We ended our journey at the upmarket Company Social Brasserie on 49 beach road humewood in Port Elizabeth where we had dinner. At the entrance, we were warmly greeted by one of the staff members who helped us find a table for the family. The service was excellent and environment impeccable.
The restaurant is beautifully laid out and diners can enjoy their meals while noticing soothing sounds of waves crashing on the beach.
For main, we had succulent rosemary charred lamb chops served with slow roasted baby onion, green peppercorn rubbed pork cutlets served with thyme infused apple compote, grilled leeks and sweet mustard sauce, as well as roasted red pepper and chicken pizza with bacon and feta, finished off with fresh basil and avocado. The thin base pizza was the best – you should try it one day you are in PE.
For dessert, we had Trio of artisanal ice cream and chocolate brownie served with rooibos and honey ice cream.
Company Social Brasserie delivered to our expectations and I have no doubt that the new menu the restaurant will be launching soon will not disappoint.
As the name suggests, Company Social Brasserie believes in the forgotten art of social dining. The restaurant believes sharing a meal leads to shared conversation, shared ideas and connections. It’s all about connecting perfect strangers to unique and unforgettable dining experiences. Sharing good food and good company is what it is all about.
The restaurant is run by individuals who are passionate about serving delicious and beautifully presented dishes, complimented by a relaxed and attentive service. Company Social Brasserie prides itself on serving fresh local produce. Their artisanal breads are sourced fresh from the neighbourhood bakery daily.