Photography

If there are any aspiring food photographers interested in participating in a blogging project and contributing the odd guest post about an eatery only you know about… …please contact us here We will build those occasional guest posts we get, into a cluster of low tech, low maintenance websites. Turning them into an organic homegrown […]

When in Sussex

There is more to eating out than portions, price and covers. It should be an experience, an occasion. Something different. Yet something that that often gets lost in the rush  we are in. Sussex is known for its strong tradition of bonfire celebrations and its proud musical heritage. The county is home to the Brighton […]

Market stalls

  “Come and try our speciality! We are bringing our version of the ever so popular CURRYWURST to the Western Cape in South Africa served with our very own, unique Wurst Express CURRYSAUCE. It is a grilled Bratwurst, served sliced with our Wurst Express Currysauce and sprinkled with curry powder which adds to the magic. […]

2 Good Cooks

Mutton or lamb rogan josh originated in the Kashmir region of India where it is made with whole spices. The lamb, mutton or goat meat is stewed for a couple of hours with the spices including cockscomb which gives the curry its trademark red colour.

Confusing

Well now travelling on the garden route is something that I’ve done about as much of as a person can. It’s an unusual place, beautiful in a way that few places are. Years ago I cycled the old seven passes road, took a heavy old clunker bicycle up the montague pass and found the Herold […]

Little things

So, I have now been exploring the various restaurants in and around Knysna for a while. A good few weeks. Still a way to go and I haven’t even begun my look at the guest houses. There are some amazing places to eat in knysna and I look forward to trying out the hotel restaurants. […]

Cuban inspired

We offer a wide selection of healthy, light meals including this Goats Cheese Salad with roasted tomato, beetroot and marinated cucumber. NV-80 offers guests intimate indoor dining, an alfresco balcony for sundowners and a chic centre bar, giving one a sense that is far removed from its shopping centre location. It’s a Cuba meets vintage […]

The Table

Go for great pizzas, superb salads (you must try the carrot & beetroot and the spicy Thai) and a fantastically warm and vibrant atmosphere. They have a brilliant kiddies’ play area and on Tuesday’s your kids can make their own pizzas. On Wednesdays and Fridays you can also indulge in R12 glasses of wine – […]

Taste of Palestine

We travelled up to London by train and after we got everything sorted out at the Embassy we went looking for a late breakfast. Despite reservations, I have learnt not to argue when she is hungry. So I allowed myself to be steered towards a table in what at first appeared to be a traditional […]

Bistro at Bitou

In the village of Storms River, South Africa is The Bistro at Bitou…breakfasts, lunches and lots more in a lovely setting with fantastic mountain & forest views. The finest ingredients, great service and wonderful ambiance makes this a must visit spot! Hours Mon – Sun: 08:00 – 18:00 Culinary team Beverley and Carmen, our chef […]