James Clark on “eating on the go” in Cape Town

The Cape Town Eats City Walking Tour hosted by Cape Fusion Tours goes under the skin of the city, taking you away from the fine dining establishments to places that may be overlooked when exploring the city without a guide. These are the spots where locals eat and play.

We explore the city from all sides; its history, the people and their cultures and cuisines, as well as contemporary Cape Town and its artisanal trends. Cape Town is a city that has been changing at a rapid rate since the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

What started out as a run-down central business district…
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James Clark on “eating on the go” in Cape Town

Sheldon Raju’s Indian Cuisine Expedition

Durban-raised chef Sheldon Raju is on a journey through India to find the origins of the country’s cuisine and trace the influence it’s had on the South African palate. We’re following him as he makes his way through the streets of Bangalore, takes romantic train rides to Madurai, dines at temples of old, explores Mumbai’s flavours, and so much more, all in the name of rediscovering the essence of Indian food.

Raju’s love for the art of cooking was developing during his childhood, thanks to the time he spent with his grandfather – whom he credits as his inspiration and dedicates his passion to – at the community temple. This…
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Sheldon Raju’s Indian Cuisine Expedition

Nikkei cuisine hits the Mother City

Image courtesy Micky Hoyle

New to Bree St, Charango Peruvian Grill and Bar has embraced Nikkei cuisine bringing new flavours to Cape Town’s hot restaurant zone.

Nikkei is an amalgamation of Japanese and Peruvian gastronomy and has become the latest culinary sensation to hit food capitals. Japanese dishes and traditions are combined with Peruvian cooking techniques, ingredients and flavours resulting in clean, fresh spice-infused dishes.

Head Chef Kieran Whyte is responsible for ensuring Charango’s celebration of this cultural fusion by offering a diverse and contemporary…
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