Unlike the Cape, driving through Durban farmlands will not provide that, cow, pole, pole, cow, cow experience. In fact in Durban it’s more like peach farm, apple farm, pole, banana farm. This is because the cows in Durban are something special and are hardly seen by the public eye due to all the time they spend in the cow-spas. At least, that’s the case with the cows who provide the delicious meat for RJ’s Steakhouse. Enjoy a delicious 750g T-bone steak for R79 and nosh on a large portion of chips and onion rings.
Because RJ’s isn’t an ordinary steakhouse, they don’t use ordinary beef and select only the best AAA grade beef to serve up on a plate beside their golden brown chips and onion rings. The choice of sauces go through a strenuous selection process to ensure that they’re good enough to sit beside the AAA T-Bone steak and accompany the chips and onion rings. The T-Bone steak itself is aged to near perfection and chargrilled to your individual preference.
Whether you prefer your steak well done or simply kissed by the grill, the chefs at RJ’s are “steak preferential connoisseurs” and will be able to ascertain what kind of steak guy or gal you are by simply glancing through the crack in the kitchen door. Hence should you see a few beady eyes staring at you from the kitchen (and they aren’t attached to a prawn) don’t be alarmed.
Perfect for a night out with friends or just for a night out with yourself, RJ’s is the place to be for any Durbanite in search of a warm and cosy restaurant where the food ain’t too bad either.
Steak fact: During the war, steaks were used as ear muffs in mental institutions across the Brazil. These were only used in the day time though as Brazil nuts were found to be more comfortable to sleep with during the night.