Look, do, eat and sleep

go! Platteland - - COME AND SEE! -

Evert and Su­san van En­ge­len­hoven teach peo­ple to make jewellery with South African gem­stones. Next to the stu­dio there’s a new din­ing and work spot, The Royal Feather, and a dis­play space where vis­i­tors can view the jewellery and Evert’s life-sized char­coal fig­ures. Bias Build­ing, Pil­grim Street 013 712 5807 or 083 464 5464 evert@umjindi­jew­ellery.co.za Astrid Chris­tian­son and her team of­fer a wealth of in­for­ma­tion about the town. Crown Street. 013 712 2880 or 082 959 6670 astrid@bar­ber­ton.co.za bar­ber­ton.co.za

KAAP­SCHE HOOP • Sal­vador

On a Sun­day af­ter­noon, when the restau­rants close one af­ter the other, Sal­vador is the last place where you can grab din­ner – but you’ll have to be snappy, as the kitchen closes at 6pm on a Sun­day. We got our pizza just be­fore 6pm and weren’t hur­ried along. Kruger Street 013 734 4287

Kaapse­hoop – Sal­vador

• Die Waen­huis

Signs in the street ad­ver­tise “Cof­fee in a tin mug with aniseed rusks”, “sheep’s neck potjie with samp and veg­eta­bles” and Melkkos just like Ouma used to make it”. Don’t be alarmed if Cathy Smit tells you, “No, I can’t help you” – she’s full of jokes and just waits for the look of sur­prise on your face. Kan­toor Street 013 734 4429

• Bo­hemian Groove Café

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