Cocktails in the City: Fun Festive Fusions with Inverroche Gin

Great cocktails now only basically need Inverroche Gin as a base, and your own willingness to bastardise fine booze by being your own experimental mixologist during the festive season.

Drink up these few visuals of my (rather plentiful) libations…

Culinary Quest: High Tea at Charly’s Bakery

If you’re like me, hunkered in at home and craving the indulgent opulence of a decadent Afternoon Tea, then order in the experience from the comfort of home.
Charly’s Bakery now has a bountiful High Tea boxed beautifully. Perfect for 2 (but an excess of storable pleasure for 1 too) the High Tea menu is incredible in its diverse and inclusive offerings.

Culinary Quest: The Secreted Away Pajamas & Jam Eatery

Its soundtrack is murmurs, and its look has the charming finish of an editorial draw, while its flavours meld humble peasant dishes with pleasant technical culinary expertise and powerful contemporary plating.

Welcome to Pajamas & Jam Eatery!

Solo Winter: A Cape Town Sunday Funday Guide

From “where to sleep?”, to “where to eat?”, and “where to shop?” …Winter for One can be a quiet & dull time as archetypal Summer activities dwindle & the people around you pair up for Fall cuddles.
However, you can have a wonderful Solo #SundayFunday if you plan it right.

Ready to eat and chill your way around Cape Town?

Paris Foodie Escapades: Chez Ribe Review

Tired of pushing through crowds around the Eiffel, or walking through the burning heat?

Chez Ribe is a convenient stop-over near the Invalides, where you can stay within your daily budget, with a value-for-money seated lunch somewhere cool, clean and interesting.