Category Archives: The Garden Route
After finding Indian rice pudding at Darbar in Emsworth, flavoured with cardomen, I think, I decided to try their other restaurant, Thyme & Chillies just outside Chichester near the Marina on the Witterings road. Despite not having had much experience … Continue reading
The fist time I came across a scotch egg with black pudding was when I was in Oxford. I was busy, in a bit of a rush. But paused to glance through the menu outside a pub in one of … Continue reading
I was actually looking for the non-descript little restaurant offering a breakfast buffet that I found yesterday. When I bumped into the Little Shop in Market St at the bottom end in Brighton. It was the soups which caught my … Continue reading
I am not sure what this is. It is apparently Chaem. But more than that I do not know. That is other than the fact that it is crisp, has a slightly sweet taste and is delicious when eaten fresh … Continue reading
Author Notes: Savoury, crispy French toast. Salty, with a heavy kick of black pepper. This was one of my favorite Sunday breakfasts growing up, the smell of the toasts frying up a scent memory that still takes me back. This … Continue reading
We offer a wide selection of healthy, light meals including this Goats Cheese Salad with roasted tomato, beetroot and marinated cucumber. NV-80 offers guests intimate indoor dining, an alfresco balcony for sundowners and a chic centre bar, giving one a … Continue reading
Recently opened The Royal Siam Thai in Memorial Square offers an exciting combination of sushi as well as authentic traditional Thai cuisine.
Khans Takeaways have a stall at the Outeniqua Farmers Market offering crispy samosas. They also serve and a generous Mutton Curry which is well worth trying. Indian curry in the Garden Route
It is not easy to find Scotch Eggs on the Garden Route. Mary used to sell them together with her homemade pies at the Friday Market. But that was awhile ago.