Tribes: Out of Africa

  Noble Savage (he said): South Africans love meat. It’s one of those facts that you don’t need Africa Check to check. And it might well be because of the variety and quality of the meat available here. One establishment that embraces this love of meat is Tribes, located at …

Stanley Beer Yard: Sunday = Braaiday

Noble Savage (he said):  Sundays are meant to do as little as possible. In our house, we normally braai for lunch, and then laze around/nap in preparation for the unmitigated misery that is Monday. To be able do this important preparation in a serene setting with someone else taking care …

Rwanda: Scarstruck

When Travelstart posed the question:  “Which African Country do you secretly want to explore?” (you can complete this quiz as well – click here:  http://www.travelstart.co.za/blog/africa-quiz), Noble Savage was inspired to dig a little deeper. Noble Savage (he said):  1994 was a year of extremes for the African continent. In our …

The Braai Room: NOU gaan ons braai!

Noble Savage (he said): Quality meat is, in my opinion, becoming harder and harder to find. A few butchers are getting it right, but some not so much. One that is getting it right is Country Meat. Along with supplying some pretty famous restaurants, they also have a few butcheries …

#Brewfood Revolution at Beerhouse Centurion

Noble Savage (he said): Since opening a branch in Centurion, we’ve frequented Beerhouse a few times. It’s nice to have a quality bar nearby to let off some steam. Normally we just go for a drink or two, and have also been invited to attend a few of their #MeetTheBrewers …

Momo Baohaus: Find your bowl, feed your soul

Noble Savage (he said):  Some time ago, we visited The Shadowboxer in Greenside (click here). While driving down the street, we saw Momo Baohaus a bit further down, and still thought we have to check it out. That was eight months ago… So luckily Momo Baohaus was the next restaurant …

Perron: Mexican Appreciation Society

Noble Savage (he said):  We told you about our ingenious way of deciding on which restaurants to visit last week (click here if you’ve missed it). Truth is, we actually started a couple of weeks ago. And the first one we drew was Perron (Bryanston). Mexican food and decor is …