A Venison Burger at Bay Harbour Market

YUM! That is all I can say about this absolutely more-ish burger that I had at the Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay. We met up with friends at this funky market where it is difficult to get a table, so you become a bit like a lion and pounce when the time is right. I enjoyed this burger with an ice cold Hansa Pilsner half pint (mostly I like the glass rather than the beer … what a chick)! The others enjoyed a pizza (super thin base) and seafood paella. What a splendid way to spend the afternoon. My burger was huge and piled high with goodness. The patti was perfectly cooked and even though I could only get through half of it it was well worth every penny. We finished off our meal with a waffle topped with salted caramel (a recent find that I am slightly addicted to), rum and raisin sauce (potent 3 month soaked raisins – not for the faint hearted) and hazelnut ice-cream. Also most yummy delish! Loved the day, perfect way for a Sunday me thinks!


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3 thoughts on “A Venison Burger at Bay Harbour Market

  1. Arlene says:

    Yum yum yum – beats the teeny tiny three sliders I had in New York that cost me $88! But I did get it at Pete’s Tavern, the oldest pub in NY and the place O. Henry wrote his famous story ‘ Gifts of the Magi’

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