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Prashad Cafe

Prashad Cafe
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Cost
R100 avg main meal
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Food
Indian
Payment
Mastercard, Visa

Critic's review

Graham Howe

Food
North Indian fare meets Durban curry on a menu that tempts, with a delicious range of breyani, korma, curry and dhalls. All dishes are vegetarian – and over half of the dishes are vegan (marked with a V, as well as GF for gluten free). Order on the spice thermometer from mild to medium and hot. However you like the heat, you can enjoy most dishes in a bunny chow, wrap, roti or bowl to share.

Start with a platter of scrumptious homemade samoosas (the sweet corn, spinach and paneer or spicy soya mince are firm favourites), papadum and chilli bites (bhaji) – with a garlic naan or filled paratha (stuffed with potato or vegan cheese) on the side. Don’t forget the spicy condiments that will tickle your taste buds – like mango pickle and coriander chutney – and enhance all the flavours. The paneer is fresh, light and sublime; the dhal is ethereal and wholesome; and the breyani is layered with authentic spices.

Don’t miss the signature ‘mock chicken’ or ‘mock prawn’ (both made from textured soya) in either a creamy coconut korma or Durban-style curry. The matar mushroom and peas in a creamy gravy and butter bean curry are also very good – and showcase the best of Durban and North Indian traditions.

Leave space for the fabulous vegan chocolate cake and the vegan carrot cake.

Drinks
No alcohol is allowed here but chill over a delicious mango lassie, chai and masala tea, or try a trendy range of kombucha and raw organic juices.

Service
Warm, attentive and great for advice on the menu.

Ambience
Cosy and comfortable in an intimate café with laid-back vibes.

(September 2018)

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User reviews

  • Great veg curries, affordable prices, central location. It's not much os a sit-down place, but that's ok.
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  • Prashad is a sister vegetarian / vegan restaurant of the sister restaurant Maharaja! They have some really exceptional curries. The food has always been consistent and service good. Definitely give it a try!
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  • I love everything about this place especially, of course, the food. This week I tried the Vegan Soya-chicken biryani and the Honest hot chocolate. The biryani is very appetising, wonderful in aroma and taste. A treat for any vegan :) Whilst I generally endorse any establishment promoting and providing vegetarian and vegan food, Prashad Cafe and its Ronderbosch equivalent has quickly moved to the top of my 'best places to eat' list. As a Vegan and a Foodie, I have eaten Indian food in different parts of the world including Paris, India and Seychelles...Prashad Cafe's Vegan Soya-chicken biryani is the best I have had so far. And the hot chocolate is pretty cool too.
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