My girlfriends and I love eating out and trying new restaurants. Last week Friday we decided to check out Salushi restaurant, an Asian restaurant which offers quality dining in a warm and relaxed environment. The ambiance of Salushi restaurant is quite warm, relaxed and the staff are very friendly.
These cocktails were delicious and quite reasonably priced. Its the kinda cocktail you need after a long day when the girls get together 😉 We ordered the original Mojito (R39), Frozen Fruit Daiquiri (R42), Blue Margarita (R32) and whiskey on the rocks.
Just a side note, if you are ordering normal tap water, you will be charged for it and the glass/jar. The funds are then donated to charity.
The starters were delicious, the spring rolls were light, crispy and decadent. But the spicy calamari stole the show, it was tender and crispy on the outside.
Rice paper chicken rolls with crunchy veg and pan fried chicken wrapped in a rice paper cone, served with a peanut sauce.
Vegetable and prawn, cheese and coriander spring rolls.
Crispy fried spicy calamari
I ordered the noodles marinated with sweet and sour beef strips. It had the right balance of sweet and sour, the beef was tender and the noodles was cooked to perfection! Topped with sesame seeds and spring onion for extra crunch … MMMMMMMM
Portia had the noodles with chicken strips wok seared in a Malay coconut style curry sauce, vegetables and fresh chilli.
Shannon and Deidre had chicken noodles, roasted with chilli and cashew nut.
We ended off with Lindt chocolate and almond springrolls, with a serving of ice- cream. These springrolls were quite huge, so brace yourself!
Lindt dark chocolate pots de crème
Overall, its quite a trendy little spot in Claremont. I will definitely go back for those noodles!
You can view their website here: http://www.salushi.com/
Love and light,