A waiter in Mossel Bay received an early Christmas present when an actress from the US tipped him and his colleagues a whopping R94 000.
A new reports suggests that load shedding is having a devastating impact on South Africa’s restaurant industry.
Samro warns that there will be consequences for business owners who have not acquired a licence to play music in public.
The biggest honour in the food business has been bestowed upon a trio of South African venues, after they were named amongst the World’s Best Restaurants.
He leaves a tip of R7 000 to be divided among the four staff members -R1000 each and for everyone’s food who was eating at the restaurant at that time.
A family left the staff at a Simply Asia store in Cape Town a very generous tip. The restaurant took to social media to show their appreciation.
Level 3 restrictions will bring light relief for restaurants and bars – as new curfew hours were announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Government officials and police visited restaurants and a hotel to check for lockdown compliance and to assess the damage the rules have done.
Sun International made the decision to temporarily close its hotels and resorts, including Sun City Resort and Wild Coast Sun.
The decision to shut down restaurants under lockdown level four, without any financial support, is unconstitutional, the sector claims.
The new Level 3 laws haven’t fallen kindly for restaurants or bars – and with tonight’s extension of curfew hours, things tougher for business owners.
Restaurant Week XXL Edition announced the top-performing restaurants in SA, with La Petite Colombe in Franschhoek receiving the top honours.
Three rugby players recently took their teamwork to the next level and opened up Hong Kong’s first biltong bar.
Music, lights, fancy cars and themed events. Sandton restaurants and bars are flouting COVID-19 regulations and looking more like nightclubs.
Upon the success of his cookbook, Somizi is seemingly planning on opening his own restaurant after sharing a cryptic Instagram post.
Higher pay scales and a host of additional costs, including a weekly stipend for washing uniforms, to be carried by restaurateurs will hit the sector hard.
The revised lockdown restrictions are having a dismal effect on eateries that were just starting to make a comeback.
A restaurateur has detailed how mix-up led to a fat-cat businessman praising a cheap wine, thinking it was a R32 000 bottle of the best.
StreetSmart SA usually raises R1 million a year to feed street children. This year the organisation expects to raise only half as much.
Under lockdown restrictions, sit-down restaurants are trying to do things differently in order to attract customers.
The Johannesburg suburb of Linden always offered residents and patrons a friendly welcome with its cozy restaurants, pavement cafes and boutiques.
One of the oldest pubs in the country and a long-standing Cape Town institution, the Perseverance Tavern on Buitenkant Street is the latest business to close its doors as the lockdown claims another victim.
The DA said the restaurant industry will not be able to operate if the 21:00 curfew and alcohol ban is not lifted.
Police have been accused of heavy-handedness after they used stun grenades and water canons to disperse restaurant industry members.
Desperate Franschhoek restaurant staff and owners took to the street today in the nationwide #JobsSaveLives protest against lockdown.