Friday Feast Food Review | Osetra

We were invited to Osetra in Kalk Bay to have a menu sampling earlier this week.

Situated on the main road of the bustling fishing village, which has numerous antiques, collectibles and curio stores as well as a variety of places to eat.

Their tones of grey and minimalist decor with a modern chic twist adds a lovely vibe and setting with the harbour and beach just across the road.

First on the tasting menu was a variety of good tasty sushi and some salmon pops.

Edwill enjoyed the poke bowl with a Saronsberg 2017 Provenance Shiraz. They have an extensive wine list which is available for tasting, by the glass or bottle.

We then got a taste of the beef spring rolls, showing the variety of the menu as there is something  for everyone, including vegetarians too. img_20190116_192950

I think from the mains tasting menu they kept the best for last as the seared tuna with a sesame seed crust on a bed of pak choi and deep fried potato crisps was so delicious. I would go back just to have this.

The dessert options are the classics but oh so yummy, we got to taste a soft creamy and just the right amount of flavor creme brulee, vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce and biscotti and the most delicious chocolate fondant. I got to taste a bite of the waffle with a  berry compote and think I need to have that the next time I go as my dessert with the seared tuna mains.

As Kalk Bay is well known as a shopping destination in the South Peninsula, the Osetra Shop offers a bespoke shopping experience with a fully licensed wine boutique, deli and retail shop so be sure to check it out before you head off after enjoying your meal.

Do leave us a comment if you have been and tell us about your experience and what you had from the menu and don’t forget to leave them a review on Facebook and give them a follow on Instagram and Twitter too.

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