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Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 112 of Level 1, 20 January 2022

 

Thursday 20 January 2022, Day 112 of Level 1 😷

Corona Lockdown Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a day that did not start off well ending on such a high note; for a working morning, posting for my clients, for a Bakoven walk and preparing for an afternoon meeting; for good Utopia and Anatoli Status meetings; for finding Lello’s Deli in De Waterkant but not finding anything to buy; for a shop at Pick n Pay on Strand Street, shocked that the 500 g ProVita has jumped in price from R39,99 to R49,99, a 25 % increase 😱😡; for a wonderful dinner at the home of John French Continue reading →

Gibson’s Gourmet Burgers Summer Pop-up Food Truck opens on Camps Bay Beachfront!

 

Ten days ago Restaurateur and Camps Bay resident Ian Halfon, co-owner of the Slick Group, opened a Gibson’s Gourmet Burgers Summer pop-up Food Truck inside the parking area of the Bay Hotel in Camps Bay, not only selling their well-known burgers but also delicious ice creams and milkshakes.

The Gibson’s Food Truck is located in the centre of the Camps Bay Beachfront, clients accessing the ordering hatch via steps leading up to a platform on the Victoria Road pavement. Continue reading →

De Vleispaleis Grillroom & Bar adds a Fine Meat Deli to its Restaurant, introduces R199 Set Menu!

 

On Saturday I had my second meal at De Vleispaleis on Dorp Street in Stellenbosch, having first dined at the Grillroom and Bar in December.

A number of changes have been made since then to the menu, a Fine Meat Deli has been introduced, and a 4-course R199 Set Menu launches on Thursday 1 April. Continue reading →

Rare Grill is a master at steaks in its Steak Master Class!

 

I was invited by Award-winning Rare Grill steak house owner Greg Bax to attend a Steak Master Class in a venue above his Kenilworth-based steak house on Monday evening. Not being sure of what to expect, other than excellent steaks which I had experienced after it was named the Best Steakhouse by Eat Out two years running, it turned out to be a fun, informal and educational evening, being taught how to buy the correct steak, how to age it, how to grill it, and which sauces to serve with it, paired with a selection of Quoin Rock wines.

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