December 9, 2014

Sip & Savor: Cape Town


Kalky's @ Kalk Bay
If you have your own car and are around Kalk Bay, Kalkys is a fish and chip dive that is not to be missed. Cheap and tasty fried fish, doesn't get much better then that on a day of exploring the Peninsula. I would suggest eating in doors if you want to enjoy your meal. We saw too many fish and chips be taken over by the seagulls. 


Barocca on the Beach @ Camps Bay
I rented a bike to cruise along the waterfront to Camps Bay and since all good bike rides should end in a meal I stopped at Barocca on the Beach for a brat. The view of Camps Bay was through a fence but the outdoor lawn atmosphere was perfect for my needs. 


Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock
It is a bit of a Cape Town Saturday morning tradition to have brunch at the Old Biscuit Mill and shop at the local boutiques and I just so happen to be in Cape Town on a Saturday to participate, lucky me. There are so many food stalls serving all types of food. I should have brought a bigger stomach, it all looked amazing but I was craving a burger that morning so I got my fix. 


Fat Cactus, off of Kloof Street
I am not even kidding, Fat Cactus had the best fajitas I have ever had. GO. TRY THEM. It was also just around the corner from Once in Cape Town, an ideal location.


Yours Truly @ Once in Cape Town
Once in Cape Town is a great for multiple reasons but one of them is the complimentary breakfast served at the cafe in front of the hostel. First off the atmosphere is to die for. The wood tables, brightly colored flowers on every table, and the glass fold-able walls made me do a little happy dance. The staff pumped club music which I would usually frown upon at 7:00am but instead it really just started my day off right. Oh, and the food. Yup, that was delicious. 


Biltong, South Africa
Biltong is the beef jerkey of South Africa. It comes in many different forms and types. The best Biltong I had was on the wine tour. It was the fresh stuff straight from the butcher. 

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