Lacking the correct foods means lacking the nutrients your brain requires to operate at optimum, which means that if you’re not eating the good stuff you’re likely to put your phone in the freezer, your hairbrush in the CD cabinet and your dog in the pantry. Get your fill of nutrients with any mouth-watering main meal at Café 1999 for only R52.
Situated in the cosmopolitan area of Berea, Café 1999 is rated as one of the top elite restaurants in Durban. The epitome of trendy elegance, this top elite restaurant is nothing short of vibrant. Café 1999 is the place to be seen if you want to boost your popularity a notch or twelve and to re-fuel your body and brain. Take a breather from your mother-in-law’s cooking and your desperate attempts at home-assembled nutrition.
The Café 1999 experience is exciting for your taste-buds. Their Mediterranean menu is centred around the seasons, using only the finest local and imported ingredients resulting in delicious food. Chef Marcelle Roberts is an award winning food fundi that does magical things with Mother Nature’s gifts of nourishment. These Mediterranean gifts of deliciousness are made for sharing, so thrill someone with your smart choice in restaurants and impress them with your smart conversation about the traditions of Mediterranean cultures.
Be spoiled with the choices of Café 1999’s tastefully prepared meals. Strawberry and Leek risotto with black pepper and Mascarpone pasta will boost your Vitamin C and potassium levels giving you the power to see in the dark, like a superhero. Sesame and ginger crusted chicken fillets stacked on ginger roasted sweet potato, rocket, cashew nuts, sweet chilli dressing and topped with cucumber ribbons will give you an all-round boost of iron, magnesium, zinc and some other extremely important vitamins required to make a brain function above ground level.
Food for thought: Glue was used to build a pasta bridge that could support two-and-a-half tons, unfortunately children ate the glue and left the pasta which resulted in the bridge falling down. No children were hurt in the process.