Cape Town


Atlantic House

Want a getaway that actually feels like a getaway? Atlantic House may be just the place for you. Lying right between Table Mountain and…


District Six Museum

Up until the 1970s, District Six was home to almost a tenth of the city of Cape Town’s population. In 1965, the apartheid government,…



Matte, muted and pops of color could take some traditional sensibilities by surprise, but if done tastefully, they could bring out more life to…


La Colombe

Voted as one of the top 50 restaurants in the world by San Pellegrino Restaurant Awards, La Colombe, headed by Luke Dale-Roberts is an…


Blues Restaurant & Bar

Blues Restaurant & Bar opened its doors in 1987 and has become the icon of the ultra-trendy Camps Bay. Blues is the most beautiful…


Africa Cafe

Tourist-oriented Cape Town is so distinctly European that it’s all too possible to forget its roots. So head to the Africa Café set in…


Cafe Caprice

The menu has remained mostly unchanged, but why mess with a good thing? The dishes that earned the restaurant its loyal following are still…


Four Rosmead

Built in 1903, Four Rosmead is a classified monument that has been sensitively and stylishly re-modelled. The result is a Cape contemporary classic with…


Cape Town Contemporary

Cape Town overwhelms your senses, a city built around its astonishing geography — the winding roads, pastel-colored houses, highest peaks, the twelve apostles standing as guardians, the ocean stretching and curving like a necklace. You can look up and around at any moment and you are just blown over yet again.