For this week’s Tayla Tastes, I visited The Kindred Kitchen, a plant-based restaurant and smoothie bar in Richmond Hill for my very first vegan dining experience.
This week’s Tayla Tastes took me to Banneton Bakery & Cafe in the heart of Walmer. While this is only the second instalment of my food journey in Port Elizabeth, I may already have found my favourite budget ‘Tayla Tastes’.
Port Elizabethans are well acquainted with Stanley Street and its fare – from the cocktail concoctions at Salt, to the woodfire pizzas of Angelos, and the tasty tapas on offer at Two Olives. With so many restaurants to choose from, I find it difficult to stray from the options I’m so comfortable with, and explore the rest of the street in search of something new – and perhaps a new favourite to find foodie comfort in.
If you’ve driven down Main Road, Walmer recently, you may have noticed a big, modern building that’s popped up out of nowhere! This building – The 1054 – is home to a few local businesses, including my new foodie favourite, Hello. It’s Me! This trendy restaurant and coffee shop is my new favourite hangout, and there are a number of reasons why it has fast become a popular spot in PE. If you’re looking for an excuse to make your way to this restaurant, here are five reasons to visit Hello. It’s Me.
We all have a few favourites that we order time and time again when we dine out at a restaurant. These five foods and drinks happen to be my favourite things to order when I visit Savages Fine Food in Park Drive, Port Elizabeth. These menu items come highly recommended, so give them a try the next time you find yourself at this top PE restaurant!