Gauteng Central Restaurants
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Parkmore Portuguese restaurant
This bustling Portuguese family restaurant serves all the old favourites like trinchado, chicken livers peri peri, caldo verde, calamari and a variety of prawn dishes. The seafood is, of course, the speciality here. There is a comprehensive wine list to complement the menu. The prices are definitely competitive and the service is up to standard. No frills and fuss to be found here - just good quality food in a bustling yet relaxed setting.
Rivonia Portuguese restaurant
If traditional Spanish and Portuguese food and delightful tapas is what you’re after then Canto Latino is the place for you.
Specialising in the finest Spanish and Portuguese cuisine and prices to please, it’s not a surprise that Canto Latino receives lots of support from the local community.
A picturesque courtyard provides al fresco dining to please and Flamenco music adds to the authenticity of your Latin dining experience.
When it comes to true Latin cuisine, Canto Latino is the genuine article.
Morningside - JHB Portuguese restaurant
Morningside - JHB
At this beautiful restaurant you can expect a feast of the unique flavours of Mozambique, incorporating traditional Portuguese favourites to provide a seafood experience to die for. Other cuisine includes Greek meze, Vietnamese dishes, Thai food and Sushi. With a great beverage menu and inside and outside seating, you will find yourself spoilt for choice and in for a treat. The relaxed ambience appeals to all and a lazy lunch or social dinner just has to be shared with friends.
Melville Portuguese restaurant
Table spill on onto the sidewalk, inviting relaxed summer lunches and bustling evenings heightened by cool traditional Latin American and Cuban music.
The menu is fun and finger licking good, traditional Portuguese entice with subtle flavours of Mediterranean which make for an diverse and exciting variety of choice.
The specialties include the Mozambican Prawns, served in either king or queen size, prepared in a light peri-peri lemon sauce, served with basmati rice, simply succulently delicious.
Visit Nuno’s Portuguese Restaurant to celebrate life and the joys of good food, wine and friendship on 7th Street, Melville.
Fourways Brazilian restaurant
With great atmosphere, steaks, seafood and grills, and the famous Rodizio carvery, who can blame Leisure Options and FNB for voting ‘Best Dinner and Dance Venue’ and ‘Best Occasion Restaurant’ finalists to Rodizio.
This bustling restaurant seduces with mouth watering delights such as the Bolinhos De Siri / Crab Cakes - native crab delicacy, seasoned, crumbed and lightly grilled and served with a home-made salsa sauce or the Carioca Prawns - grilled and topped with their signatory sauce.
A visit to Rodizio would not be complete without partaking in the Meat Rodizio Carvery - A carnivorous feast of various cuts of slow roasted prime beef, fall of the bone chicken, saucy chorizo, tasty pork and the melt-in-the-mouth lamb.
Using their very own in-house marinades and spices, diners indulge in unique tastes and flavours Brazilian style. The Rodizio signature dish is served with a generous helping of savoury rice, crisp potato chips and fresh seasonal vegetables.
Whether daytime dining or evocative evenings filled with festivities, Rodizio teams with life and colourful cuisine, perfect for a vibrant and festive dining experience.
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