Tucked away in the five-star Clico Boutique Hotel in Rosebank, Clico Restaurant embodies a special blend of laid back elegance, warm intimacy and relaxed fine dining. Mirroring this, Marnus Scholly, the softly spoken head chef, quietly produces plate after plate of subtle deliciousness, each one beautifully plated with careful precision and equally palate-pleasing.
The focus here is on fresh, seasonal, local and organic ingredients.
“The seasonal trends push us to look at the available produce and how we can prepare it differently. Flavour is always our number one priority and has been brought out in simple… Read More
Whether you’re travelling for leisure or business, making sure your clothes are packed with precision to avoid wrinkles is a near-impossible art. There is nothing worse than arriving to your destination only to be faced with creased clothing.
Despite the many tips available on how to pack your suitcase or fold your clothes when packing for a trip, there will always be a pleat or two. From the actual process of packing, to handling your luggage as you transfer it from one place to the other – there is just no way to make sure… Read More
In conjunction with the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic cycle race taking place on 22 October 2017, Tsogo Sun is giving away a two-night stay for two people at the spectacular Garden Court, Umhlanga, to one lucky reader.
The 31st annual Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic in KwaZulu-Natal is the oldest road classic cycling race in South Africa and offers one of the province’s most picturesque and challenging race routes. There is something for everyone and cyclists can choose between the fun 35km ride, the more challenging 65km or the renowned 106km Classic.
Exterior of the Garden Court Umhlanga
Although the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic is… Read More
According to international conservation charity, the World Land Trust’s flight calculator, a return trip for a family of four from Johannesburg to Paris produces 14,69 tonnes of CO2. In contrast, their journey to Cape Town and back would only emit 1,69.
Premier Hotels & Resorts Group Sales & Marketing Manager Grant Sandham says that there is a silver lining. “With domestic tourism being the backbone of the industry, which contributes about 9% to the country’s gross domestic product, the more people who opt for staycations, the greater the impact on the industry and, in turn, the economy.”
The most significant benefit of staycations… Read More
The resort is known for the hot mineral waters that rise up along fault fissures and are heated at the source to 36°-45°C. In addition to enjoying the thermal waters, the resort offers many opportunities to recharge your batteries. Guests can relax in the heated pools and large Jacuzzi beside the Boulders Bar, as well as the swimming pool alongside the reception.
Stand a chance of winning a copy of the District Six Huis Kombuis Food & Memory Cookbook (Quivertree Publications).
In 1966, the apartheid government declared Cape Town’s District Six a whites-only area. This ruling was to have devastating consequences for those who lived there. Stripped of their homes, the coloured residents were shipped off to the barren Cape Flats. This book evolved from a number of craft and textile workshops that gave former District Six residents a platform for expression and remembrance. Touching “memory cloths” on which family recipes and memories are embroidered fill this book, which is first and foremost… Read More