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A love letter to La Colombe

Perfection. Easy to convey in a photograph, but slightly trickier when it comes to finding the right words. Bear with me while I try. Despite my better judgement – and historical evidence…

Classic High Tea at the Cellars-Hohenhort

Is there a better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than sipping on MCC and enjoying sweet treats in the heart of green Constantia? I think the answer is a firm “no”,…

Exceptional French fare at Bobo’s Brasserie

This past weekend we braved the city’s blustery weather and headed to Mouille Point to try the latest addition to the Kove Collection – Bobo’s Brasserie. Having thoroughly investigated their menu beforehand,…

A dream of a dress

I first saw this dress a few months ago on Instagram, quite literally hot-off-the-runway, and knew I had to make it mine. It turns out, quite a few people had the same…

Zenzero’s summer lunch menu

On a recent, overcast Sunday, we took a drive to Zenzero in Camps Bay to try their latest summer lunch menu. With a chill in the are and drizzle threatening, we laughed…

A review of Radisson RED Cape Town

While every hotel visit is cause for a little excitement, the launch of a new kid on the block is a reason to put a particularly large note in the diary. So,…

Feasting at Foxcroft

We have been so enamoured with Foxcroft’s pastry selection and bounty of sweet treats, their actual restaurant offering might have slipped our mind. Unforgivable, giving that they celebrate their first birth next…

Lunch at The Stack

I have a bit of history with The Stack, so when we were invited to their brasserie for a meal, I jumped at the opportunity. Let me explain. Back in my PR…

Winter glam

Winter is not really my season. Yes, I have a coat I quite like and a few pairs of tights to see my through until September, but I just find the selection…

Aquila Private Game Reserve

It’s been no secret that I’ve never been to a game reserve before. Never seeing any of the animals, experienced a safari, nothing. While chatting to a Johannesburg colleague about my jealousy…