Friday, 17 February 2017

Restaurant of The Week

Artisan pizzas, scrumptious sushi, delectable desserts, world class cocktails and Cape wines are cuisines which are constantly being pushed to creative boundaries at the Throbbing Strawberry. We asked Grant Murphy, the owner of Throbbing Strawberry a few Tasty questions.


Where and why is the restaurant located in its current destination?
A: Throbbing Strawberry is located in Douglasdale, Fourways, est in 2006 , it is located there because Douglasdale is a very diverse bustling suburb with lots of different cultures.

What is the culture, vibe and style of the restaurant?
A: The style is unpretentious, welcoming to all customer, we cater for the discerning connoisseur to the chilled laid back creative hippy. Vibe is buzzing.

How would you classify you restaurant (bistro, cafe)?
A: Modern European influence , strong French and Italian, fourways being so diverse we also serve sushi and sublime grills. 



How did the name come about?
A:The name refers to throbbing meaning the vibe, heartbeat of the place and strawberry referring to freshness, unique.

Who is the head chef? What dish is the chef's personal favourite and why?
A: Grant Murphy owner I design all meals, my head chef is Nikita Zoulis , chefs favourite dish is seared salmon.

What is your signature dish?
A: Signature dish is fillet bordelaise.

What are your 3 most popular dishes?
A: Duck confit, lamb cutlets, wrapped rump.




Where can people follow you on social media?
A: All platforms.

What is your food and design inspiration?
A: Inspiration is from the likes of Anthony Bourdain, Led Zeppelin and classic chefs like Marco Pierre white, to be a rock and not to roll, after 25 years in the business my objectives are to train and inspire young Restauranteur's to follow there heart, take risks travel and believe in themselves.




Thank you Grant and the Throbb team for sharing with our grate users!

To find out more about this week's restaurant check out the website @ http://throbb.co.za/throbbing-strawberry/

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