Many years ago, Durban sprung a true Gem, and till this day the service and vibe makes a story worth sharing. I remember many years ago, as a little boy visiting this Restaurant and being wowed by the view, and boy, what a view it was. Check out this story of a place, not to be forgotten...http://bit.ly/1Iw6c5n
Time for a few, "I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW'S"......Did you know, "Restaurants Have Been Around Forever. Well, almost forever. The concept of selling food for profit goes back to ancient civilizations, including ancient Rome and China, where street vendors sold bread and wine to people in cities. Fast forward several centuries to the Middle Ages and the roadside inn is the earliest form of our modern day sit-down restaurant. Of course, the menu choices were strictly chef’s choice and patrons had no choice but to dine family style."
So, if you started a Restaurant, what would you name it? Choosing a restaurant name is as important as deciding what type of food you are going to serve. A good restaurant name is easy to remember and easy to spell. It may reflect your restaurant’s theme, its location or simply be a play on words. The important thing to consider when choosing a restaurant name is the impression it will leave on customers. So, if you started a Restaurant, What would you call it?
Rule 20 of 20 of no no’s when visiting a Restaurant: (This is the cardinal Rule, well I guess, for some) Don’t reveal what happens at the end of the latest must-watched series, just to show that you’ve already seen it overseas, or that you have Netflix or putlocker, or a teenage son who knows how to download it illegally for free. We haven’t seen it, and we could be seeing it now, actually… but you were rude enough to invite us to dinner, so shut up!
Rule 19 of 20 of no no’s when visiting a Restaurant: Don’t boast about the value of your property. Since rising house prices are (a) the only thing keeping most middle-aged homeowners from the bread line, and (b) preventing those same homeowners’ children from finding anywhere to live, the topic is unavoidable. But no one likes to hear anyone swank about the lottery-style bonanza they’ve just enjoyed from, say, the sale of their four-bed terraced house in Umhlanga – especially not if, hypothetically, the listener sold their identical residence in 1993 for a measly R400,000. But who’d have been daft enough to do that, hey?
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