Restaurant Posts
By Daryll Williams | November 19, 2019

Chapter 6: Asian

Urbanologi

The menu is divided into raw, cured, steamed, fried, kushiyaki (meaning skewered and grilled) and dessert. If you’re dining alone, make sure to pick one from each.

Why go?

Say yes to the churros served with lime frozen yoghurt, cinnamon and orange jelly for dessert—they’re light and fresh and go beautifully with the suggested glass of Yardstick pinot noir.

Details

a: 1 Fox Street, Ferreirasdorp
t: +27 11 492 1399
w: www.urbanologi.co.za
h: Monday—Saturday: 12pm‒4pm, 7pm‒10pm

Photograph: Urbanologi


Momo Soko

Delicious Asian street cuisine favourites presented in a tapas-style menu—they beg a try, and some convivial sharing.

Why go?

Stand-outs include the Aconcagua, a tangy prawn skewer drizzled with ginger, scallions, garlic and sesame and made even more perfect with a squeeze of lemon; the green basil and mint topped lamb Matterhorn skewer; and the Kilimanjaro, chicken spiced with a chilli, cumin and ginger rub.

Details

a: 198 Oxford Rd, Illovo, Sandton
t: +27 10 900 3886
w: www.momobaohaus.com
h: Tuesday—Saturday: 11am–3.30pm, 5pm–9.30pm, Sundays: 11.30am–3.30pm

Photograph: Momo Soko

Featured image credit: Miguel Maldonado

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