No reservation? No problem. Last-minute pop-ins welcome.
More often than not you want to make dinner or brunch plans impulsively.
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Unfortunately, during summer, with an influx of tourists and locals alike, eateries tend to fill up fast.
Luckily, we found a few coffee, curry and sea-side spots for balmy night pop-ins:
The Glenwood Bakery makes artisanal bread and a limited range of pastries.
It has a small cafe attached to it which offers simple, classic cafe food.
It als hosts pizza evenings every week night. Yaaaaas!
They don't take any bookings so be there early. (starts 5pm).
Grab a coffee or sweet treat at this cool urban coffee roastery. Inspired by Mzanzi's urban landscape and the diverse people that call it home, it's a must when in Durbs.
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One of the most Instagrammable coffee spots in Durban, set in the Station Drive’s Warehouse, it's a must for a flat white and a nice pic.
This chilled out eatery sits on Addington Beach. Enjoy fresh food by the seaside as you breathe in a spot that defines Durban surfing culture.
Pop into this curry house serving up some of the best curries Durban has to offer. Indulge in the epic Bunny Chow.
A part of the Durban eating culture since 1994, Circus Circus is a restaurant and cafe, offering customers a wide variety of meals: salads, steaks, seafood, pastas and curries to name a few of the choices on the menu. Or if you prefer, pop in for a cortado, flat white, cappuccino or the like, perfectly brewed by one of our baristas.
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