Food and Drink – Featured

The Secret Gin Bar Durban
Posted by cuizine | October 13, 2017

A veritable tsunami of gins has drenched and quenched the thirsty shores of Durban, as the craft spirit rage has swept and sloshed its way throughout the nation's chilled glasses....

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Posted by cuizine | April 11, 2017

Remember when the Plant (where the Morning Trade Market is) kicked off Durban's first ever burger festival (see our post about it here) ? It was a wall-to-wall celebration of...

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Posted by cuizine | April 6, 2017

Words: Robyn Nel Images: Shirley Berko & Robyn Nel I defy you not to let out an “oooh” when the sliding doors open to reveal The Village Table. The outside...

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Posted by cuizine | August 12, 2016

Umhlanga in Durban is heaving. It's packed, to the marbled and gilted brim, with restaurants. Most of them cater to an ever-expanding tourist and moneyed local trade (there are more...

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Posted by cuizine | April 8, 2016

Durban's got a few micro breweries and roasteries around, but in November 2015 in the Station Drive precinct, Durban's first craft distillery, Distillery 031, opened its doors. It's helmed by...

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The louching method of drinking absinthe
Posted by cuizine | April 5, 2016

I bet you've heard of the 'Green Fairy'. La Fée Verte. And I'm certain you've heard the stories. Banned in Europe. Banned in the US. Hallucinogenic. You're told you have...

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Posted by cuizine | March 16, 2016

The hottest seat in the house, literally, figuratively, is always the Chef's Table. If you get a chance to dine at one, grab it. It means sitting in the restaurant...

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Posted by cuizine | June 10, 2015

Famed for it's landmark, rather large and contemptuous cat, and also known for the gorgeous view of its lesser-famous towering torch, the Oyster Box is a go-to watering hole for...

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Posted by cuizine | May 9, 2015

Considering the staggering exchange rate and the massive schlep involved with visas and flying, if you are daydreaming about journeying across the global pond, I recommend opting for a short...

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Posted by cuizine | February 19, 2015

To kick off 2015 with a gourmet start, the Oyster Box Hotel in Umhlanga recently hosted an imaginative “Cuisine Crawl” flavour tour. If you’ve ever experienced a “tasting plate” at...

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