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Experience a taste of Malaysia with Cargo Hold

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Photo credit: Ciska Venter via Out Door Photo

uShaka Marine World’s Cargo Hold restaurant will be docking at the next port in December, continuing its culinary voyage around the world’s most exotic ports and destinations from the comfort of your dining table at one of Africa’s favourite restaurants.

Are you looking to get a taste of the true Malaysian heritage? Then, allow us to be your native guide as we share authentic Malaysian favourites with you.

Malaysia is like two countries in one, cleaved in half by the South China Sea. While peninsula flaunts bustling cities, colonial architecture, misty tea plantations and chill-out islands, Malaysian Borneo hosts wild jungles of orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes, along with some pretty spectacular diving. Throughout these two regions is an impressive variety of microcosms ranging from the space-age high-rises of Kuala Lumpur to the traditional longhouse villages of Sarawak.

If there was one thing that unites all its pockets of ethnicities, religions and landscapes, it’s food. Between the Chinese-Malay ‘Nonya’ fare, Indian curries, Chinese buffets, Malay food stalls and Dayak specialties – we can promise you, you won’t be leaving hungry after dining off this month’s menu.

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Kick starting the menu in December, sees a selection of starters, Satay (grilled for that authentic Malaysian flavour, served with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce); Ayam Bawang Putih (fried chicken wings tossed in garlic and chillies); Tom Tom Broth (prawns, calamari, chicken, mushrooms and carrots served in a lightly spiced chicken broth) or Penang Rojak (V), a vegetarian salad consisting of fresh beans, fried tofu, cucumber, pineapple, guava and dough crisps, coated in a sweet sticky sauce, chilli paste and topped with peanuts.

Mouthwatering mains include Hainanese Chicken (poached chicken served with chilli ginger sauce); Sambal Udang (stir-fried tiger prawns with fiery sambal sauce); Kari Ikan ( a tangy fish curry cooked with fresh tomatoes, okra and eggplant); Char Siu (barbecued pork slices with sweet soy glaze) or Kari Sayur (V), a vegetarian curry cooked with lentils, fresh tomatoes, carrots, potatoes and eggplant.

To end off, desserts include Apam Balik (crispy turnover pancake with crushed peanuts, butter and creamed corn served with ice-cream); Cendol (dark-green pulpy dish of sago, coconut milk and sugar syrup served with vanilla ice cream or Ais Kacang (red beans, corn, jelly, rose-syrup and sweetened milk on a mountain of shaved ice.

As part of the Malaysian month at Cargo Hold, the restaurant will also form part of the very first Taste Week from Monday, 5th December – Sunday, 11thDecember where 15 of the top restaurants in the waterfront area will be creating delicious meal items for all food lovers at special prices for this limited time period. Cargo Hold will be joining in by offering a complimentary Frose cocktail when ordering a main course off the Malaysian menu.

So book now, to enjoy a fusion of gastronomic delights by calling 031 328 8065/8066 or visit www.ushakamarineworld.co.za

 

Photo credit: Ciska Venter via Out Door Photo website

Link: http://www.outdoorphoto.community/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=344718

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Diarise these Oyster Box events in December

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Diarise these Oyster Box events for the month of December.

DINNER AND A MOVIE 2nd December
It’s date night at The Oyster Box! Start your evening with a two-course dinner in the Ocean Terrace at 18h00, followed by a movie with popcorn and a glass
of sparkling wine in the cinema at 20h00.
18h00 in The Ocean Terrace I 20h00 in The Cinema I Price: R590 per person

CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT 14th & 15th December
A time of tradition and family, Christmas Carols on the Ocean Terrace at The Oyster Box, marks the beginning of the Festive season and summer holidays.
A plated starter, buffet main, plated dessert and festive entertainment are on the menu.
Time: 18h00 – 21h00 I Venue: The Ocean Terrace I
Price: R690 per adult, R420 per child under 12 years

CHRISTMAS EVE DINNER 24th December
Get the Festive weekend off to a stylish start with Christmas Eve Dinner in the elegant Grill Room.
Regrettably no children.
Time: 18h00 – 22h00 I Venue: The Grill Room I Price: R2 600 per person

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH 25th December
Each of The Oyster Box’s dining venues will be offering delicious lunch feasts on Christmas Day. All venues will be offering live music, a welcome beverage
on arrival and delicious seasonal menus.
Time: 12h00 – 16h00 I Venue: The Ocean Terrace and The Grill Room I
Price: R2 600 per person, R1 600 per child under 12 years

NEW YEAR’S EVE DINNER 31st December
“SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER”
Put on your best Boogie Shoes as we take you back to the Seventies this New Year’s Eve! Dance your way into 2023 in retro 70’s gear and join us for a blast from the past!
Time: 19h00 onwards I Venue: The Pearl Room I
Price: R2 900 per adult, R1 900 per child under 12 years

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Enzo – first KZN pizzeria recognised in nationwide challenge

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Scottburgh’s renowned Enzo Pizzeria Trattoria has become the first KwaZulu-Natal restaurant to make it into the Top 10 of the nationwide Porcupine Ridge Pizzeria Challenge 2022.

Owner Enzo Tilli is over the moon for making it to the number five spot despite stiff competition from around the country. No KZN restaurants made it into the top 10 in the 2021 challenge.

In 1990, at the tender age of 18, Tilli decided to follow his passion for creating authentic Italian food and with the help of his mother, embarked on an adventure into the unknown opening Enzo Pizzeria in Johannesburg’s West Rand. The authentic pizzas he dished up were an instant hit and it was not long before Tilli opened a second branch at Gold Reef City.

Seven years later Tilli sold his two eateries and moved to KwaZulu Natal to open Enzo Pizzeria Trattoria in Scottburgh. As was the case in Gauteng, it did not take long for Enzo to become a popular destination for locals and tourists who – 25-years later – still can’t get enough of his mouth-wateringly good pizzas. Says Tilli: “Like all good pizzas, ours are made with the finest ingredients and cooked to perfection in a wood-burning clay oven.”

Despite the celebrations, Tilli made some time to answer a few questions about Enzo and – more importantly – his coveted pizzas!

Tell us a bit about your restaurant and what makes your pizzas so popular
Enzo’s is more an eatery or as we say in Italy a ‘trattoria’ which means casual and relaxed dining. Our pizzas are made in the authentic Neapolitan style, in a wood-burning oven. They have a light and airy base, and we use only the best quality ingredients. We believe that whoever is making the pizza should have lots of love for what they are creating and that their passion is a big part of what makes them so good.

What is your signature pizza or best-seller?
Without doubt the Del Greco pizza which has a bacon feta and fresh avocado topping. We also have four different starter pizzas, three Calzongino choices (foot long, fold over pizzas), six different vegetarian pizzas and 19 more other options from which to choose.

What’s better, a thin crust or a thick crust?
For me, it must have a thin, light base and slightly charred on the bottom and must always be cooked in a wood-burning oven just like in Naples, the home of the pizza.

What is your favourite pizza topping?
I still like the classics – a Regina, a quattro stagioni or a simple Margarita with anchovies.

For more on Porcupine Ridge, please visit: www.boekenhoutskloof.co.za/porcupine-ridge

Enzo Pizzeria Trattoria can be found at Shop 5 The Terrace, 129 Marine Terrace, Scottburgh, KZN. Telephone number for bookings: 039 978 3674

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Top 10 Lekker Places To Celebrate Christmas Lunch

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We’ve got the Top 10 places to
visit in our lekker province, KZN!

Have we missed any epic places out? Let us know in the comments down below or drop us an email at hello@durbanite.co.za

 

1: The Oyster box, Umhlanga

2: Old Town Italy, Umhlanga

3: Brahman Hills, Midlands

Brahmin Hills

Photo: https://www.brahmanhills.co.za/

4: The Baron, Umhlanga Arch

Photo: https://www.thebaron.co.za

5: Grimaldis, Umhlanga Pearls

The Best View In Town

6: The Cargo Hold, Ushaka

7: La Piazza, Ballito

8: Stretta, Hillcrest

9: The Village Table, Umhlanga Pearls

Bringing people together in a central meeting place in the village of Umhlanga. The stylish and buzzing Village Table situated in The Pearls Shopping Centre is much more than just a restaurant – it is an experience. The cosmopolitan ambiance is ideal for intimate dinners and group gatherings alike. fusing cuisine, cocktails and culture in a fashionable setting.

10: The Black Rabbit, Hillcrest

Notable Mention:
Jack Salmon, Glen Ashley
Atasca, Westville
Bellevue, Kloof

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