Tag Archives: Halaal

Making Memories in Asian Cooking Classes

So, this is one of the things that have keeping me busy and off blogging for a while 🙂 in a good way… Alhamdulillah the cooking classes has been taking so well. The cooking classes attendees and I had so much fun. So much pleasure walking the Asian culture that I have grown up with. Continue reading Making Memories in Asian Cooking Classes

Outspan Seafood Restaurant, Kalk Bay

Latest Update: their kitchen is remained halaal. They don’t sell alcohol. However guests are welcomed to bring their alcohol. Meaning they are not strictly halaal any longer.

Slms and hi all,

So a good some times ago, my friend and I went for a drive to Kalk Bay.  At the spur of the moment I thought great, then we can try out Outspan Restaurant that recently converted into fully halaal eatery.  It’s a great choice for that side of the world as halaal eateries with no alcohol in the premises are scarce in that area. We have passed Outspan in one or two weekends but it looked so full all the time  so glad that I could try it out for early lunch midweek. Continue reading Outspan Seafood Restaurant, Kalk Bay

Tiramisu (Non Alcoholic)

Tiramisu, the popular Italian dessert is mostly made with kahlua or other liquer. Surprisingly, when I made a little research on tiramisu, initially, the traditional tiramisu (1960s) was made with no liquor.

I’ve found this recipe many years ago, can’t remember the resources. The recipe has been changed and adapted especially in liquor part to be non alcoholic. Continue reading Tiramisu (Non Alcoholic)

3 Degrees Ice Cream Emporium

Cappuccino, ice cream, churros and ice cream.

Last school holiday I took the kiddies to try out 3 Degrees Ice Cream Emporium which recently opened in Belvedere Rd. First impression that the shop is spacious, cheery with clean look. The colorful ice cream on displays has got to contribute on the cheery atmosphere around the shop. Continue reading 3 Degrees Ice Cream Emporium

Simply India Foreshore

Last night my family and I had a pleasant dining experience in recently opened Simply India, in Foreshore (another branch is in Hout Bay market).  The restaurant is located right next to Park Inn Hotel Foreshore. There are parking lots in and around Simply India. While it’s not  occupying  a big space,  the setting is intimate and authentic. I love the lighting, the setting and the candlelit on the tables. There are 3 large tables and some high tables and chairs. Continue reading Simply India Foreshore