We love March in Cape Town and this year it certainly didn’t disappoint with its warm sunny days, lekker vibes and plenty going on in the Mother-City to keep you fun seeking backpackers busy! The never@home crew also had a jam packed month filled with the plenty of check ins and pints poured. We also launched our brand NEW menu at the Randy Warthog a couple of days ago, which meant the crew were busy playing with flavours and getting them just right, to ensure our new meals tickle your taste buds and keep you coming back for more, more, MORE!

And even though all of our crew members worked hard last month, there can only be one crew member of the month for March 2017. So please join us in congratulating Thobeka, who has been chosen as this months worthy winner.

Thobeka has been an asset to the Randy Warthog team at never@home since early 2016. She is a team player, exceptionally reliable, honest and respectful of both guests and fellow colleagues. You will find Thobeka preparing delicious meals in Randy’s kitchen. Be sure to say “howsit” to her during your next never@home visit.

Until then, we asked Thobeka a few questions about herself and her time in Cape Town in order for you to get to know her a little better:

What encouraged you to Cape Town for the first time?

I came to Cape Town to look for work

How did you find out about never@home?

I came across never@home after doing a Google search

What are your top 3 things to do in Cape Town?

I like to learn about cooking, achieve my dreams and to strive to be a business woman one day

What is your favourite dish at the Randy?

I love the Randy’s cheese burger

Aside from the Randy Warthog (of course), where else do you like to eat and/or drink in Cape Town?

I love to eat out at Primi Piatti. Their pizza is really good!

If you were a cartoon character who would you be? and why?

I would definitely be Linguini from the film Ratatouille because he loves to cook too!

If you could only take one item on holiday with you, what would it be? And why?

It would be my wallet so I can spend money when I am there

Besides Cape Town, where is your next favourite place to visit in Africa?