree-filled neighbourhood of Waterkloof in the capital called Pretoria, you will find Pachas.  They have moved the new development and very trendy area called The Club on the corner of Pinaster Avenue and 18th Street.  From the get-go Pachas is elegantly inviting with decor, service and crisp clean tables to... Continue Reading →

Oh Amsterdam!

Where shall I begin.  Not only is Amsterdam one of the most liberal cities in Europe with regards to almost anything, but it’s also filled with so much history, people and amazing architecture.  Let’s rewind back a bit.  Boarding my flight on Egypt Air, I was pleasantly surprised by the spacious seating and that was... Continue Reading →

Forti’s Grill & Bar and La Motte Wine Estate making magic!

Well where should I begin?  Firstly, getting an invite to attend an exclusive wine and food pairing hosted by Forti’s Grill & Bar and La Motte Wine Estate was already tantalising enough that I was fathoming ideas and expectancies even days before the actual event.  Fortunate Mazzone is himself an institution in the Pretoria community... Continue Reading →

When Bellingham & Fumo collide!

Most of us grew up with the smells from our mom's kitchen.  Well, some of us in anyway.  To be able to sustain oneself to the stage of reading this, you survived by having food to eat.  In my case, I was fortunate enough to grow up in a family that is just totally over... Continue Reading →

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