Every wine interested person is going to Stellenbosch and their wine farms. Why Stellenbosch?
The secrets and the masters of wine making are not only located in Stellenbosch!
Diemersdal is the one and only South African wine farm which successfully brought the Austrian based Veltliner grape to South Africa.
Try the Diemersdal Grüner Veltliner white wine in their beautiful restaurant.
The Truth is out there… Truth Coffee
We know that Cape Town is known for its beaches, good wine, outdoor activity and Table Mountain but when you are somewhere as diverse as Cape Town you kind of have to see what else is going on. Here at Tibush we are all about finding these unique little nooks and cranny places to discover and enjoy and whilst we all love enjoying the wine lands and beaches of the Cape, occasionally we like to enjoy a good cup of coffee, relax and connect with friends.
So for all you coffee fundis the truth is in Cape Town… That’s right Cape Town has one of the world’s best coffee shops as reviewed by UK Daily Telegraph.
Expect an air of steampunk artisan experience when you enter the premise of Truth Coffee located on 36 Buitenkant Street, Cape Town.
The coffee is all hand-roasted in a vintage cast iron drum, so expect to ‘taste the joy of the extraordinary’.
Quality coffees, vibrant vibe with live music, do make Truth Coffee one of your pit stops when visiting Cape Town.
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This is really not I high sofisticated, stylish and modern restaurant. This is basic, that’s why we love it !
This casual and fishermen styled restaurant (founded in 1989) serves one of the best seafood in Cape Town.
Enjoy a relaxed Caribbean , fisherhouse atmosphere of a warfside shack in Cape Town´s harbour.
Wondering what to do on a Saturday morning, when you are in Capetown? Why not head on out to the Old Biscuit Mill Neighbourgoods Market, a former biscuit factory on Albert Street in Woodstock, one of Cape Town’s most popular Saturday market.
There’s fantastic food, from falafels to gourmet burgers, fresh fruit and vegetables, wood-fired breads, cheese and wine stalls, craft beer and cider, music and long communal tables to sit around and feast on the myriad offerings. It can get really busy on a Saturday, so get there early – around 9am – to grab a table and avoid the crowds. If you cannot make it the Saturday for the market, the rest of the Biscuit Mill complex offers a fascinating all-week place to shop
Favorites to check out while there are Clementina Ceramics and Imiso Ceramics for ceramics; the organic bean-to-shop chocolate factory Cocofair; studiously roasted coffee from Espressolab and Mü & Me for super-cute graphic art for cards, wrapping paper, stationery and kids’ T-shirts. You will find also a few gems hidden in the shops adjacent and across the road from the mill.