'Fireroom Sushi and Grill is lit'

FireRoom is all about fire and flames.

This is how the owner of the Fireroom Sushi and Grill restaurant describes his 'social space'.

Featuring on the Azania Mosaka show's Friday Food Feature, George Cavallinea and Drieaan says they tick each other off most times but their passion keeps them going.

They both say the concept of the Fireroom is 'lit'.

The restaurant is my social life. It's important to bring the element of fun into a work place.

George Cavallinea, Co-owner

We put a lot of passion and effort to get the right flavours together.

Drieaan, Co-owner

Listen to the full interview here and where to locate them:


This article first appeared on 702 : 'Fireroom Sushi and Grill is lit'


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