Category: Dining Out

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The Club – The Heart of Hazelwood

October 9, 2019, Author: renate

South Africans’ increasingly stressful, time-starved lifestyle has created a growing demand for convenient solutions and positive shopping experiences and The Club ticks all the right boxes. The Club, situated in the Old East Precinct in Hazelwood, is an upmarket lifestyle shopping centre that offers open-air […]

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“Meat” you at Pretoria’s Boutique Butcher!

October 3, 2019, Author: bianca

Contrary to what you believe a butchery should be, The Meatsmith is full of surprises with a quaint restaurant section and delicious homemade treats like biltong fudge! We like to describe The Meatsmith as Pretoria’s very own boutique butchery. Located at Queenswood Quarter, it is […]

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PortuGalo – From Porto to Pretoria

October 3, 2019, Author: bianca

Plates and plates of Portuguese passion One of Brooklyn Square’s latest additions on the restaurant front is PortuGalo – an eatery that transports you to tapas-filled tables in Portugal’s cobblestone villages in no time. The restaurant – just across from Tashas, where TriBeCa used to […]

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Spicy Celebrations at The Raj

October 2, 2019, Author: bianca

Among everything that still needs to happen before December, the Raj Indian Restaurant makes your year-end and Christmas party planning a breeze. Located at Sun International’s acclaimed Time Square Casino, The Raj boasts the perfect setting for any celebration. Just off the N1, there is […]

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Stop and Refuel at No 23 on Rubenstein

September 6, 2019, Author: bianca

Just past the Moreleta Park Nature Reserve lies No 23 on Rubenstein, an exciting new addition to Pretoria and sister-restaurant to the popular 23 on Hazelwood. The feel is fresh and clean, with purple couches, mustard-coloured scatters and white ceilings and their divine baked goods […]

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Battle of the Chefs

September 1, 2019, Author: bianca

Girls High Spring Fair Pretoria High School for Girls celebrates 100 years of fundraising with a Battle of the Chefs event at their annual Spring Fair this year. Pretoria Girls’ High (established in 1902) began a major fundraising campaign towards the end of World War […]

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Brunch Street – The new breakfast spot

September 1, 2019, Author: bianca

Breakfast, books and bricks Between colourfully painted walls, plant boxes and the aromas of freshly brewed coffee, a new breakfast spot has recently opened, and we just couldn’t resist. Brunch Street, a sister-restaurant (and next-door neighbour) of Culture Club de Tapas at The Village in […]

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A feast for the senses

August 7, 2019, Author: bianca

Appetite Fest is back, and we’ve got the ticket breakdown right here for you that you don’t need to waste time on figuring out which ticket to buy. Get yours before it’s sold out! General Access: R60 – R450 Experience the Appetite Fest when you […]

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CLOSED. Challenge Accepted!

August 1, 2019, Author: bianca

Sehnor Peri Peri There’s a brightly coloured peri peri shop at the Jeanlen Centre, Centurion where you can splash on spice. What started out as a unique sauce made from the famous Bird’s Eye Chili evolved into something much bigger than Senhor Jorge could ever […]

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Chefs and their Spices

July 2, 2019, Author: bianca

The real deal If you’re looking for a real authentic treat when it comes to Indian cuisine, The Raj has got it all – from the spices to real-deal-chefs. The Raj’s secret seems to be exactly that: Authenticity. They have brought in chefs straight from […]