G spots [ It’s a dog’s life] Cape Town Dur­ban

The best eater­ies for man and his best friend.

Glamour (South Africa) - - Glamour Head Out -

58 Sur­rey St, Clare­mont; 021 671 6054

Vi­brant, homely and dec­o­rated with me­men­tos from the coun­tries the own­ers have lived in, Loco Lounge is an eclec­tic haven for peo­ple and dogs alike. The menu changes con­stantly, and fea­tures high-qual­ity and mor­eish dishes, like pork tacos (R55) and duck spring rolls (R52).

Parkview; 011 646 0058

A land­mark African-themed restau­rant with lush sur­rounds, Moyo is made for lazy times with your pooch. The menu in­cludes fan­tas­tic potjies, and we love the WOZA week­end buf­fet (R255 p/p), which of­fers ev­ery­thing from pas­tries to hot dishes.

64 St Andrew St, Bird­haven; 011 442 6965

This invit­ing café with its out­side seat­ing area is a win­ner. Go for stand­out meals, like the Bax­ter’s Break­fast (poached eggs, salmon, mush­rooms, cherry toma­toes and spinach; R98) and the chicken and grilled haloumi salad (R98). The dog­gie menu in­cludes puppy bis­cuits (R15), a chicken breast slice (R39) and chicken liv­ers (R32).

Pa­rade; 031 332 4485

With its chilled at­mos­phere, cool lo­cale and wav­ing palm trees, Café Ji­ran is a per­fect eatery for you and your dog. We rec­om­mend the scram­bled eggs on cia­batta with avo, tomato and chilli chut­ney (R40) or the eggs Bene­dict, fea­tur­ing an English muf­fin, gam­mon and rich hol­landaise sauce (R65). End with the crum­pets and cream (R39).

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