When I heard that the familiar Rafiki’s in Tamboerskloof Cape Town was closing down I was immediately intrigued to find out who or what was going to replace the renowned space. And then I heard that the guys taking it over are the same fellas who own one of my favourite bars on Kloof Nek, The Power and the Glory - already 10 points in my book. Being a local in the area, I was too excited when I received the invite to try out this new French-inspired eatery by the name of The Moveable Feast. In a nutshell, this bistro slash bar...

One little town we frequent quite often is the little town of Bad Reichenhall. Bad Reichenhall is a spa town on the border of Austria and Germany in Upper Bavaria. It's famous for its natural salt mines and offers a wide range of salt based spa treatments. Although I'm sure the spa is fabulous I found a different little treasure hidden in the little Bavarian town.   The little restaurant called Juhasz Tagesbar (Daybar), it's ticked away on the second floor of one of the departments' stores. You definitely get more than you could imagine. They do their own cold-pressed mixed juices, that taste so good and leave you feeling...

Berliners love their coffee as much as they like their currywurst - and believe me that's a lot.  So when we stumbled across Quà Phê we soon realised it isn't your typical coffee shop! Quà Phê is a Vietnamese coffee shop that also serves light traditional foods. One of my favourite items on the menu is their steamed buns.  Honestly, I could eat these all day every day.  They are so versatile they are eaten either as a savoury snack or sweet snack. Their savoury options include a breakfast mix either plain veg or you can add a meet to the mix if that's your cup of tea.  The rice is delicious...