When the popular steakhouse Black Angus closed last year, we should’ve known it would not be the last we would see of Dale Schreuder. Dale has been in the restaurant business for 30 years, so there can be no doubt he would find a new venture in this space. And that he did: Dale has recently opened Harvest Culture Eaterie, a modern bistro that serves the steaks he is so well known for, as well as vegetarian and vegan dishes. It also includes a deli section, which stocks a range of fresh bakes, cold meats, cheeses, preserves and jams, legumes and nuts, and more.
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Joining Dale on this new journey is Chef Marc Redman and Mitchell van Niekerk, Dale’s business partner and general manager of Harvest Culture Eaterie. Both men worked with Dale previously at Black Angus, so this combination is bound to result in another winning restaurant. And Chef Mark’s menu definitely doesn’t disappoint.
Portions are generous and a wide range means everyone will find something to suit their taste buds. For starters, choose from options such as steak tartare, Korean cauliflower wings and prawn ravioli. For mains, don’t miss Dale’s Famous Special Reserve 21 Fillet if you’re in the mood for meat. Other options include duck breast, pork belly, line fish, smoked brisket and vegan bolognaise. Be sure to keep room for dessert: there are two excellent vegan dishes on offer – vegan chocolate cheesecake and raw vegan key lime pie.
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