A taste of Moroccan lifestyle, now in Hillcrest advertorial

2016-11-08 06:00
Band members (from left) Gerald Sloan, George Mari and Trevor Donjeany.

Band members (from left) Gerald Sloan, George Mari and Trevor Donjeany.

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YOSSI’S is a vibey day-night Moroccan restaurant started in 2004 in an old house in the heart of Glenwood. It started as a small daytime café, but soon grew into a late night venue due to its vibe, interesting and well priced food.
It has received great attention from several magazines due to its uniqueness and for the renaissance it has created in the area. A great following of international and local patrons from Ballito to Hillcrest are attracted to Yossi’s.

The starters are a wide variety of mezze items from humus and tahina to stuffed falafel with feta and herbed­ lamb meatballs stuffed with olives. Mains include dishes from lamb tagines to our popular Moroccan chicken parcel slow baked in phyllo pastry.

Not forgetting our tender and tasteful lamb shanks. You can chill on a couch and enjoy a hookah pipe with our famous house special Turkish Tiger shooter which is a condensed milk and cream based nightcap. A selection of styled cocktails are available for those wishing for a casual drink.

Yossi’s have now opened its doors in Hillcrest and owners Neale and La’Verne Rampono welcome all.

A launch event was held at the restaurant to celebrate the news store featuring The Belly dancers from Belly Fusion and The Mari Live band, which created a pleasant and vibey atmosphere.


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