CNR MAIN ROAD AND MAINS AVENUE, KENILWORTH
021 761 5822
Borruso’s is all about the traditional art of pizza-making – crispy, delicious bases with a wide selection of toppings will impress the fussiest of pizza lovers. Locals know to ask about the pizzas not on the menu, such as the Dirty Dozen and the Blue Pig. With no corkage charged (one bottle per two people), things can get pretty festive.
THE OLD BISCUIT MILL,
375 ALBERT ROAD, WOODSTOCK
021 447 6505, burrata.co.za
The older sibling of Bocca, Woodstock’s Italian darling is named after a creamy Italian cheese that resembles mozzarella. Burrata’s diverse menu of Italian fare will keep your taste buds suitably enthralled, although it’s the Neapolitan-style pizza that has diners returning time and time again.
THE DINING ROM AND THE KITCHEN
117 SIR LOWRY ROAD, WOODSTOCK
021 461 0463, dining-room.co.za
Next door to chef Karen Dudley’s popular The Kitchen (a hot deli and lunch spot), The Dining Room focuses on relearning the enjoyment of sitting around a table for a meal with loved ones. Book on a Tuesday or a Thursday for the set menu with hors d’oeuvres, mains and lip-smacking dessert. It will feel like Sunday lunch at your gran’s – if she’s the type to serve quail terrine or slow-roasted salmon.
SHOP G72, CAVENDISH SQUARE,
DREYER STREET, CLAREMONT
021 671 1607, kahveroad.com
This plush patisserie is located in one of the city’s most popular fashion shopping destinations, Cavendish Square. Injected with French finesse, it prides itself on an intimate atmosphere, created with cinematic lighting and meticulously selected music. Coffee connoisseurs can’t afford to miss the Espresso Bar, boasting the world’s
first Spirit espresso machine.
SILVERMIST WINE ESTATE, CONSTANTIA NEK, CONSTANTIA
021 794 2390, lacolombe.co.za
If you prefer your meal to be an experience, La Colombe’s offerings will not disappoint. Each dish on the establishment’s 10-course lunch and dinner menus is served in a unique way – even down to the bread and palate cleanser! Think poached West Coast oyster, pickled squid, smoked salmon, piccalilli and chorizo served in a dome; and Tuna ‘La Colombe’, the restaurant’s very own canned tuna with a twist.
KIRSTENBOSCH NATIONAL BOTANICAL GARDEN,
99 RHODES DRIVE, NEWLANDS
021 762 9585, moyo.co.za
Prepare for a memorable experience from start to finish. Have your face painted in traditional patterns and be mesmerised by African song and dance, then dig into an impressive feast of Cameroonian beef suya with potato bread, kudu loin kebabs and roast root veggies, all in the beautiful surrounds of this sprawling garden.
MYOGA VINEYARD HOTEL AND SPA,
60 COLINTON ROAD, NEWLANDS
021 657 4545, myoga.co.za
Contemporary fusion cuisine makes up award-winning chef Mike Bassett’s ‘East meets West’ menu at Myoga (meaning ‘ginger blossom’ in Japanese), situated at the luxury Vineyard Hotel nestled in the heart of the Southern Suburbs. Orange sofa booths and an open-plan kitchen make for a laid-back dining experience. Book a table for two in the wine cellar beneath the restaurant for a romantic dinner or enjoy lunch on the terrace overlooking the landscaped gardens.
MZOLI’S PLACE Shop 3, NY 115, GUGULEThU
021 639 1355 Strictly speaking, Mzoli’s is a butchery – but don’t let that deter you. Select your cut of meat, then have it cooked to your specifications at the braai station. With plastic tables and chairs in a dusty yard, it’s not glamorous, but it is an authentic township experience and is most definitely worth trying. BYOB or buy refreshments from Mzoli’s.
THE POT LUCK CLUB
THE OLD BISCUIT MILL,
375 Albert road, Woodstock
021 447 0804, thepotluckclub.co.za
The sister restaurant of – and only a few steps from – the multi-award-winning The Test Kitchen, The Pot Luck Club is chef Luke Dale-Roberts’ more laid-back spot. Tapas made to share occupies the bulk of the menu, which is handy because you’ll really want to try, well, everything.
REVERIE SOCIAL TABLE
226A LOWER MAIN ROAD, OBSERVATORY 021 447 3219, reverie.capetown
Eating at Reverie Social Table, in the eclectic suburb of Observatory, is like going to a superb dinner party. Seated at a long table, diners tuck into the daily creations – no less than five courses, paired with great wines – of chef patron Julia Hattingh, while engaging with
SIMON’S GROOT CONSTANTIA,
GROOT CONSTANTIA ROAD, CONSTANTIA
021 794 1143, simons.co.za
In the perfect setting of South Africa’s oldest wine estate, a leisurely lunch at Simon’s means you’re treated to sweeping views of the vineyards while you linger over a carefully selected wine list. The menu is gourmet, yet unfussy. Case in point: The Simon’s chicken burger topped with rocket, Brie and cranberry jelly. The adjacent Simon’s Deli stocks all you need to create a gourmet meal at home.
94 BELVEDERE ROAD, CLAREMONT
021 671 6875, starlings.co.za
This little coffee shop, tucked away behind a hedge on Belvedere Road in Claremont, promises uncomplicated yet delicious food. Complete your brekkie or lunch with a steaming flat white in the cosy and inviting setting where you’ll be tempted to stay for hours on end.
TOWERS RESTAURANT MARRIOT HOTEL CRYSTAL TOWERS
CNR CENTURY BOULEVARD AND RIALTO ROAD, CENTURY CITY
021 525 3888
Designed to make every dining experience your most enjoyable, watch the chefs in action thanks to the open-display kitchen while you wait for your meal. Take in the warm ambience and enjoy wonderful city-and seascapes before heading to your room or the spa for some
R&R. WEMBLEY ROADHOUSE
25 DENCHWORTH AND
BELGRAVIA ROADS, ATHLONE
021 697 1435, wembley.co.za
Based in Athlone, The Wembley Group of Companies comprises several outlets, including a meat market, supermarket, travel agency, confectioners and even an eye clinic that offers free services to the underprivileged. But the real gem is its Roadhouse, where you will find a variety of dishes including meat, seafood and chicken grills; wraps and sandwiches; curries and casseroles; pastas and deep-dish pizzas; and burgers, including the famous Wembley Whopper. The dishes are halaal, some meals are vegetarian, and all of them are delicious.
BABEL BABYLONSTOREN WINE FARM,
R45 (KLAPMUTS-SIMONDIUM ROAD)
021 863 3852, babylonstoren.com
The ethos in the kitchen at Babel is not to tamper unduly with the food, so you know what’s arriving on your plate is fresh and flavourful. Enjoy a stroll around the garden inspired by the Company’s Garden in the city. Get there early for a garden tour, followed by tea in The Greenhouse.
BOSMAN’S restaurant GRANDE ROCHE HOTEL,
PLANTASIE STREET, PAARL
021 863 5100, granderoche.com
The renovated Manor House at one of Paarl’s most luxurious wine estates is the home of Bosman’s Restaurant. Executive Chef Roland Gorgosilich artfully fuses classic French cuisine with imaginative flavour and texture combinations. This, together with faultless silver service,
wins it prime spots on a number of local industry hot lists.
THE BIG EASY
95 DORP STREET, STELLENBOSCH
021 887 3462/5, thebigeasyrestaurant.co.za
This Winelands gem, with an address on one of South Africa’s oldest streets, is owned by The Big Easy himself, golfer Ernie Els. The emphasis is on fine, fresh ingredients, with a splendid selection of wine from the surrounding estates. There is a distinct French influence, but the over-all feel of this brasserie-style eatery is one of laid-back luxury.
BREAD AND WINE VINEYARD RESTAURANT
MÔRESON FARM, HAPPY VALLEY ROAD, FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 3692, moreson.co.za
This rustic eatery at the sublime Môreson Wine Estate offers lunch daily in a lovely garden courtyard. If you’re a charcuterie lover, this spot is for you, as Chef Neil Jewell really knows his way around some prosciutto. Move on to the excellent pork ribs for mains, and be sure to pair your lunch with Môreson Miss Molly bubbly.
CAMPHORS AT VERGELEGEN VERGELEGEN ESTATE,
LOURENSFORD ROAD, SOMERSET WEST
021 847 2131, vergelegen.co.za
The kitchen team at Camphors describes its culinary style as ‘simple restraint with complex precision’: Think expertly executed flavours presented beautifully, but without any unnecessary pretence. This same team firmly believes in supporting local suppliers, who are named and celebrated on the menu.
CLOS MALVERNE RESTAURANT CLOS MALVERNE WINE ESTATE,
DEVON VALLEY ROAD, STELLENBOSCH
021 865 2022, closmalverne.co.za
This restaurant is one that ticks all of the boxes. Unfussy decor means you can sit back, relax and enjoy the jaw-dropping view – the vineyards begin only a couple of metres from your balcony table. Of course, you may be distracted by what’s on your plate. Expect robust flavours, from sage-and-pine-nut pork fillet to
rich duck-liver mousse. Go on, order the ice-cream-and-wine pairing for a taste exploration you are unlikely to find anywhere else.
COSECHA NOBLE HILL WINE ESTATE,
R45 (KLAPMUTS-SIMONDIUM ROAD)
021 874 3844, cosecharestaurant.com
The veranda at Cosecha looks out on a picnic area and dam, so you can sip their Sauvignon Blanc sangrita while watching ducks skim across the water. Take your time with the menu, as selecting just one plate out of the many mouth-watering options will not be easy. Start with guac and tortilla chips, then move on to the tacos with shredded pork and apple salsa.
CUVÉE SIMONSIG ESTATE,
KROMME RHEE ROAD, STELLENBOSCH
021 888 4932, simonsig.co.za
As the first South African producers of Méthode Cap Classique (the delicious Kaapse Vonkel, still available here today) it’s no surprise that such a sense of joie
de vivre permeates the Simonsig Estate restaurant. The menu features modern Cape Dutch cuisine, and dishes are paired or prepared with Simonsig wines. Cuvée’s menu also changes regularly to incorporate seasonal fruit and veg.
EIGHT RESTAURANT SPIER,
R310 (LYNEDOCH ROAD), STELLENBOSCH
021 809 1188, spier.co.za
A farm-to-table eating experience, Eight Restaurant at Spier uses exclusively local (and preferably also organic) produce to provide diners with a seasonal menu that’s as wholesome as it is delicious. Based at one of the world’s most environmentally responsible wine estates, Eight carries this ethos through to its menu and decor.
EQUUS CAVALLI ESTATE,
R44 (STRAND ROAD), SOMERSET WEST
021 855 3218, cavallistud.com
This sophisticated restaurant has quickly established itself as one of the Winelands’ premier dining destinations. The menu is a fresh take on the classics, contextually driven and encompassing a combination
of flair and flavour. Think real, humble food cooked textbook-perfectly, matched with an expertly crafted list of local and international wines, artisanal cocktails and craft beers, as well as a selection of single-malt whiskies.
HARVEST AT LABORIE
1 TAILLEFER STREET, PAARL
021 807 3467, laboriewines.co.za
Grab a table beneath the trees and treat your palate to a delicious, unfussy take on South African cuisine. The slow-cooked Karoo lamb shoulder has everyone talking, while the catch of the day is delivered every morning. Give the panko-crumbed tempura prawns a try too.
HAUTE CABRIÈRE RESTAURANT & TERRACE HAUTE CABRIÉRE,
LAMBRECHTS ROAD, FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 3688, cabriere.co.za
On a sunny day, take your spot on the terrace with sprawling views of bucolic Franschhoek and sample a wide array of mouth-watering dishes from the bistro menu, designed to complement the range of Haute Cabrière wines – and Pierre Jourdan Cap Classiques – conveniently available by the glass (or bottle).
LE VENUE J.C. LE ROUX ESTATE,
DEVON VALLEY ROAD, DEVON VALLEY, STELLENBOSCH
021 865 8200, levenue.co.za
For a taste of J.C. Le Roux’s signature ‘le good life’, head to this Winelands venue. Lunch here is a gourmet affair, with the likes of ponzu-glazed linefish with grilled lemon, spinach, mash, feta and a ponzu sauce. You can’t go wrong with oysters and bubbly in the sun on the deck either. The menu changes weekly – a good excuse to return.
MAKARON MAJEKA HOUSE,
26–32 HOUTKAPPER STREET, PARADYSKLOOF, STELLENBOSCH
021 880 1549, majekahouse.co.za
Makaron is known for its flawless style, but beautiful interiors are not all that’s on offer. The kitchen team have plenty up their sleeves – how does beef with veal sweetbreads and aubergine sound? And maybe sesame panna cotta for dessert?
For a culinary experience par excellence, book the Kitchen Table for two.
MIKO AND THE COUNTRY KITCHEN MONT ROCHELLE,
DASSENBERG ROAD, FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 2770, virginlimitededition.com/en/mont-rochelle/dining
The Mont Rochelle estate was acquired by Sir Richard Branson in 2014, so you know what you have here will be the cream of the crop. Miko, the estate’s fine-dining venue, blends international and South African flavours, and dishes are paired with local wines. The Country Kitchen, then, is Mont Rochelle’s less formal eatery, a lovely spot to grab some lunch (and adjacent to the wine cellar).
THE MILLHOUSE KITCHEN LOURENSFORD WINE ESTATE,
LOURENSFORD ROAD, SOMERSET WEST
021 847 0030, lourensford.co.za
This light and airy space has the comfy feel of your neighbourhood eatery, with simple, wholesome dishes to match. The rustic offerings, such as wood-fired pizza topped with pear, Gorgonzola and honey, are inspired by French and Italian country cooking. Children are most welcome.
127 MAIN STREET, PAARL
021 863 3925, noop.co.za
The first goal by the team at NOOP is for you to feel at ease and at home. Situated in a lovingly restored heritage building on Main Street, NOOP offers simple, fresh, locally sourced food that is ‘unpretentious, often spontaneous and always delicious’ – from Namibian venison and 32-day-aged Karan beef to wild-mushroom ravioli.
THE OPEN DOOR CONSTANTIA UITSIG,
SPAANSCHEMAT RIVER ROAD, CONSTANTIA
021 794 3010, opendoorrestaurant.co.za
Another gem from the team that brought the city Burrata and Bocca, The Open Door is a change from their usual Italian bent, but not from the excellence we’ve come to expect. How about the likes of seared tuna with chakalaka, mustard mayo and curry vinaigrette, followed by a lamb rack with potato dauphinois and a quince and roasted honey turnip puree?
OVERTURE HIDDEN VALLEY WINES,
ANNANDALE ROAD, STELLENBOSCH
021 880 2721, bertusbasson.com
Contemporary interiors and breathtaking views are the perfect accompaniment to dishes that feature trademark seasonal flavour innovations, though with a proudly South African bent. The daily menu offers well-conceptualised creations from chef Bertus Basson, one of SA’s premier chefs and a leader when it comes to embracing heritage cuisine.
PiERNEEF À LA MOTTE LA MOTTE,
R45 (MAIN ROAD), FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 8800, la-motte.com
Inspired by artist JH Pierneef’s prowess at interpreting SA’s natural beauty into art, Pierneef à La Motte offers you a taste journey into what has become known as Cape Winelands cuisine – traditional boerekos with creative twists inspired by international flavours. The restaurant is an extension of this concept with the
old Cape Dutch architecture reinvented with light colours and modern elements.
THE RED LEAF BISTRO BEYERSKLOOF,
R304, STELLENBOSCH 021 865 2685, beyerskloof.co.za
Beyerskloof is best known for producing award-winning Pinotage – a very proudly South African cultivar. The relaxed vibe here is highly conducive to kicking back and indulging in their signature Pinotage burger with chips and onion marmalade – yes, it’s as good as it sounds.
GLEN CARLOU GLEN CARLOU ESTATE,
SIMONDIUM ROAD, KLAPMUTS
021 875 5528, glencarlou.co.za
A culinary feast is what you’re in for when visiting this architecturally imposing food haven. Take in the landscape while you enjoy innovative dishes, served with a glass (or bottle) of Glen Carlou wine, of course, from the shaded deck on the terrace.
THE RESTAURANT AT GRANDE PROVENCE GRANDE
PROVENCE HERITAGE WINE ESTATE, R45 (MAIN ROAD), FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 8600, grandeprovence.co.za
With an industrial-chic interior of steel joinery, galvanised metal and high-backed armchairs, The Restaurant nonetheless meshes seamlessly with the 18th-century French Huguenot manor house in which it’s situated. Chef Darren Badenhorst puts together menus based on ‘honest, delicious’ ingredients, presented beautifully and with attentive service to sigh for.
R320 (HEMEL-EN-AARDE ROAD), HERMANUS
021 200 2148, newtonjohnson.com
The Restaurant at Newton Johnson offers a satisfying combination of new and classic ingredients that provide a fresh outlook on fine dining. Think hearty soups, free-range pork served with fermented gooseberries and strawberry bushi, and baked Alaska with decadent frozen chocolate parfait.
RUST EN VREDE RUST EN VREDE WINE ESTATE,
ANNANDALE ROAD, STELLENBOSCH
021 881 3757, rustenvrede.com
Residing in the original cellar of the wine estate from which it takes its name, this award-winning restaurant manages an ambience that is both relaxed and vibey. First-class table appointments, including Riedel glassware, match a menu that is a contemporary take on classic cuisine. Whether you’re ordering off the set or à la carte menus, take time to explore the wine list, with its vintages from the Cape Winemakers Guild.
1 PLACE VENDOME,
HUGUENOT ROAD, FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 4598, ryanskitchen.co.za
An open-plan kitchen means every table here is a chef’s table, and diners can watch Ryan Smith while he whips up the next course. The welcoming interior is light and airy, with wraparound windows and a palette of light wood, blue and charcoal. A selection of small plates is divided into salads and vegetables, meat and poultry, fish and shellfish, and dessert. Trust us – it’s a tough job deciding on just a few.
TERROIR KLEINE ZALZE WINE ESTATE,
R44 (STRAND ROAD), STELLENBOSCH
021 880 8167, kleinezalze.co.za
Terroir epitomises refined dining in a relaxed setting, a combination that works incredibly well in the Cape Winelands. Chef Michael Broughton’s ‘less is more’ philosophy is about intensifying all of the individual flavours without complicating
a dish unnecessarily.
R310 (HELSHOOGTE PASS), BETWEEN STELLENBOSCH AND FRANSCHHOEK
021 885 2550, tokararestaurant.co.za
The multi-award-winning head chef Richard Carstens has devised a menu that is seasonal, with an emphasis on bold presentation and artful combinations. The result is beautiful and packed with flavour. If you are after something lighter (or have children in tow), head over to the Tokara Delicatessen for a cheese or charcuterie board, or a relaxed gourmet brekkie. Book on a Friday evening for wood-fired pizza paired with craft beer.
THE WERF RESTAURANT BOSCHENDAL,
R310 (HELSHOOGTE PASS), BETWEEN STELLENBOSCH and FRANSCHHOEK
021 870 4200, boschendal.com
Acclaimed chef Christiaan Campbell produces a menu of seasonally inspired, ethically sourced and playfully prepared dishes – inside the restored original cellar of the Manor House. All the dishes remain true to his farm-to-table philosophy – and they are as sensational and comforting as the restaurant’s gorgeous surroundings.
BEHIND KALK BAY TRAIN STATION
021 788 5455, brassbell.co.za
A Kalk Bay favourite,
Brass Bell perches on the water’s edge, so you can enjoy its simple yet delicious fare with the waves practically lapping at your table. From good old fish and chips to hefty burgers and pizza, you simply cannot go wrong with a leisurely lunch at the Bell.
NOORDHOEK FARM VILLAGE,
CNR MAIN ROAD AND VILLAGE LANE, NOORDHOEK
021 789 2538, caferoux.co.za
For the ultimate laid-back affair, nothing beats the chilled vibes and uncomplicated food at Café Roux. Popular with families, this Noordhoek Farm Village favourite has a walled-off play zone within sight of the outdoor tables, so the kids can burn off some steam while you sit back and enjoy a Cape Malay roti or steak sandwich.
THE FOODBARN NOORDHOEK FARM VILLAGE,
CNR MAIN ROAD AND VILLAGE LANE, NOORDHOEK
021 789 1390, thefoodbarn.co.za
Dinner in this characterful old barn is a foodie experience you’re unlikely to forget, as Cannes-born Chef Franck Dangereux is known for providing excellent fine dining in a casual locale. The adjoining Foodbarn Deli is a great coffee stop during the day, but pop in one evening for tapas made to share, paired with wine and beer.
KALK BAY HARBOUR, KALK BAY
021 788 4133, harbourhouse.co.za
This seafood restaurant overlooking Kalk Bay Harbour is a real treat. Tuck into your choice of perfectly prepared fresh oysters, Cape crayfish, tiger prawns, mussels and calamari, or a satisfying steak if you are after something a little meatier. Two more Harbour House venues are open at the V&A Waterfront and Constantia.
THE INDIAN CHAPTER
2 CARNABY CENTRE, MARINE CIRCLE, BLOUBERGSTRAND
021 557 5524, theindianchapter.co.za
The restaurant offering from culinary TV personality Prim Reddy, The Indian Chapter continues to receive rave reviews from diners. Reddy is often there to greet guests, and knowledgeable waitrons ensure you’re well taken care of as you journey through a well-balanced menu featuring Indian classics such as tandoori chicken and lamb saagwala.
OLYMPIA CAFé & Deli
134 MAIN ROAD, KALK BAY
021 788 6396, olympiacafe.co.za
Something of an institution in Kalk Bay, Olympia is an arty spot humming with local regulars and curious visitors who’ve heard rave reviews. The on-site bakery makes it a choice spot for a cappuccino and croissant, or take your pick from the blackboard menu. Its doors open at 7 am daily, making it the ideal stop on your early-morning stroll.
ON THE ROCKS
45 STADLER ROAD, BLOUBERGSTRAND
021 554 1988, ontherocks.co.za
Magnificent views of Table Mountain and Robben Island accompany your meal here. The menu is diverse and fresh – try the rolled pork belly or the beef fillet, or tuck into a decadent seafood platter. The game fish brings something different to the seafood selection and the wine list is proudly local.
MONDIALL KITCHEN & BAR ALFRED MALL,
021 418 3002/3, mondiall.co.za
With a newly appointed head chef, this trendy eatery by restaurateur Patrick Symington (of Asoka fame) occupies a prime spot in the V&A overlooking the harbour. You’ll find a delicious selection of modernised brasserie classics and fresh daily specials.
UNIT 33, DOCK ROAD, V&A WATERFRONT
021 418 3750, vovotelo.co.za
The team is passionate about bread, and that’s not lip service. You’ll find simple food made with the best possible ingredients. Fellow bread lovers can indulge to their hearts’ content, then choose something from the freshly baked stacks to take home.
93 BROMMERSVLEI ROAD, CONSTANTIA
021 795 6226, greenhouserestaurant.co.za
The design of the 45-seater Greenhouse carries the airy feel of the conservatory into the restaurant proper. Acclaimed for his conceptual approach to food, Chef Peter Tempelhoff merges international trends with local ingredients.
THE TEST KITCHEN
The OLD BISCUIT MILL,
375 albert road, woodstock
021 447 2337, thetestkitchen.co.za
Here, Luke Dale-Roberts and his team explore the link between art and food. A meal here is on most foodies’ bucket lists, but bookings for this restaurant fill up fast. If you’re lucky enough to get a table (bookings open midnight on the last day of each month), the new Dark and Light Room 21-course tasting menu will likely change your life.
11 HUGUENOT ROAD, FRANSCHHOEK
021 876 2328, foliage.co.za
Attached to the IS ART gallery, Foliage is so named for its focus on farm-and-forest-to-table cuisine (and Chef Chris Erasmus’s early-morning foraging skills). Expect the likes of smoked Muscovy duck dumplings, braised kudu shank boudin, crayfish and octopus butter curry, and charcoal-roasted beetroot. It’s all about sustainable comfort food in a casual setting.
R310 (HELSHOOGTE PASS), STELLENBOSCH
021 885 8160, delaire.co.za
On the highest crest of the Helshoogte Pass, Delaire’s Asian-inspired restaurant boasts spectacular views of picturesque Stellenbosch. Expect a menu of Eastern flavours that are enticingly aromatic and paired with a local wine list. Delaire is also well known for its splendid collection of sculpture and art, including an original Tretchikoff work, his iconic Chinese Girl, housed in the main building.
TIGER’S MILK RESTAURANT & BAR
CNR BEACH AND SIDMOUTH ROADS, MUIZENBERG
021 788 1869, tigersmilk.co.za
This playground in the ‘deep south’ is yet another winner from the vaunted Harbour House group. The menu offers ‘classic dude food’ – pizza, burgers and steak – but done with care and flair. Try some spicy chicken wings, then settle in with one of the many craft beers to make a night of it. Three more venues are now open on Long Street, in Century City and in Claremont, if you don’t fancy the drive to the coast.