Welcome to your Durban food guide. The guide looks at some popular restaurants and a few hidden gems that will leave you coming back for more. While all of these places offer delicious food, they are also filled with history, some dating back to the 1800s. Without further ado, here are some places to add to your Durban food tour.
Khuraka, Durban North
Khuraka restaurant, at the Endless Horizons Boutique Hotel, offers guests an immersive experience. Khuraka, which means forage in Hindi, uses fine-dining dishes to showcase the province’s rich history and culture through food. The menu is a fusion of Indian, African and British flavours. Khuraka draws on the heritage of the KwaZulu-Natal settlements in the mid-1800s, drawing inspiration from the early Indian fishing communities and the battles between Zulu leaders on the banks of the Tugela River. The menu is seasonal. Located at 108 Umhlanga Rocks Drive. Call 0315640360
Durban Holocaust and Genocide Centre, North Beach
The Circle Café, at the Durban Holocaust and Genocide Centre, has a rich history. The site was once a club for the Jewish community. It was founded by a couple in 1919 and once served as a small canteen for soldiers during World War II. The Circle Café was established to support the Durban Holocaust and Genocide Centre and is open to all visitors. After a museum tour, guests can enjoy the fresh air and soothing sound of the water fountain while they tuck in to the freshly made treats. Try their fried fish, salmon bagels, potato latkes or their famous cheesecake.There is also a gift shop at the café. Located on 44 KE Masinga Road. Call 0313681766.