Through their heritage, tradition and culture you will learn more about the history of enslaved people and Political Exiles; and when it comes to food there are cooking classes and Fine Dining Bo-Kaap style savouring the tastes of Cape Malay fragrant meals and be sure to have entertainment with some Ghoema Music too.
A visit to the Malay Quarter Bo-Kaap with its colorful houses along with heritage sites, dating back to the 1700’s with the Auwal Mosque being the oldest in the city and country. Discover what these great ancestors’ stories are as well as the traditional wear and learning what a Kuffia is and also getting a taste of the music or melodious prayers are with some info about Retiep and the rich, spicy tasty food too.
Inspired by my two grandmothers, the business empowers women from the area. Come and enjoy delicious #CapeMalay cooking and tours in historical #BoKaap.
Rashieda Ockards is that one caring community aunty that everyone greets and tends to pop in at, she is always giving something to nibble on and affectionately known by family, friends, and locals as Aunty Sieda. She has particularly become known for her donuts [a lighter less spicier version of the popular Cape Town Koesister