Being a Capetonian I tend to have the mindset that Cape Town does everything best in relation to the rest of South Africa. I’m often proven wrong and happily so. One such place would be a certain hotel sitting on the beach of Umhlanga beneath a tall, cylinder lighthouse. It is The Oyster Box Hotel
I’ve been to this lovely Japanese restaurant three times now, each time proving itself to be one of the top sushi spots in the city, based on authenticity and quality of food. On my latest visit, two diners, we went for a mid week lunch. I fell pray again to the Crazy Girl Roll –
Saigon. I’ve been frequenting this restaurant for over a decade now, before I actually knew its name paid tribute to the largest city in Vietnam. When I first started dining there I would make concoctions with leftover rice and every sauce on the table – much has changed since then for myself and the restaurant.
My second visit to Charlie’s was much like the first – extremely satisfying. This breakfast spot sits right opposite Mitchell Park in Durban’s Morningside and serves your eggs any way you like. The menu is extremely simple with no Florentines, or Benedicts, but the quality of food is evident in every item. This is because