Fabulous Finds

Enchanted Pizza and Pasta Restaurant leaves locals under a spell

A pizza and pasta eatery in Parklands, Cape Town is winning over locals with its unique recipes and menu.

The local restaurant, called Enchanted, has been in business for almost two years, explains co-founder Diane Spooner.

Spooner specialises in pasta and cakes and established the restaurant with her business partner Rochelle Kermis who adds her magic touch to pizza’s and ice-cream.

CapeTalk listener Shelly nominated the food joint to be celebrated among the Mother City's Fabulous Finds.

Enchanted has the most beautiful pizzas with a vegan choice, as well as homemade ice cream.

Shelly, CapeTalk listener

Take a listen to Diane Spooner explain what sets Enchanted apart:


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