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Opens Friday: New Restaurant Serves Up Street-Style Fusion Food in Obz
Fresh from Vancouver, a local chef returns to bring the city a taste of his Canadian catering style
There are no boundaries or limitations when it comes to serving delicious food, which is part of the thinking behind the name of a new restaurant in Observatory featuring elevated street food.
No Fixed Address, the brainchild of South African-born chef Steve Duke, opens its doors (at 76 Main Road, Observatory) on Friday 17 August, bringing a fusion of unique Asian and Mediterranean street-style food to locals. With a passion for originality and unique flavour, each dish on the small but select menu is infused with unique flavours and a touch of the chef’s passion. Signature dishes include the slow braised lamb shank and butternut green curry and Chef Steve’s personal recommendation – sticky toffee pudding with a salted bourbon caramel.
No Fixed Address is an established catering brand created by Steve Duke in Canada, starting as an underground restaurant creating intimate dinners. The award-winning chef has catered for many international celebrities, including for Michael Bublé’s 40th birthday and has been featured on Food Network.
The restaurant itself reflects the uniqueness of the menu, it’s eclectic – a mix of quirky, comfort, vibrancy and eccentricity. Not only passionate about food, Steve also has a strong sense of community and a love of art. This is reflected in the vibey street artwork work outside the restaurant, created by Luntu Vumazonke and friends.
We’re excited to be among the first guests to eat at No Fixed Address and will bring you further details after the launch, don’t miss the update, subscribe to our newsletter.
No Fixed Address
76 Main Road, Observatory
073 070 5386
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