Social media users met on Facebook this week to complain that they became ill after illness after eating in the Old Town of Italy.
The opening hours in Umhlanga have since confirmed that they are aware of eleven cases including patrons who had breakfast at the restaurant.
He says there is a need to take steps to solve this problem. Old Italy says it is in touch with the Department of Health.
Resident in Durban Nicola Jenvey also says that 15 of her family members have also worsened after a family run in the Hillcrest competition two weeks ago.
"We have a family run competition, and one of the competitors brought a pudding cream with no cooked whole cooking. Of the 20 plus competitors – 15 of us were disabled, seven in the hospital, three in the hospital, the other five in the milder cases, the other five in the milder cases, "Jenvey said.
Meanwhile, the authorities are working to point out the source of salmonella in Durban and its surroundings.
ECR Consumer Expert Wendy Knowler told Jane Linley-Thomas that according to the South African Association of Poultry – an egg from a supplier of the old city of Italy has been tested and found not to be a source of salmonella.
Knowler says he is talking to Colin Steenhuisen of the South African Fowl Association.
"They went to suppliers of eggs – who are not named – where the tests were done and sent to the lab, saying that these eggs were not a source of salmonella and saying that salmonella contaminates the environment, a knife or a cutting board, but it was not an egg," said Knowler .
Listen to that full conversation with the Knowler below.