Eating Out

Eating out this Christmas in Cape Town

Christmas in Cape Town

The time to eat, drink and be merry has arrived. Diets are pushed aside and culinary skills are put to the ultimate test as your mother-in-law peers over your shoulder whilst you stuff the Turkey. However if you prefer not be stuck in the kitchen this Christmas we have compiled a list of establishments that still have space available to devour you favourite Christmas fare. From all of us at What’s Up Cape Town, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a very happy, prosperous New Year! December 24th 2012 – Christmas Eve Christmas Eve at Nobu Cape Town with indulgent and mesmerising dish such as Sake Roast Whitefish with Jalapeno or the Chocolate Bento Box; a dark chocolate fondant with green tea ice cream and a sesame seed tuile to                  

About Cape Town

Experience Cape Town…

Experience CApe Town as a local

In the words of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, “God did something very special when he created Cape Town. This city where the currents of two oceans meet is the entry to a beautiful continent and her people” Cape Town, affectionately referred to as The Mother City, the heart of which beats with an abundance of creativity, beauty, cultural diversity, vibrancy and mere magic. Capetonians are an eccentric and eclectic mix, from chaps busking, chatty flower sellers, live land art performers, babes on the beaches, minstrels, to the businessman with his take-away coffee strolling to work… everyone is a unique puzzle piece that all slot in perfectly together to form one colourful unit. Here is our guide to experiencing the city of Cape                  

Coffee & Roasteries

Coffee in Cape Town

Coffee in Cape Town

Four years in, I’ve realized that living in Cape Town is like being the popular kid in high school: you know about every big and backdoor party going on the in the city and you’re invited to all of them.So we’re bringing you the keys to the kingdom – every hotspot not included in travel guides and Cape Town tours, every sultry secret you may be missing out on in The Mothercity. Let’s start with the caffeine culture, because coffee dates should be about more than just the coffee… Crespella, in Observatory, is the cosy hide-out of an award-winning crepe. This intimate, bohemian venue of absurdly reasonable prices, boasts my favourite Nutella, banana and crème crepe and the service of so endearing a shopkeeper, that you feel like