Zest Restaurant has launched its five course Summer Tasting Menu, at R295. A bread, butter and tomato jam course is a sixth bonus course. It is available from Mondays – Thursdays for Lunch and Dinner.
The Restaurant offers a five course Vegetarian menu too, at R245.
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The fact that a large number of film permits have been issued for film productions in Cape Town in the 2021/2022 summer months is excellent news in itself, reflecting the recovery of the Cape Town film industry.
But that Mission Impossible 8 is to be filmed in and around Cape Town (and Durban) next month is even more amazing news for the economy of the Cape, and for its reputation as a film location and tourist destination!
To aid the film industry in the Western Cape, the provincial investment and marketing agency Wesgro will be marketing the Cape as a film production destination at a number of festivals. Continue reading →
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 →
The Sweet Service Award goes to Camps Bay Hardware and its owner Jared Stein, who organised and delivered to my home a tap I needed for the water supply to my pool within one hour of enquiring about it, an item he had to collect from elsewhere. His service is community-driven, and always fantastic. Continue reading →