Seabelle Restaurant

3 Reviews
Indian, Seafood, Steak
Phone Number 0329415551 Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 12 noon to 10pm

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Menu - sea belles - Updated November 2017


R100 avg main meal
Indian, Seafood, Steak
R100 avg main meal
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Alfresco, Child friendly, Functions, Licensed, Parking, Takeaways, Vegetarian, Wheelchair, WiFi
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3 Reviews
    This place really needs to be reevaluated. This 'famous' prawn curry must be some kind of magic to override everything else that constitutes a good eating experience. Being vegetarian I've only had the beans bunny chow. For some obscure unexplainable reason you cannot buy this as a sit in meal and can only take away. In addition, there is no outdoor or informal seating area option for 'take away' which is the norm at most Durban restaurants (see Jaipur Palace). Do not under any condition be tempted to try this restaurant, you will be sorely disappointed if not have your day ruined.
    The stole my money Our bill was R554 but they took R5 554 and up to now refuse to credit is. It's sad how such an old establishment treat their customers. Time has stood still, absolutely nothing to rave about. It's so sad that the owners have done nothing to keep up With better decor and their great location. The place actually looks dirty. I am not surprised by their service expected this. Our waiter disappeared on us soon after taking our order. The food, absolutely nothing to rave about. The famous prawn curry is ok, over stated. Dont even think about any of the other disgard besides curry, they know little about how make these. The only reason u would go here Is because u went there in your younger days and now have to take your family or kids, my best advice, let it go.

    Curry lovers in search of a great Durban curry be warned, give Seabelle in La Mercy a wide berth. My reputation as a former banana girl was at stake. I had promised to locate an unforgettable meal for two curry devotees (I should add I am not among them) following a disaster on a previous visit from Johannesburg. It was unforgettable but not in the way I hoped. A friend, alerted to my predicament, called me to share the advice of a Durban food critic that Seabelle was head and shoulders above the rest. This is how we experienced it. The restaurant had no record of my booking when we arrived at the less than salubrious, cavernous space that doubles as a nightclub in the evening. It was full, so I was almost prepared to put aside my prejudice about the dark and dingy surroundings. Four of us were seated at a table for 10 besides the speakers that were belching out so much noise that conversation was impossible. The others ordered hot mutton curry and briyani and against my better judgment I requested grilled prawns. Service is not a strong point but eventually greasy poppadoms arrived, and then naan (ditto). My prawns followed but the temptation to eat them was countered by their dryness and the pond of oil in which they were floating. The curry experts said while the flavour of their dishes was not abhorrent, the cooking oil showed its age and the promised heat was non-existent.
    Oh dear, my gastronomic reputation remains in tatters.
    PS This form obliges me to provide a star rating but given the option it would be 0, 0 and 0.

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