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  • Southern Fried Chicken

    The UK-originated brand Southern Fried Chicken is expanding to South Africa, with its first store having opened its doors at 9 Long Street. Famous for using “real chicken” and a policy of preparing “good, honest” chicken, the local brand offers a real, juicy alternative to over-priced, oily, and dry cuts often on offer. What sets […]

  • Tiger’s Milk

    With 5 venues in Cape Town, Tiger’s Milk is offering delicious food to Capetonians in Stellenbosch, Century City, Claremont, Long Street and Muizenberg. Serving generous portions of all your favourites, it won’t be long before we see more branches opening up in the city. The burger menu at Tiger’s Milk is impressive. With so many […]

  • Addis in Cape

    Addis in Cape provides you with a unique dining experience right in the heart of Cape Town. We strive to showcase Ethiopia’s rich history and traditions and have gone to great lengths to ensure your dining experience is as authentically Ethiopian as possible. From the traditional furnishings and the classic Ethiopian coffee ceremony to the […]

  • The White Room

    The White Room, open every Thursday night, can hold up to 24 people. The menu changes every few months and each dish on the menu is an experience on its own. On the centre of each table is an info card that first tells you how to eat each course, then once you’ve tasted it […]

  • Dear Me Food World

    Dear Me Restaurant Our food is simple and honest and saturated with love and respect. We believe in staying true to the integrity of our ingredients by respecting the produce used. We celebrate local seasonal produce and we only use the freshest and highest quality ingredients. We are dedicated to artisanal principles and prepare our […]

  • Tjing Tjing Roof Top Bar

    Tjing Tjing is a unique, urban rooftop bar located in the Cape Town CBD adjacent to Long Street. You will find the bar above the Dear Me restaurant situated in an almost 200 year old building. Enveloped in the wooden mansards of the old attic is an eclectic mix of new and old, local and […]