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Let’s meet at Eat Street

The holidays are upon us, and there’s no better time to enjoy great food and drinks. Eat Street at Ballito Lifestyle Centre boasts an impressive selection of restaurants and bars in a casual, al-fresco street scene environment with both indoor and outdoor seating. From sushi and cocktails, to burgers and craft beer, there are plenty of reasons to pop in this festive season.

Experience discernment made simple at 45 on Eat Street. This is a place for families and friends to connect and feel comfortable in a sophisticated yet casual environment. More than just a place to eat incredible food, you will find stunning décor and design and superb service. The attention to detail all adds up to a polished yet uncomplicated experience.

SOI55 Thai Eatery embraces the streetfood culture of Thailand. Run by owner and head chef, Goo Imthawin, and set in an upscale ambiance, this unique Thai fusion cuisine promises to take your taste buds to the sois of Bangkok.

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Yori Oki is big on Japan, big on flavour and big on atmosphere. Indulge in the flavours of Japan, on both a sensory and culinary level, in this intimate, beautifully designed space. Yori Oki prides itself on flavour, precision and perfection.

Alchemy is all about celebrating craft booze and proudly stocks craft drinks produced in South Africa, with a strong focus on gin. Be sure to try one of their gin-based cocktails and soak up the vibe with some of their delicious tapas-style snacks.

Inspired by the Mediterranean way of life, and the pleasures of eating together, Attikos’ authentic dishes celebrate a rich culture. Relax and share their mezze, choose a freshly prepared dish from their Souvla Coal Grill or Yiro Bar, or indulge in a traditional Greek meal from their family kitchen.

Zaras Cafe offers an array of continental-style dishes that include extraordinary breakfasts, salads, speciality meals, delectable pastries and breads, and rich aromatic coffees. Be sure to visit Dear Custard within the store which is an exciting counter specialising in custard deserts and pastries.

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LUPA Ballito is a neighbourhood trattoria that serves up delicious Italian food with generosity and warm hospitality. Using only the freshest ingredients they offer wholesome, seasonal pizzas, pastas, seafood and secondi, seasoned with distinctly Italian flavours.

Beira Alta offers delicious Portuguese cuisine with a distinct spicy African influence. Sit back, relax and enjoy their famous flame-grilled free-range chickens or pan-fried prawns smothered in their secret peri peri sauce!

The Pottery is a casual, alfresco-style café and pottery store that offers a truly unique shopping and crafting experience. Browse the funky and colourful retail space, while painting pottery and sipping on a locally roasted coffee or a freshly pressed juice.

Tiger’s Milk, the latest addition to Eat Street, offers dude food, made good, with a menu that takes pizza, grills and burgers to the next level. Pair these with a locally made Tiger’s Milk Lager and you are sure to leave satisfied.

Peron Peron is an authentic Argentinian grill with an emphasis on the flavours of Buenos Aires and a focus on different cuts and choices of beef. Their forté is aged steaks cooked on open fires over wood and charcoal. Signature dishes include charcoal-grilled fillet on the bone, ribeye and picanha.

For handcrafted beer, using only the finest ingredients in natural processes with no artificial additives, Robsons is the place to go. Just real, good beer for real beer lovers as well as great food from their restaurant and bar, adjoining The Market.

Enjoy good vibes on Eat Street, with live music every weekend, plus lunch and dinner daily from 15 Dec – 6 Jan. Visit www.ballitolifestylecentre.co.za/events for more details.


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