In this day and age we are all acutely aware of the impact that we as humans have had on Planet Earth. This realisation has given birth to a new movement. The Green movement. It seems we all want to be a little Green. The Corner Café, in Glenwood, is one such establishment. Owner, Judd Campbell is passionate about reducing the impact that the running of a restaurant can have on the environment. Whether by using organic ingredients, banishing plastic, sourcing foods locally or by using sun powered ovens, the campaign is simple. Re-use, recycle and love our Planet. The menu is short and simple consisting of breakfasts, soups, salads, and sandwiches. There is something for everyone including mouth-watering vegetarian options.
Top Chefs, foodies, cooks and the discerning diner are talking about the hottest meaty option to hit South African menu’s – Wagyu Beef – be it a delicious burger, a succulent sirloin or a tasty T-bone – Wagyu is an absolute meat lovers treat! The word Wagyu refers to all Japanese beef cattle (‘Wa’ means Japanese or japanese-style and ‘gyu’ means cattle). South African beef is generally very lean compared to other countries’, but it is actually the fat that produces and enhances the flavour in the meat, this is the main reason why Wagyu is so delicious because compared to other beef, it has incredible fat marbling that renders down to produce a wonderfully intense flavour. South African Wagyu cattle are farmed
If you’re visiting Durban, you have probably been asked whether or not you have eaten at one of the Zack’s restaurants. If you live in Durban, chances are you have on a few occasions. Zack’s, have long cemented themselves as one of Durban’s most popular café style restaurants and they have been around for years. In fact, it was 11 years ago today, June 1st, 2001 that they first opened their doors. Zack’s Wilson’s Wharf, the first of them to open offers patrons a cosmopolitan setting on a deck that almost seems to be floating on Durban’s harbour. During the day you can expect to see cargo ships coming in, with sea gulls swooping for their share of food. At night, the setting is
In Durban we surf, we tan, we eat curry. Sometimes we eat curry and then we surf and then we tan. Either way, the simple suggestion of Durban conjurs the aroma of fried onion, garlic and ginger. Curry and rice. Briyani, bunny chow. You can't visit Durban and leave without having at least all of them. We visit 3 of Durbs faves. The House of Curries, Florida Road, Morningside, well known for its eatries and clubs, is a hive of activity 7 days a week. One of Durbans most popular you have a choice of samoosa platters, briyani, bunny chows and rotti. They have a large outdoor deck and a fully licensed bar and safe secure parking, The House of Curries proves to be a popular spot for those enjoying Durbans night life,