Another halaal eatery that we’ve tried in Port Elizabeth on our overnight stay was South Blvd Cafe, Port Elizabeth.
South Blvd Cafe is situated in such a beautiful location, overlooking the harbour. We went there in a perfect morning for breakfast. There are few tables outside where you can dine and enjoy the view. The rest of the tables are inside although the doors are fully opened when we came.
The waiter was all friendly and accommodating. There were only other two tables occupied that December morning, yet we waited for our food quite a bit.
So we ordered from the breakfast menu. The one menu called Walmer Road (R55). Everything was nice and delicious except for the spiced beef that I would have expected to be grilled or fried (maybe at the same time with the eggs?) 🙂
The French Toast was a bit of disappointment. I would have expected a stack of French Toast topped with grilled spiced beef and cheese with runny maple syrup on top. Instead the french toast was sandwiched. Oh well, that is new for me 🙂
I wish we stayed longer in PE to try their lunch or supper menu. I am sure I would’ve enjoyed the lunch more than the breakfast. On the menu was burgers, salad, pastas, grills, butter chicken, sandwiches and wraps. Price wise is really affordable, the most expensive on the menu was 300 gr Fillet Steak serve with chips or rice, salad and sauce for R150.
Smoothies, milk shakes, coffees, juice and soft drinks are also in the menu.
South Blvd Cafe is available for functions or parties and conference as well as catering. I peered on their FB page, pics of private functions are great. From the FB page, many were satisfied with their private functions.
PS: Although South Blvd Cafe is located right in the main road, there is no access from there. You need to drive through the side road, or just get your GPS 🙂
South Blvd Cafe, Port Elizabeth (strictly halaal)
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape Nelson Mandela Bay (South End Museum Complex)