Karibu – April ’19

We have been to Karibu a few years and I distinctly remember going back for the bread rolls they were divine, so see they were on the list for Restaurant Week, we were excited.

Having arrived at Karibu, we were seated and handed the A la Carte Menu, I quickly advised that we were there for Restaurant Week and should it not have a different menu, after a lot boring back and forth and having numerous people involved, the issues was resolved. I felt so bad for the manager and staff as they haven’t been informed, but shame they were all very apologetic as well as the head chef, so after a “bumpy start” we were ready to get on our way.




CRAYFISH BISQUE – A creamy crayfish and tomato soup with Pernod.


BOBOTIE SPRINGROLLS – Bobotie springrolls lightly fried and served with chutney and banana and yoghurt.


SNOEK PÂTÉ – An exquisite experience of the Cape’s best – a traditional Cape fish pâté, with crostini or roosterkoek.


OSTRICH FILLET – From the Karoo – healthy, lean and tasty – grilled and served with a sweet onion marmalade sauce.


KAROO LAMB BREDIE – A succulent Karoo lamb stew served with savoury or basmati rice – a recipe handed down from generation to generation.


CHICKEN SCHNITZEL – Juicy crumbed chicken fillet, pan-fried to perfection and served with a mushroom sauce and potato wedges or savoury rice.


VEGAN BOBOTIE (V) – A traditional South African dish made the vegan way with a combination of Cape Malay spices, lentils and fruity chutney, topped with a coconut turmeric cream and baked to perfection.


V & A CRÈME BRÛLÉE – A Karibu speciality infused with Amarula and topped with caramelized berries.


ICE CREAM & HOT CHOCOLATE SAUCE – Vanilla ice cream topped with our Karibu caramel chocolate sauce.


MILKTART – An old family recipe – cinnamon infused custard tart.

The starters were delicious with a capital D, we choose the Crayfish Bisque and the Bobotie Springrolls.

The ostrich fillet was cooked to perfection, very succulent and the marmalade sauce was the perfect accompaniment.

That Chicken Schnitzel with the mushroom sauce definitely made my Top 10 list of best Chicken Schnitzel’s.

Desserts were the Crème Brulee and Milktart, both yummy in their own right.

All in all, after a bumpy start Karibu’s food and team redeemed themselves, well done!

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Name: Karibu

Address: Shop 156, The Wharf Centre, V&A Waterfront, Victoria Wharf, Cape Town Central

Telephone Number: +27 21 421 7005/6

Email Address: kariburestaurant@mweb.co.za

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 11:00am – 23:00pm

Written for JAR Photography by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR Photography by Jason ‘Dubbz’ Petersen

Happy Chappies… De Grendel Restaurant – Apr ‘19

Having very rarely venturing into the Plattekloof area, we were pleasantly surprised at De Grendel Wine Estate. We have had the pleasure of sampling their wines on occasion but never visited the farm.

The main dining room is a lot more formal but the waitstaff and views make up for that. Let me just say there is nothing wrong with formal and they do it well. For a more relaxed atmosphere the bustling tasting room would do the trick and if the number of guests at both tasting room and the restaurant is anything to go by, they do both well.

Our friendly and very knowledgeable waiter Fiona was always n hand to guide and advise. Their bread course even though just a slice person, I would have happily bought a loaf.

The Prawn dish with Smokey tomatoes was a winner as well as the Beef Fillet.

The portion were quite generous and sadly we were to full to even sample the dessert.

We also tried the Amandelboord Pinotage 2017 and the award winning Rubaiyat 2015 our favourite between the two was the Pinotage.

Being a stickler for a pretty bottle I had to sample the Three Spades Cider. I am not a cider drinker but this one was incredibly smooth and the first cider I managed to finish, perhaps it was the five varietals of apples used to produce this one.

All in all, we enjoyed the visit and will go back, I would however suggest that the staff explaining your dishes try a little harder than simply reading from the menu, other than that a good time was had.

Restaurant Week Special

18 April – 5 May 2019


Shitake | King Oyster | Shimeji | Arborio | Asparagus | Artichoke


Prawn | Squid | Tomato | Puff | Rocket | Basil | Lemon | Tarragon


Sous Vide Free-Range Chicken | Pea Tortellini | Chardonnay Velouté | Courgette


Beef Fillet | Oxtail | Marrow | Broccolini Pearl Onion | Potato | Peppercorn


Poppy Seed | Lemon | Frozen Yoghurt | Mascarpone | Pecan Nut | Marshmallow


Valrhona Aero | Nutella Mousse | Lime | Banana Brûlée | Hazelnut

2-Course Lunch: R300

3-Course Dinner: R400

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Name: De Grendel Restaurant

Address: De Grendel Wine Estate, Plattekloof Road, Panorama, Cape Town, 7500

Telephone Number: +27 21 558 7035

Email Address: restaurant@degrendel.co.za

Opening Hours:


  • Closed

Tuesday – Saturday

  • Lunch: 12:00 to 14:30
  • Dinner: 18:30 to 21:30


  • Lunch: 12:00 to 14:30

Written for JAR Photography by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR Photography by Jason ‘Dubbz’ Petersen

Bountiful Feast – Liberty’s Restaurant at Upper East Side Hotel – Apr ‘19

Having seen the restaurant was situated in Salt River, I must be honest we were a bit apprehensive, as we haven’t really ventured into Salt River. We were however pleasantly surprised; Liberty’s Restaurant is situated inside the Upper East Side Hotel in Brickfield Road.

The hotel is right and the end of the road and adjacent to an Atrium with little stores including a salon and Bootleggers.

The restaurant was full and when we asked about the Restaurant and Hotel were advised it’s been operational for at least 10 years, “hidden gem’ alert.

Dinner menu

R300 per head plus a complementary glass of wine


Edamame beans

Spicy soy dressing

Cape Malay spiced smoked snoek samoosas

Homemade mango chutney, smoke snoek pate

Sriracha roasted Buffalo wings

Gorgonzola dip & celery

Pan fried baby calamari tubes

Thai spiced chilli & lime dressing, Wasabi mayo

Pea, Chevin & bacon Risotto

Grana Padano & fresh thyme

Caramelized cider braised pork belly

Vermont maple, apple gel, puffed crackling


Grilled chicken supreme

Roasted onion & thyme puree, baby vegetables, honey jus

Seafood bisque risotto

Pan fried baby calamari, prawns & line fish with a brandy bisque cream & lemon zest

Teriyaki braised beef short rib

Wasabi mayo, crisped kale, roasted baby onion, sweet potato puree & teriyaki jus

Garlic & chilli grilled prawn linguini

Sun dried tomato & coriander pesto, confit Rosa tomatoes & Grana Padano

Sweet potato & butternut gnocchi

Pan fried with sage butter, Quattro Formaggi sauce

Pan roasted cauliflower

Onion Soubise, roasted onion flakes, sweet charred shallots, baby leeks & leek ash


Chocolate Nemesis

Miso, sea salt & white chocolate mousse, Oreo sable

Lemon curd crème brulee tart

Lemon syrup, lemon Chantilly, caramelized pistachios

Nutella & Oreo baked cheesecake

Hazelnut praline, sea salt & caramel mousse

Coconut & cardamom panna cotta

Mango, lime & mint salsa

Chefs Tiramisu

Light and fluffy mascarpone, Disaronno Amaretto, Espresso, Tonka bean and vanilla

Dark chocolate fondant

Hennessy & honey parfait, Espresso Anglaise

The portions sizes are generous to say the least, come hungry is the best advice I can give. The complimentary wine was also good, we choose the read ad white. The desserts oh my soul, that Tiramisu is one of the reasons I MUST go back, and I will start with dessert, just so I may finish it!

Well done Liberty’s Restaurant 4 stars from us.

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Name: Liberty’s Restaurant at Upper East Side Hotel

Address: 31 Brickfield Road, Woodstock, 7935 Cape Town

Telephone Number: +27 (0)21 404 0570

Email Address: Liberty’s@uppereastsidehotel.co.za

Opening Hours:

Written for JAR Photography by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR Photography by Jason ‘Dubbz’ Petersen

Food meets Arts – Skotnes Restaurant – Apr ’19

Having visited Skotnes Restaurant in 2018, when the Norval Foundation has just opened, we were excited to visit the establishment again.

We weren’t surprised to know that Skotnes Restaurant was recognised by Eat Out Readers as “Highly Commended” in the Best Everyday Eatery Awards 2018.

Named after legendary South African artist and teacher Cecil Skotnes, the restaurant is situated at the stunning Norval Foundation the centre for art and cultural expression.

The views from the restaurant overlooks the wetland and Sculpture Garden.

Executive Chef Phil de Villiers brings together locally sourced ingredients as well as food works of art.

Don’t you love when the waiter knows your name or remember you and what your ordered from that last visit and that was just want happened, the Birthday girl Sophie was excellent as usual.

The steady flow kept the kitchen staff busy, but you never felt as though you had to wait too long between courses.

The food was excellent as usual, and we will be back for the art,food and picnic basket option.

2-Course Lunch: R150 pp

3-Course Dinner: R250 pp


West Coast Mussels

leek lyonnaise | garlic | lemon foam


raw butternut juice | kapokbos smoked butternut puree | boerenkaas | sage

Pork Croquettes

soetmostert | pickled vegetables | apple


Beef Flat Rib

carrot puree | braised endive | mustard

Market Fish

samp | braaied corn ragout | broccoli | pomelo

Cauliflower “Wings”

basted in tandoori paste | Durban dhal curry | carrot | lemon pickle



bay leaf | maize upside-down cake | bay leaf custard | lemon tart ice cream

Turmeric Pavlova

cocoa mousse | ginger ice cream | toasted coconut

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Name: Skotnes Restaurant at Norval Foundation in Tokai

Address: 4 Steenberg Rd, Tokai, 7945 Cape Town

Telephone Number: +27 87 654 5902

Email Address: bookings@theskotnes.com

Opening Hours:

Weekdays (closed Tues)      

  • Breakfast:        08:00 – 11:00
  • Lunch:             12:00 – 15:00
  • Dinner:             18:00 – 22:30


  • Breakfast:        08:00 – 11:00
  • Lunch:             12:00 – 16:00
  • Dinner:             18:00 – 22:30


  • Breakfast & Lunch: 08:00 – 16:00
  • Dinner: Closed

Written for JAR Photography by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR Photography by Jason ‘Dubbz’ Petersen

Opulent Elegance – Lord Nelson Restaurant – Apr ‘19

Having never visited the Lord Nelson Restaurant, we were excited by the prospect, as we have already visited Planet Restaurant as well as having visited the Chef’s Table, which we have loved by the way.

What a start to our Restaurant Week journey, our host, waiter and all the staff at the Belmond Mount Nelson, made us feel extra special and the ambience and dishes were all top class.

We already planning our next visit and for R400 p/p you certainly will not be disappointed. Do yourself a favour and make your reservation today!




spicy raisins, fresh grapes, smoked date purée, almonds, labneh



rice cracker, seaweed puffed rice, carrot kimchi, miso cured egg yolk



curry leaf cream, masala roasted cauliflower, lime atchar, cauliflower leaves



fine beans, confit lamb neck, slow roasted tomato, caper olive salsa, lamb bacon



vanilla ice cream, almond tuile, raspberry coulis



Amarula ice cream

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Name: Lord Nelson Restaurant at the Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

Address: 76 Orange Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001 South

Telephone Number: +27 21 483 1000

Email Address: reservations.mnh@belmond.com

Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 18:30 – 10:30pm

Written for JAR Photography by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR Photography by Jason ‘Dubbz’ Petersen

Protégé Restaurant – January 2019

Chef Scot Kirton does it yet again, this time he has teamed up with Stephen Raaff and Protégé Restaurant was born.

Loved the casual feel and we absolutely loved the open feel of the restaurant. Having dined at LA COLOMBE ,  LA PETITE COLOMBE and  FOXCROFT and could not wait to see what PROTéGé had to offer.

The hostess, waiters were all very attentive and the food was good.

They offer two options of menu, The Chef’s Menu and the Small Plates Menu.


A selection of seven of the chef’s favourite dishes to share, available for the entire table only –
R495 p.p.



They do recommend ordering 3-4 savoury dishes and a dessert per person.


SOURDOUGH – Goats butter, olives & biltong – R35 p.p.

SALDANAH BAY OYSTERS – Asian Style – R28 each


EDAMAME BEANS – Sriracha, sesame – R70

MUSSELS – Chilli, lemongrass, ginger – R98

KOREAN FRIED CHICKEN – Coriander, buttermilk – R88

TATAKI & TARTARE – Avocado, chipotle, pork crackling – R135

SPICED SQUID – Chorizo, guacamole, cucumber, lime – R125

CURED TROUT – Hazelnut, verbena, horseradish, endive – R115

EAST COAST CRAYFISH – Cape Malay style – R350

ROTI – Braised lamb, herbs, pickles – R115

ONION TART – Goat’s cheese, caper, olive – R98

RISOTTO – Pea, mascarpone, quail eggs – R95

KERALA STYLE FRIED LINE FISH – Labneh, cucumber, pickles – R145

ASIAN BARBEQUE PORK BELLY & PRAWNS – Sugar snaps, kimchi, ginger,
corn, soy – R165

POTATO GNOCCHI – Gorgonzola, seasonal vegetables – R95

BEEF FILLET – Bone marrow, black pepper, carrot – R250


VANILLA PANNA COTTA – Macadamia, strawberry – R98

TERRINE – Chocolate & Peanut Butter – R98

LOCAL CHEESE’S – Preserves – R130

CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES – Protégé selection – R75

We really loved most of the dishes, the only one which really wasn’t a hit was the Korean Fried Chicken perhaps instead of the drumsticks, strips would be better.

Hands down best dish was the Edamame Beans, loved that!!!

See full album HERE

Name : Protégé Restaurant

Address : Le Quartier Français, Franschhoek

Telephone : (021) 224 – 0801 

E-mail us : reservations@protegerestaurant.co.za

Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Jason “Dubbz” Petersen

The Athletic Club and Social – January 2019

What pleasure this was…certainly a good place to visit after work on a lazy Thursday evening. We arrived a little early and was shown to the upstairs bar area to enjoy a refreshing drink before we commence with dinner.

For an establishment which only opened its doors at the end of November, they certainly were busy. An eclectic mix of Greek, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern Cuisine, there is something for everyone, and I personally loved the large selection of vegetarian options.

The idea is to order a few options from the too share menu and then select your protein, but we just did our own thing and they didn’t frown upon it.

From a menu we choose the following dishes.


TAHINI CAULIFLOWER (V) – Baharat spice, herby lemon dressing, hummus, almonds slithers – R 95

FIRE ROASTED BABY GEM LETTUCE – parmesan, white anchovy, capers, lemon vinaigrette – R 85



100 grams per portion

ROASTED LAMB SHOULDER WITH PITA – tzatziki, tomato, cured onion – R105 100g / R175 200g

CHICKEN THIGHS WITH PITA – carrot hummus, tomato, cured onion – R95 100g / R165 200g



Its very hard to decide on a clear favourite, everything was amazing, even the Sardines which is not my favourite but one of Jason’s and according to him one of the best…

We were not surprised to find out who the chef was part of the Springbok Team, they have some serious skills with the open flames. The portions are large, very good value for money. Presentation of each dish was impeccable.

The bar has a very large selection of whiskey and of course no whiskey bar would be complete without a cigar selection and they have that box ticked too. I must add they have some yummy cocktails and I already have a favourite “The Diamond Ring”, because after all, “diamonds are a girl’s best friend.”

Waitstaff, Managers and Hostess were all very attentive and you felt looked after even though the restaurant was filled.

We already planning our next visit, hope you will too…Let us know what your thoughts are.

See full album HERE

Name: The Athletic Club and Social

Address: 35 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town

Phone: 021-012-5331

Email: info@theathletic.co.za

Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Jason “Dubbz” Petersen

Riverine Rabbit – January 2019

Chef Ash Heeger, has done an amazing job with this new venture of her’s. Having visited Ash Restaurant previously, we were excited to see what had been tossed and what had stayed.

Everything is new, the space is fresher and more open, loved the furniture!!!! The food, oh my word, I have no words…superb, amazing, tasty, appetizing, scrumptious, yummy, luscious, delectable, mouth-watering all of that and a whole lot more.

You literally didn’t want to finish any dish, everything was delicious. Watching Chef Ash and her team meticulously produce plate after plate of excellence was again like watching a orchestra perform and as the audience the ‘music’ was 5 star.

We would highly recommend a visit to Riverine Rabbit, you WILL NOT be disappointed.

They have three menu option to choose from

3 Course Menu

Full Tasting Menu

Reduced Tasting Menu

They also offer Vegetarian & Pescatarian options as well.



R650 / Wine Pairing R475



Dressed Oyster | Buttermilk. Citrus. Fennel

Klein Constantia MCC Brut


Burnt Leeks | Butter. Hazelnut. Lemon. Wheat

Catherine Marshall Chenin Blanc


Sweetbreads | Butter. Capers. Onion. Lemon

Lothian Riesling


Linefish | Mussel. Kombu. Bonito. Garlic. Greens

Klein Constantia Metis Sauvignon Blanc


Spiced Duck | Vadouvan. Onion. Apricot. Mushroom. Hazelnut

Catherine Marshall Pinot Noir


Venison & Cabbage | Red Cabbage. Raisins. Leaves

Almenkerk Syrah


Milk & Honey | Honey. Milk. Almond

Waterford Heatherleigh


Summer Pudding | Berries. Vanilla. Cream

Buitenverwachting 1769




See full album HERE

Name : Riverine Rabbit

Address : 81 Church Street, Cape Town, 8000

Telephone : (021) 424 7204 

E-mail us : info@riverinerabbit.com

Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by René Mesias-Petersen Photography for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Jason “Dubbz” Petersen

What a start…2019

We hit the road running in 2019 and if the first 16 days was anything to go by we in for a treat…

Have a look at the places we were blessed to be able to visit recently.

Overture Restuarant at Hidden Valley

Idiom Restaurant in Stellenbosch

Marigold Restaurant in Franschhoek

We have to obviously make mention of visiting Waterkloof Restaurant at the end of 2018 and one could easily see why they ranked Number One in SA.

Looking forward to see what 2019 will bring.

Compliments of the season to you and best wishes for 2019.


2018 the year that was…

As we get ready to ring in 2019, lets reflect on the year that was 2018.

For us a JAR Photography we are truly blessed to be able to turn a hobby into a business and then spread the blessings to those less fortunate.

This year we had our second Fundraiser and successfully raised funds for all three beneficiaries. Its both an honour and privilege to be able to touch the lives of both young and old by way of this page.

There were so many new places we visited, some exceeded our expectations like Le Petit Manoir in Franschhoek and The Last Word – Long Beach ; definite top class in the full experience, lots personal touches which they do well, makes one feel valued.

Then of course our favourites, year in year out, they just do it “right” which is why we will continue to support them:

We’ve been lucky enough to have visited several Restaurants on the 2018 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards nominee’s:

1. The Restaurant at Waterkloof (Somerset West)  ✔

2. The Test Kitchen (Woodstock, Cape Town) ✔

3. La Colombe (Constantia, Cape Town)                 ✔

4. Wolfgat (Paternoster, West Coast)

5. La Petite Colombe (Franschhoek)                        ✔

6. Greenhouse at Cellars-Hohenort (Constantia, Cape Town)        ✔

7. Restaurant Mosaic at The Orient (Elandsfontein, Pretoria)

8. Camphor’s at Vergelegen (Somerset West)

9. Jardine Restaurant (Stellenbosch)                                ✔     

10. Chefs Warehouse at Beau Constantia (Constantia, Cape Town)       ✔ 

11. Fermier Restaurant (Die Wilgers, Pretoria)

12. Jordan Restaurant (Stellenbosch)

13. Foliage (Franschhoek)

14. Le Coin Français (Franschhoek)

15. The Chefs’ Table (Umhlanga, Durban)

16. Chefs Warehouse at Maison (Franschhoek)

17. La Tête (City Bowl, Cape Town)                          ✔

18. Overture (Stellenbosch)

19. The Shortmarket Club (City Bowl, Cape Town)                   ✔ 

20. The Pot Luck Club (Woodstock, Cape Town)                   ✔

The highlight being that we secured a booking at The Restaurant at Waterkloof weeks before the awards and when they won, we were so excited, and they certainly didn’t disappoint. What an experience! Worthy of the No 1 spot!

The year we also got to enjoy a few nights at the One and Only Hotel Cape Town and can I just say, I always knew they we great, I mean they are the choice of many a famous person. We visited all the restaurants and spent a day at the spa, total bliss, for 48 hours we felt like someone famous 😉

Deciding on our TOP 10 for 2018, wasn’t easy, so we have a bit more than 10….

•        Tinstwalo Atlantic

•        La Tete

•        Reubens at the One & Only

•        Nobu at the One & Only

•        Janse & Co

•        La Colombe

•        Upper Bloem

•        The Granary – Silo Hotel

•        Makaron Restaurant at Majeka House

•        Greenhouse – RW

•        Le Petite Manoir Restaurant

•        Chef’s Table at the Mont Nelson Hotel – RW

•        Buitenverwachting – RW

•        Waterkloof Restaurant

•        Idiom Tasting Room

Below is a list and some links to all the Restaurants visited in 2018

1.       Lapo’s Kitchen

2.       Tinstwalo Atlantic

3.       Reubens and Mulderbosch – Chef and the Vine

4.       Reubens and Graham Beck – Chef and the Vine

5.       Italian Kitchen – Tokai

6.       Salt – Kalk Bay

7.       CWWU – Braaimaster at Lagoon Beach

8.       Basilico – Steenberg

9.       La Tete

10.     Nest Deli – Constantia Glen

11.     Lily’s Restaurant

12.     Morgenster – Olive and Olive Oil Tasting

13.     Sauvage Franschhoek and Eikendal – Wine Dinner

14.     Easter Feast at One & Only CT

15.     Reubens One & Only – A La Carte Menu

16.     Reubens and Mariaane Wines – Chef and the Vine

17.     Stacked Diner

18.     The Deckhouse

19.     Racine Restaurant & Chamonix Wines

20.     Old Mac Daddy

21.     La Tete and Spioenkop Wines – Wine Dinner

22.     Copper Club Eatery

23.     Quentin at Oakhurst – Restaurant Week (RW)

24.     Dash Restaurant – RW

25.     Roast & Co – RW

26.     Burger and Lobster – RW

27.     126 Cape Kitchen – RW

28.     Ben Wei – RW

29.     Myoga – RW

30.     Reubens and Delaire Graff Wines – Chef and the Wine

31.     Reubens One & Only – RW

32.     Mink & Trout – RW

33.     Janse & Co

34.     Racine – Mother’s Day

35.     CWWU – Wild Fig Restaurant

36.     La Colombe

37.     Upper Bloem

38.     Primal Eatery

39.     Conservatory – Cellars Hohenort

40.     Reubens and Morgenhof – Chef and the Vine

41.     The Granary – Silo Hotel

42.     La Tete and Fable Mountain – Wine Dinner

43.     Azure Restaurant – 12 Apostles

44.     Bacon on Bree

45.     Ginja Restaurant

46.     Catharina’s Restaurant

47.     Sauvage Restaurant and Domaine Des Dieux Wine – Wine Dinner

48.     Reubens and Avondale Wines – Chef and the Vine

49.     Escapé Restaurant

50.     Firefish Restaurant

51.     Makaron Restaurant at Majeka House

52.     Azure Restaurant – 12 Apostles

53.     Reubens Christmas in July

54.     Nobu – RW

55.     Greenhouse – RW

56.     Reubens and Springfield Wines – Chef and the Vine

57.     Haute Cabriere – RW

58.     Sauvage Restaurant and Nicholas Van Der Merwe Wine – Wine Dinner

59.     CWWU – Fork Diner with Alto Wines

60.     Miko Restaurant as Mont Rochelle

61.     Last Word Long Beach

62.     Aquila Safari

63.     Marigold Restaurant

64.     Le Petite Manoir Restaurant

65.     La Tete – Bot River Takeover

66.     Reubens and Jordan Wines – Chef and the Vine

67.     Sauvage Restaurant and Maastricht Wine – Wine Dinner

68.     Foxcroft Sunday Supper Club

69.     Ready, Steady Rum – Tobago’s Radisson Blue

70.     Zeitch Mocca Food

71.     The Square Restaurant and Migliarina Wines – Wine Dinner

72.     La Mouette – Winter Menu

73.     The Skotness at Norval Foundation

74.     Reubens and Hamilton Russell Vineyards – Chef and the Vine

75.     De Drommedaris Beach House Collection La Baleine Paternoster

76.     Bistro Sixteen Eighty-Two

77.     Pot Luck Club

78.     Life Grand Café

79.     Belly of the Beast – RW

80.     Veuve Clicquot Spring Edition Brunch with Chef Claire Allen Roast & Co

81.     Chef’s Table at the Mont Nelson Hotel – RW

82.     Signal Restaurant at Cape Grace Hotel – RW

83.     Livebait – RW

84.     Azure at Twelve Apostles – RW

85.     95 on Park – RW

86.     Mink &Trout – RW

87.     Buitenverwachting – RW

88.     Reubens – RW

89.     CPUT – Hotel School Granger Bay

90.     Diemerdals Farm Eatery – RW

91.     CWWU – Moyo

92.     Coco Safar – RW

93.     Reubens and Taste of MCC – Chef and the Vine

94.     Chinchilla Fridays

95.     Bilboa Restaurant

96.     Waterkloof Restaurant

97.     Idiom Tasting Room

From us at JAR Photography, we wish you everything that’s magical for 2019. May all you wish for yourself become a reality.

See you on the other side.

JAR Photography

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Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by René Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Jason “Dubbz” Petersen