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This month, we’re serving up a taste of our favourite eateries and foodie experiences in Cape Town, Jozi and Durbs. So bring your appetite as we take you on a journey of edible delights and tempting cuisine that will have you coming back for more.


Oranjezicht City Farm Market: Now at Granger Bay the V&A Waterfront
This one specialises in fresh food and has lots of awesome breakfast options to choose from, from Lebanese to German fare (and many more glorious options that are too overwhelming to list). If that’s not quite enough for you, fill the gap with a red velvet brownie or a potjie pie. There are gluten-free and sugar-free options available too (that look darn good). Wash that down with some fresh orange juice or a warm cup of coffee as you sit on a hay bale enjoying the view of the sea.

Bay Harbour Market
The Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay brings together crafters, artists and busking musicians every Saturday and Sunday. The smell of fresh fish grilling on the coals and the aroma of just-baked bread wafts in the air, whetting the appetite and giving shoppers a hint of traditional Cape food.

Neighbourgoods Market ( aka The Biscuit Mill)
Every Saturday rain or shine, the Woodstock Old Biscuit Mill comes alive. It is as much a source for farm fresh as well as organic foods and locally produced specialty goods, as it is a meeting point to enjoy community, swap ideas and stories, and become educated about what we buy and eat by going directly to the source. Look forward to excellent brewed coffee at Origin and Espresso Lab, refreshing middle eastern style salads, beef or chicken shwarmas. Or go Asian with delicious noodle dishes and dim sum. Then satisfy your sweet tooth with Nutella crepes, Belgium waffles or Dutch poffertjies. Yum!

City Bowl Night Market
Every Thursday evening and first Friday of every month Hope Street traders from in and around Cape Town gather together in an exquisite, historical building to cook up a storm! They have around 30 different stalls to choose from, all of which are carefully handpicked whilst they scour the Cape for traders that offer the highest quality, freshest ingredients & a passion for food. Build up an appetite for Durban curry, Kaapse Limoncello, La Petite Moo brownies and more.

Cape Point Vineyards Thursday market.
Weekly outdoor food market at Cape Point Vineyards in Noordhoek. Home cooked food using fresh, local and free range ingredients wherever possible! Al’s Schwarmas, fresh hummus. German cakes and confectionery – This mother and daughter team create delicious desserts, cakes, biscuits and treats with a traditional German twist.


Maboneng eateries
Market on Main – this city-slicker market is part of the Maboneng CBD regeneration. Mingle with hip urban types at the food, design and arts space. Ethiopian coffee, organic veggies and scrumptious cup cakes are some of the delights that await. Check out the grow-your-own gourmet mushroom kits. Upstairs, rummage through the vintage clothing and china stalls or admire the art and photography displays while the guest DJ spins uplifting tunes. Canteen ( part of Arts on Main) offer great breakfasts.

Pata Pata
This 1960s styled restaurant offers a wide range of culinary options. Enjoy jazz music in the global rustic-styled interior. Their signature dishes include stuffed chicken breast, lamb shank and oxtail stew. Don’t miss out on Uncle Merv’s Original Shakes & Coffee on Fox street.
Uncle Merv’s Original Shakes & Coffee (Fox street)

Fox Street Studios

Neighbourgoods Market, Braamfontein
The Neighbourgoods Market is a concept that originated in Cape Town which now exists in Braamfontein too. Happening every Saturday, this trendy space offers great coffee, seafood paella served up in massive woks with lots to go around, sensational confectionaries, delicious dim sum, crispy fried chicken dishes and more. Tuck into something tasty and then head upstairs for cocktails and live music on the roof top.

27 boxes
27Boxes is the realisation of edgy design and practical implementation. A radical departure from the shopping malls of our generation, 27Boxes showcases the best of a shopping centre set in a garden, surrounded by the boheminian suburb that is Melville.The establishment is built entirely from shipping containers, with an industrial meets hipster look and feel. This is your go to for excellently brewed coffee, cronuts, Paul’s Homemade Ice-cream and bunny-chow.


Old Town Italy
Indulge at this authentic Italian food emporium where you can shop, talk, eat and learn. There’s a butcher shop, bakery, fresh produce section, gelato station and restaurant. The food emporium offers a wide selection of cheeses and cold cut meats. Pair that up with your favourite red wine and you have a little taste of Italy in Durban. Before heading out, we highly recommend a delectable dessert from the bakery or a scoop or two of gelato from the gelato station.

Tree Natural
Based in Umhlanga this wellness concept store combines tree yoga with the tree café. After your yoga class, the tree café offers a selection of smoothies, fresh juices and healthy meals. Our favourite pick is their green matcha juice! Energizing stuff!

The Factory Cafe
Housed inside the Colombo Coffee & Tea roaster, you’ll find delicious artisan coffees and a wide selection of teas on offer. Their breakfast menu is changed up often and the smell of coffee fills the space. A welcomed sensory overload.