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  • Prep’ed by Sasha Catering

    “Sasha and her team cook with soul. They create boldly flavoured and deeply satisfying dishes.” Prep’ed by Sasha is a Johannesburg based catering company that loves all things food and food related. A catering company that prides itself on building bespoke menus for events that encompass the clients’ food loves, expression and budget. With fashionable, fresh […] More

  • Spending a Night at Radisson Blu Sandton

    Last year, we spend a couple of days in the Kruger National Park chasing after the BIG FIVE. After several game drives and much success, we were heading back to Cape Town and needed a place to stay before catching a flight the following morning. Radisson Blu were kind enough to invite us over to […] More

  • Fresh at Doppio Zero

    With summer already literally on our doorstep, there’s no time like the present to jump back onto the healthy bandwagon. Luckily, Doppio Zero have stepped up to the plate (oh, how we love a pun) and are making healthy eating fresh and easy. Enter the Doppio Zero Fresh 2017 menu – a kickstart menu available […] More

  • Ooh Box Delivery Review

    Presents are the best. But waiting for your birthday to get one is no fun. That’s why we should buy them for ourselves. Ooh Box Delivery Review “Join and get boutique wines, artisanal delicacies and foodie must-haves delivered to your door for that once-a-month deserved spoil.” The OOH Box is a monthly national service that […] More

  • Piza E Vino Melville

    PIZA E VINO MELVILLE REVIEW Once the bohemian capital of the city, Melville has once again stolen the hearts of locals and visitors alike, with its cultural spirit, vibrant nightlife, charming shops, cafes and bars lining the streets, crowds spilling out at all hours of the day. Situated in the most exciting, buzzed about suburb […] More

  • Granita Restaurant at Kievits Kroon Review

    Written by Andrew Alexander During our stay at Kievitskroon, dinner was booked at their signature restaurant, Granita. The restaurant has a very clean look to it. Cream walls adorned with various artwork, wooden ceiling to create a warm ambiance, comfortable chairs and white tablecloths. It definitely has a formal feel to it but not at […] More

  • Staying at Kievits Kroon

    written by Andrew Alexander I spent the past weekend with my fiancé at Kievits Kroon Estate and Spa, nestled about 10-15 minutes outside of Pretoria, or a comfortable 40 minutes from Midrand. Driving up to the estate, the area is very unassuming: beaten roads, large farm plots and an overall arid appearance. However, as soon […] More

  • Trabella Pizzeria with the Entertainer App

    Trabella Pizzeria with the Entertainer App Illovo is undoubtedly the hub of Johannesburg – especially for the younger crowd – with an awesome selection of bars and quaint, good quality restaurants. Recently, whenever I have visited the Griffin (one of the said awesome bars) I have had my eye on Trabella Pizzeria. I finally got around to […] More

  • Say hello to OrderIn

    Lazy people, drunk people, high – as in on a mountain, yo – people, people without a license, people who have hurt their foot and can’t drive, hungover people, and just anyone who likes using the internet to do something – REJOICE! There is a new food delivery service in town: Say hello to orderin.co.za It’s […] More

  • 4th Street Wine

    “Kayli, what are those on your desk?” “I dunno” “Have you tasted them yet?” “No, I’m scared” “Why?” “Because they look like fun… and hangover” Just after they first went to market, I was sent a whole bunch of 4th Street Wine 300ml bottles. As pretty as they are, I kinda just stared at them […] More

  • Ron Zacapa Launch

    “Hi, we’d like to invite you to the Ron Zacapa launch!” “Ron Za-who-ha?” “Ron Zacapa!” “Oh, ok cool, I love clothes!” “No, no no… It’s a type of rum.” “Lies” “It’s from Guatemala” “Lies.” “Just come to the launch” “Mkay” I toddled into Kloof Street House with zero expectation. I read that it was a […] More

  • Veggie Dinner Party

    I’ve never really understood “meat and potatoes” people. I eat both, but during the week I prefer to cook lighter meals using seasonal produce. (In other words if it’s cheaper at Woolies, it’s on my dinner plate. Sorry asparagus, I miss you dearly.) So when a PR agency asked Foodblog Joburg to host a vegetarian […] More