Foods to expect at the Durban Street Food Festival PICTURE: Supplied
Tickle your taste buds and experience the melting pot of flavours, cultures, sounds and sights that made Durban the cosmopolitan smorgasbord it is today.

From bunny chows and shisa nyama, walky talkys and burgers, seafood, Asian, vegan cuisine and tastes from every corner of our sophisticated city, the third annual Durban Street Food Festival is here.

With over sixty of Durban’s best food and craft vendors, the Durban Street Food Festival celebrates the ethnic diversity of Durban through food, music, art and social connections.
For a taste of Durban's Indian heritage, try a bunny chow: a quarter-, half-, or full-loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with the curry of your choice. Picture: File photo
“We are expecting over 7000 people this year over the four days. This year is amazing; we have a wider culinary range of food and craft available showcasing Durban’s finest vendors. Durban Street Food Festival is really something different from your normal food festivals here in KwaZulu-Natal," said the organiser, Georgios Kretsos*.

"We have a full packed line-up of great local music everyday from Veranda Panda, Robin Thirdfloor, Eazy Freaks, Freddy L and Palm Tree Paradise just to name a few. Plus some great family fun activities, a Gin and Tonic garden and a wine tasting section."

Food from Roti and Chai, a South African street food concept that brings an authentic taste of Indian street food. Picture: Roti and Chai

The event goers can taste the raw ingredients that make up the rich cultures of Durban in celebration of Heritage month by indulging in the unique flavours of Durban’s legendary inner-city and coastal vendors like , Prawn Star, Afro’s, Gloria Jeans Coffee, The Durban Pop-up shop, Satisfied, Smooth Operator, Sugarlicious, Fred’s Pizza Truck, Kandy Man and a whole lot more.

The Durban Street Food Festival will be happening this weekend, from the 22nd until the 25th at The Pavillion Shopping Centre.

Cover charge is R50 per day or R110 on pre-sale for all four days.

* CORRECTION: We have corrected the name of the festival's organiser, Georgios Kretsos. (21/09/17 at 13:38)