Brooklyn Seafood restaurant
Renowned for great seafood and meat dishes and a unique and inviting atmosphere, Crawdaddy’s Restaurant has amassed a vast following of locals and it’s easy to see why.Great value for money and superb service are just a few reasons for the success of this vibrant venue in central Brooklyn, Pretoria.Patrons may choose from a multitude of areas to sit, including an outside deck and a dining cellar for more private occasions.Superb seafood and meat dishes feature predominantly on the vast menu, as well as exciting fusions of local, Mediterranean, Thai and Portuguese cuisines. With light meals added to the mix, there is something for everyone at this lively spot.The decor is bold and energising with bright tablecloths and wall adornments.With an electric ambience throughout and friendly, attentive service, this eclectic and unique eatery in the heart of Brooklyn is a must-try!
Brooklyn Contemporary restaurant
Mugg & Bean is a relaxed, cosy restaurant and coffee shop that is ideal for a family dinner, business lunch, or a catching up with friends over a delicious cup of coffee. It is renowned for its famous bottomless coffee and giant muffins.
The extensive menu caters for everyone, including vegans and vegetarians. The breakfast menu has everything from a typical South African farm breakfast to New Orleans French Toast and a Designer Omelette. There is a variety of sandwiches to choose from, as well as gourmet burgers, salads and soups.
There is also a large selection of traditional favourties such as lasagne, steak, chops and ribs. The special kids’ menu offers everything from potatoes, to steak to milk and cookies. It is sure to leave the little ones satisfied.
The drinks menu has anything from milkshakes, smoothies, and iced coffee, to espresso, Horlicks and chai.
Brooklyn Portuguese restaurant
For delicious food with a Portuguese flair, O’Galito is the only place to go.
Patrons may enjoy their meals inside or out, upstairs or down, with plenty of seating on the bright and breezy terrace. Towards the evening, the tables are dressed up and adorned with candle burners to create a more formal look.
Though primarily a seafood restaurant, O’Galito proffers an eclectic menu with choices of sushi and various specialist Portuguese dishes such as peri peri chicken, steaks, espetada and oxtail.
A cooling room filled with a superb selection of wines to accompany your meal perfectly rounds off the impressive array of offerings available at O’Galito.
Restaurants near Brooklyn
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Hatfield South African restaurant
Hatfield(1.2 km from Brooklyn)
Exuding a designer ambiance and electric collection of works from young designers and photographers, 27th Café is a trendy hotspot on South Street.
The menu proffers light meals in a relaxed setting, with great cappucinos and delicious Turkish Strawberry smoothies.
Try the gorgonzola and pear croissant or dig into the chicken, sun-dried tomatoes and olive version, for heartier appetites try the three mini burgers in ham, cheese and a plain burger.
The low prices make this place very attractive, considering the trendy ambiance and additional gallery.
Groenkloof Pub Meals restaurant
Groenkloof(2.3 km from Brooklyn)
A great bustling atmosphere and an Old World kind of charm exudes. Traditional, hearty pub fare is served in large portions at affordable prices. Portuguese flavours and Mediterranean style is what you will find here. Together with warm and friendly service, it makes for a winning recipe.
Pretoria (Tshwane) South African restaurant
Pretoria (Tshwane)(2.3 km from Brooklyn)
Located in Greenlyn Village this unique eatery offers a superb atmosphere bustling around South African delights and hearty pub cuisine.
The menu leans towards more traditional dishes, which can be enjoyed indoors or alfresco on the spacious covered front stoep.
The interior embraces a bygone era dressed in corrugated iron, Oregon doors, wooden flooring and aged metal pillars.
Pay homage to South African cuisine at Boer’geoisie.