Category: Reviews

August 22, 2017

Steyns Culinary School Review

“I wish my stove came with a Save As button like Word has. That way I could experiment with my cooking and not fear ruining my dinner.” – Jarod Kintz. Steyns Culinary School, situated in Hatfield, has a unique approach to cooking in that it wants to give anybody with a love of good food […]

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August 22, 2017

Villa San Giovanni Review

Tucked away in an unusual spot, Villa San Giovanni will transport you into a hidden world of fine dining. And with its surprising combination of formal dining on one side and informal feasting on the other, you can choose your mood for the evening. This family enterprise boasts with a consistent dining record of 30 […]

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August 22, 2017

The Wardrobe Guesthouse Review

Global, but local. Marike Schabort fused the elegance of the Brooklyn suburb with Moroccan flair to create a colour, modern yet homey, relaxed bed & breakfast. The Wardrobe is open for almost a year now and this family venture took an average house and made it extravagant. Everything foreign you see in this place is […]

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August 22, 2017

Camdeboo Spa Review

Mother’s Day is the perfect excuse to indulge in some pampering! And what better way to spoil your mom, than a visit to a spa. Show your appreciation for all her hard work, by treating her to a day of delight, and just to make sure she’s okay join her as well. Camdeboo Spa situated […]

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August 22, 2017

Love Bitez Review

Walking into Love Bitez, you might feel like you have mistakenly bumped into a giant cupcake’s icing. The interior is an array of bright colours – pink, orange, red, yellow all bursting out to greet you. Yet the colourful collection is grounded with a pristine white backdrop. This is the perfect little café to take […]

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August 22, 2017

Kimiad Golf Course Review

We are definitely spoilt with the amount of nature we have access to in our city! For the man with the bush in his heart, escape to the Kimiad Golf Course for a diverse outing. Choose between a round of golf on the 15-hole mashie course, or hit a few balls for leisure on the […]

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August 22, 2017

Karoo Cattle and Land Review

Karoo Cattle and Land is a restaurant serious about quality food and service, they pride themselves in being the “Home of Fresh Food”. You will walk away feeling spoilt, and probably with a little bit of a tummy ache from enjoying the experience too much! The perfect balance is created between formal and informal, earthy […]

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August 22, 2017

Ga Rouge Review

Take a leisurely drive to the outskirts of town and enjoy a breakaway experience at Ga Rouge. Situated just off the Brakfontein off-ramp, it is easily accessible from the highway. Nestled on the edge of the Candlewoods estate, this Heritage Site is neither boring nor ancient. The house was originally built in 1895 and in […]

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August 22, 2017

Josephine’s Tea Room Review

Situated in the prestigious neighbourhood of Silverlakes, Josephine’s Tearoom has become a much loved scene for a stylish cup of tea and a moment of refreshment. Recently under new management, the quaint little shop has been revamped into an even more delightful experience. Boasting now with a more extensive menu, a lunch stop-over is more […]

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August 22, 2017

Lombardy Estate Review

On the edge of Pretoria East, rests an expansive estate with rolling green hills and world-class, five star hospitality facilities. This venue caters for weddings, corporate events as well as private leisure. Walking up to the main entrance, past the perfectly trimmed garden setting and bubbling fountain, the sensation of pure luxury enfolds you. Yet […]

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