The contemporary (and widely acclaimed) South African small plate restaurant with old fashioned charm, is spawning a sister venture - right next door. Expect a curated 'tapas style' menu of modern European dishes that also draws inspiration from head chef Patrick Williams’ South African roots.
Patrick opened the family-run Kudu with partner Amy Corbin, for whom restaurants run in the family - father Chris Corbin is behind the likes of The Wolseley and Brasserie Zédel. Smokey Kudu, billed as a cocktail bar, has also opened down the road at 133 Queens Road.
Potato flatbreads with smoked fresh curd or smoked mackerel mousse; whole braai fish with homemade roti and market greens; lamb belly with panko crumbs and glazed onions and cockles with ember oil, broth & sea greens.