Toni’s Fish & Chip Co: Die Kaap in Pretoria

Noble Savage (he said): I’ve always been a big fan of traditional fried fish & chips. There’s something almost artistic about turning a simple piece of hake into so much more, using just batter and oil, and complimenting it with the humble potato. Everyone has a story about the best …

#JanuWorry: Café Picobella Trattoria

Noble Savage (he said): Those of you following #BoozySavageJanuworry will know we’ve already saved R155 using the Entertainer App. That’s not a bad start, if I do say so myself. So when it came time for lunch, we headed out to Café Picobella Trattoria in Melville for a two-for-one deal. …

Cowfish: Hybrid Theory

Noble Savage (he said): Burger hunting is a tricky sport indeed. Everyone seems to have the “best burger” in town: Sometimes it works, other times not so much. The thing is that most of these burger joints offer mainly burgers, with a handful of other options. So what to do …

The Belgian Triple: Better Late Than Never

Noble Savage (he said):  I can’t fucking believe we haven’t posted about The Belgian Triple yet! We’ve been there a few times, and have enjoyed every single outing. So let’s do this! The Belgian Triple is the brainchild of two beer lovers; Gerlandt from Holland, and Nikolai from Siberia. As …

Gallivanting into the New Year

Social Savage (he said): We’re not fans of New Year’s Eve. Too many crowds, assholes shooting fireworks, overly optimistic resolutions – we rather stay home comforting the dogs. But the afternoons are much better. Fewer people about, you see? So we decided checking out a few places for an extended …

Come (guess the) Wine With Us!

Noble Savage (he said): It’s not always easy living in the Capital City. Capetonians think Gauteng is a single city where everyone kills each other (even though they have worse traffic and a higher murder rate), and the Pretoria-region is trying to steal their Parliament. Jozi-ites think we wear blue …