Marie Claire (South Africa) - - AGENDA -

THESE ARE SOME OF MY FAVOURITE SPOTS FOR EN­JOY­ING FAN­TAS­TIC FOOD,GOOD DRINKS AND SU­PERB COM­PANY. MAR­KETS ARE GREAT, TOO, BE­CAUSE YOU CAN EAT TASTY FOOD, HANG OUT AND SHOP ALL AT THE SAME TIME. BEI­JING OPERA You’ll find this new dim sum eatery, owned by the lovely Yang Zhao, at the State House Build­ing, 3-9 Rose Street, Cape Town – it’s a great ad­di­tion to the culi­nary scene. Open from Tues­day to Sun­day, 10am to 5pm. Face­­jingOpera PIZZA PI­AG­GIO Hand­made, au­then­tic Neapoli­tan pizza baked in a wood-fired oven from the back of a three-wheeled Pi­ag­gio Ape tuk-tuk. Food on the move doesn’t get bet­ter than this.To track down your slice in Cape Town, look on Face­­za­Pi­ag­gio or on Twit­ter @piz­za­pi­ag­gio. SPIER SE­CRET COURT­YARD Ru­mour has it the pop­u­lar Spier pop-up wine bar, which was the only place in which to see and be seen in Cape Town from Fe­bru­ary to April, will make an ap­pear­ance else­where soon. Keep an eye on #spier­secret, @spier­secret and Spier­ to find out more… THE LARDER Share de­li­cious food made with amaz­ing in­gre­di­ents sourced from lo­cal farm­ers and sup­pli­ers and made with pas­sion at this lit­tle Cape Town eatery at 99 Main Road, Diep River. Face­­larder99

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