Rediscover the culinary bliss of dinners at Tryn when Executive Chef Kerry Kilpin extends her post-lockdown opening hours at Steenberg's vibrant signature restaurant to Friday and Saturday evenings. Starting this week from Friday, 2 October, Tryn welcomes all returning dinner guests and first timers to venture out and escape the stresses of a busy week by tucking into some of her favourite dishes. Tryn's modish cocktail bar and tranquil vineyard terrace is the perfect setting to get the weekend started with pre-dinner sundowners.

Ready for an XXL experience? The talented culinary team at Nederburg’s The Manor will be serving up a mouth-watering two- and three-course menu as part of Restaurant Week South Africa XXL, scheduled to run from 1 October to 1 November 2020. The three-course menu, including a glass of wine per course, is offered at R350 per person, while the two-course, also featuring a glass of wine per course, costs R250 per person. A culinary experience of note…

Summer is here! And while we pack away our winter clothes and our electric blankets, it's also time to rethink our weekly meals and what to make to replace those hearty dishes, such as oxtails, stews and curries, that are so satisfying and comforting in the colder months.   Summer also means spending as much time outdoors as possible, and who wants to slave in the kitchen for hours while friends and family are outside splashing around in the pool or enjoying sundowners.

Chef Bernice’s easy lunchbox sweet treat _____________________________________   Capsicum Culinary Studio – South Africa’s largest chef school – has tasked its chef lecturers at their six campuses around the country to come up with delicious dishes for the whole family to enjoy. Chef Bernice Warner from the school’s Port...

A taste of the South African food culture

   We sneaked out for dinner that evening (normal for parents with toddlers) finding ourselves immersed in the energy of the Stellenbosch dining scene. The restaurant offers off street parking but you might want to park far away to take in the views and ambiance.