It’s just over a week before the second-ever Restaurant Week hits South Africa from the 23 October to the 2 November. Restaurants across the country are going to be participating – that means Durban restaurants are stepping up to the plate! If you’re a foodie, it’s a pretty exciting time to explore some of South Africa’s best. I’m even happier knowing Durban has a chance to be a part of this, because we have some rad places to eat at!
The restaurants participating in Restaurant Week have set up lunch and dinner menus for this event. What’s even better is that these menus are at a fixed price! Unless a restaurant is boasting stars from diningcity.co.za, the general consensus is lunch is R95 while dinner will cost R175.
If you’re interested in tasting what Durban has to offer, here is a list of Durban restaurants participating:
9th Avenue Bistro
This is one of Durban’s award winning restaurants! Located in Morningside, this elegant and warm restaurant showcases fresh, seasonal cuisine.
To find out more of what type of food they offer go look at their website www.9thavenuebistro.co.za
African Peninsula Restaurant
Can you imagine dining on some beautiful dishes while watching waves crashing? You’ll feel right at home in this casual and comfortable restaurant located on the Bluff.
For more information about their regular cuisine follow their website; http://www.africanpeninsula.com/
Want to excite the senses? This is the place to do so! This restaurant has been around for 12 years, has a vibrant atmosphere and boasts a seasonal menu.
Psyche yourself up by looking at the regular dishes served up there; http://www.cafe1999.co.za/
This picturesque boutique hotel has a relaxing restaurant overlooking the Indian ocean. Using only the freshest and locally sourced ingredients, this restaurant offers top quality and tasty meals.
For a better idea of what Endless Horizon can offer; http://www.endlesshorizons.co.za/catering/
This boldly decorated black, white, silver and pink restaurant offers an array of cuisine showcasing tastes of Durban.
For more information about their cuisine go to http://www.hotelizulu.com/gigis-brasserie
If you’re not sold by this uniquely named restaurant, you will be with their Asian fusion cuisine!
For more information go discover them on http://www.greedybuddha.co.za/about-greedy-buddha.html
Want to experience something spectacular in a classically and timeless designed dining room or enjoy your meal on one of Africa’s great verandahs, then you better make your reservation for Hartford House soon! For more information about Hartford House go to http://www.hartford.co.za/
Located in Suncoast and overlooking a part of Durban’s Golden Mile, this restaurant offers a classy and sophisticated experience. Known for their prime cuts of meat and exquisite tasty dishes, it’s a must to go to!
For more information about their tasty dishes go to http://www.havanagrill.co.za/
An extension of the main Havanna Grill, this smaller one can be found in Umhlanga. This Colonial-come-Cuban decorated restaurant boasts a world-class grills and even has its own butchery!
For more information go to http://www.littlehavana.co.za/welcome.html
Durban is known for its curries, but Spice offers a bit more than tasty curries. A relaxed set up, diners can expect some fusion cuisine.
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The Bistro Restaurant
Located at the Durban Country Club, The Bistro restaurant mixes contemporary with tradition.
For more about The Bistro go to http://www.dcclub.co.za/index.php/the_club/bistro/
The Terrace on Hilton
Set in Hilton, diners can enjoy their food on a Terrace in the garden area, or on wet days move towards the fresh interior of the restaurant.
Bookings are already underway, so if you want to reserve your seat at one of these lovely Durban restaurants, go to www.restaurantweek.co.za and make your booking!