Woolworths TASTE

Five minutes with… Siv Ngesi

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Why the love for Carne?

There’s a family feel here that I really love. Also, it’s won a lot of awards for its steak. It’s simple and affordable. But the coolest thing about this place is that when I’m here, I don’t want to leave. It’s actually the only restaurant where I’ll order a starter, a main and a dessert. It kind of feels like home.

Your regular order?

The fillet on the bone,

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