NCL offers you the best in freedom and flexibility to cruising. You can holiday on your own schedule with no assigned dining and no formal dress code. Breaking the boundaries of traditional cruising for 53 years, NCL has 17 amazing contemporary ships that sail to over 300 of the world’s most desirable destinations, including Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Alaska and more. Each destination you visit allows you to create an incredible story you will share for years to come.
We love all things Thai food – we love the curries, the spices, the crunchy salads, the abundant use of fresh green herbs like mint and coriander. Sound good? Herewith 5 of our favourite Thai-style dishes to try at home.
No one knows the hidden gems of the platteland quite like Peter van Noord and Johan van Zyl, the editors of Platteland. Duh. So if you happen to be taking the N7 north from Cape Town, these are the dorpie detours you need to know about
Milpark’s 44 Stanley precinct has been feeding (and entertaining) discerning Joburgers for over a decade. And here are a few reasons why…
Sure, wine farm restaurants have the best views, but when it comes to cool food spots, Stellenbosch’s city centre has got it going on. Spend a weekend in town and take a walking safari to find the town’s hottest restaurants and bars.
Legend has it that if you eat breadfruit in the Seychelles, you’ll definitely return. So Liesl Nicholson ate her weight in fresh produce while surrendering to the islands’ other charms. Here are her top six reasons to go back for more.
Dining out as a vegan used to mean making do with a side salad. Now, a growing number of vegan restaurants are tempting even hardened carnivores with innovative dishes.
What was once a gritty industrial hub east of Cape Town’s CBD has burgeoned into a hip foodie strip, with Harrington Street at its heart. Here are 10 places to get your fix of urban culinary cool
Built on an old elephant path cutting diagonally up Durban’s Berea, Florida Road is an old commercial strip and the heart of a new wave of “D’urban regeneration”. If you’re in the area, and hungry, here’s where you should eat and drink
Thought the Western Cape was only good for wine? Think again, says Brandon de Kock. Plan a long- weekend trip to some small breweries crafting beers that prove you can judge a brew by its interesting label
Our love for sushi and ramen is eternal, but you’ll be missing some seriously delicious, super-easy Japanese crowd-pleasers if you don’t try Abigail Donnelly’s crisp katsu chicken with golden sesame mayo, juicy chargrilled beef yakitori or just a simple bowl of curried noodles. Slurp
Sure, the sea views and luxurious rooms at the new LUX* Grande Gaube are spectacular, but it’s the foodie scene that adds the extra flavour to an already enticing holiday.
Whether it’s a chilled Sunday breakfast at the trendy Station Drive Precinct or finger-licking streetfood on the Golden Mile, these are the six Durban Central hotspots you have to visit when in Durb.
TEXT: Nikita Buxton
PHOTOGRAPHS: Clinton Friedman
It’s not all coffee shops and school fêtes in Cape Town’s southern suburbs. Look beyond the malls and the SUVs, and you’ll discover pockets of pure deliciousness. Try these 12 for a start
Once you’ve landed at Heathrow, follow Hannah Lewry’s lead and head straight for Shoreditch, where the bars and restaurants will do a sterling job of helping you stretch your pounds
Aah, Cape Town. Home of Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden and the best beaches in the country. Plus, as we reveal, an eating experience to suit just about every taste
Now’s the perfect time to discover 10 of the hottest coffee spots, bakeries, restaurants and bars playing a pivotal role in Jozi’s inner-city revival.