Sevruga Restaurant at the V&A Waterfront has relaunched with a fresh, new look, a new menu as well as a new owner – Mike Townsend, who founded Harbour House Group 20 years ago, and steadily grew the empire until he left early this year.
Sevruga relaunches as a 240-seater restaurant, with a premium, yet relaxed interior. Colour and tropical prints can be found indoors, with lighter more feminine touches when you step outside to the open air dining area.
The new Sevruga also showcases a brand new bar area as well as softer arches beautifully framing the wine fridges, fully stocked with proudly South African wines. When it comes to the food offering, only the best and freshest supply is good enough for the team. “A fresh approach is the only approach, you won’t find any frozen items on Sevruga’s menu” says Townsend.
Some of the new items to look out for include a starter of seared scallops served with cauliflower puree, crème fraiche, anchovy, caper berries and salmon roe; a main meal of pan fried prawns with garlic, chilli, lemon, parsley, smoked paprika aioli and your choice of hand cut chips or rice pilaf. Let’s not forget about dessert – Sevruga will be serving a classic crème brûleè served with boudoir biscuit and fresh berries. A feast for the eyes and taste buds!
“We have put together a team of the best staff Michael have worked with in the industry, including procurement, in-house design, graphic design, marketing, social media, kitchen operations, chefs, HR, admin, and front of house training in food and beverages. We cannot wait to showcase this incredible restaurant!” adds Townsend.
What a wonderful re-vamp! I am also super excited about the Poke bowl additions to the menu! Be sure to make a turn and pair it with some yummy Rascallion wines.