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Slow Route #FoodJourney - Leeuwenbosch

Gerhard Beyleveld whose career has seen some diverse farming such as sugarcane, sheep, and chickens as well as one of the first hops farmer in…
Thursday, 23 March 2017 14:11 Written by

Slow Route #FoodJourney - Gansvlei Cheese

The Slow Food foundation, the operational body for the protection of food biodiversity, has identified a small number of producers in South Africa who process…
Thursday, 16 March 2017 10:38 Written by

Slow Route #FoodJourney at Benguela Brasserie

This week's Slow Route Food Journey takes us to Benguela Brasserie & Restaurant at Lakeside Lodge, situated on the reed-fringed banks of the Swartvlei Lake,…
Thursday, 02 March 2017 13:34 Written by

#SlowRoute #FoodJourney - Vintage Vinyl: a celebration of plant based cuisine.

“I am passionate about the environment”. This was one of the first things Tanith Christie Scott said when we met to discuss her locally produced…
Friday, 17 February 2017 02:42 Written by

Marvellous Molluscs at Oysters "R" Us

The Knysna area has always been synonymous with oysters. Our extensive rocky coastline harbours healthy numbers of wild oysters and for many years in the…
Thursday, 09 February 2017 13:59 Written by

A Slow Route #FoodJourney - 2nd Edition

For the first blog of our Slow Route Food Journey, we paid a visit to” Green Road “(situated next to the Mosaic market in Sedgefield)…
Thursday, 02 February 2017 13:29 Written by

A Slow Route #FoodJourney

Knysna & Partners is setting off on an exciting journey of discovery, with the launch of a blog series titled “A Slow Route #FoodJourney”. Our…
Thursday, 26 January 2017 13:52 Written by

Bundu Cafe – African Soul Food on Fire

Jaynie Court and Gordon Turrell , owners of the successful Bamboo Guesthouse, have recently opened the Bundu Café on Knysna's Main Road. This African inspired,…
Friday, 18 November 2016 02:37 Written by

Living Local Green Chefs of Knysna

Elmari Jonas, one of the finalists of the inaugural “Living Local Green Chefs of Knysna” initiative back in 2012, has recently been appointed as chef…
Thursday, 21 April 2016 13:56 Written by

Take the Green Road

Organic, sustainable, carbon-footprint - these are just a few of the many eco-buzz words doing the rounds across countless print and social media platforms at…
Friday, 22 January 2016 03:07 Written by

Eat Out food critics list their favourite Greater Knysna eateries for 2016

Knysna & Sedgefield has some of the best and internationally recognised restaurants on the Garden Route. Whether this is your honey-moon vacation or you are…
Friday, 08 January 2016 01:51 Written by

île de païn summer shack’ open!

  When Knysna’s legendary café-bakery île de pain succumbed to a devastating fire earlier this year, there was a collective outpouring of love and sympathy…
Friday, 27 November 2015 06:31 Written by

St Boniface to host International Food Fair

St Boniface Catholic Church will hold an International Food Fair on 16 December to raise funds for the Catholic Community of Knysna.
Friday, 27 November 2015 06:26 Written by

Drydock @ Knysna Waterfront

This lagoon-side restaurant is situated on the water's edge in the very popular Knysna Waterfront. They offer intimate lunches and dinners and can cater for…
Friday, 30 January 2015 06:43 Written by

Old Fashioned Fish and Chips

When you think fish and chips, you think crisp, golden batter that envelopes delicate, flaky fish served alongside deep-fried hand-cut potato chips with creamy tartar…
Tuesday, 27 January 2015 13:25 Written by

Eating Sushi in Knysna

Whether you are into sashimi, nigiri, rainbow rolls or even big-mouthed hand rolls or just have a serious craving for the great salty taste of…
Monday, 26 January 2015 14:18 Written by

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