Gauteng Central Restaurants
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Randburg Portuguese restaurant
Lovingly run by a husband and wife team who specialise in homemade specialities made the Portuguese way.
Tucked away in Ferndale with a loyal seafood following and homely décor, 1920 Portuguese Restaurant welcomes patrons with warm smiles, family photos dominated by football memorabilia and the lingering aroma of mouth-watering cuisine.
The service is friendly and attentive; the menu brims with Portuguese delights and good selection of imported beers and wines using fresh ingredients and family recipes passed down from generations.
Enjoy an array of homemade Madeiran specialties like Fejoada – a traditional pork, beef, chourico, and bean stew, fall-off-the-bone oxtail, porco com amêijoa - pork and clam casserole, tender calamari and succulent prawn rissoles.
If prawns beguile, try the LM Mozambique prawns, served with a delicious homemade peri-peri and hand-cut potato chips or rice. The espetada, skewered cubes of rump steak, grilled the traditional way and served with milho frito, pan-fried squares of creamy polenta with kale, is a must-try.
Tantalise the taste buds with a journey of the Portuguese islands at this homely and welcoming restaurant in Ferndale, Randburg.
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Housed in a 115 year historic house, in the historical precinct of Modderfontein, this heart warming country retreat invites cosy family get-togethers, intimate dinners and languid lunches.
Dine alfresco soaking up the lush park like gardens or appreciate the beauty of nature shaded by an old oak tree. Benches and umbrellas welcome relaxed outdoor lunches.
The dining room is perfect for old fashioned intimacy as is the enclosed veranda for those who enjoy a little more privacy.
Ideal for families, lovers and friends, dining at 33 High Street creates a memorable experience.
Rosettenville Portuguese restaurant
An unpretentious family-run restaurant serving superb Portuguese cuisine, A Churrasqueira boasts an exciting menu with a wide selection of choices.
An impressive wine list enhances the experience, with a brilliant selection of both South African and Portuguese wines.
The interior is simple and warm, the service excellent and the prices reasonable. All in all, a wonderful place to dine in comfort.
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Realistic prices and classic cuisine ensure elected dishes fair well with local palates alongside entry level wines and starters great chorizo, tripe with beans, succulent chicken livers and milho frito.
Main satisfies with well rounded grills such as chicken, tender calamari, voluptuous prawns and crayfish.
Join this local haunt and discover why this classic eatery has stood the test of time.
Kensington Portuguese restaurant
The delicious menu brims with high quality seafood such as voluptuous Mozambican prawns and a variety of succulent steaks, poultry and traditional dishes.
The warm and inviting ambiance sets the tone for a unique Portuguese experience housed in a luxurious house in Kensington.
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.
Illovo Sushi restaurant
A stunning restaurant in the upmarket Illovo Square centre, Benkei delivers when it comes to Japanese cuisine.The decor follows Japanese ideals with a spacious open plan interior punctuated with clean lines. A glass wall enhances this calming, spacious feel and for added tranquillity there is a mesmerizing fish tank.This popular restaurant produces superb sushi; some even consider it the best in Johannesburg, but Sushi isn’t all that Benkei has to offer. There is a teppanyaki grill and also a range of tempura options to suit those who fancy something else.For the best in Japanese cuisine, Benkei has it covered.
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.
Rivonia Sushi restaurant
Japa’s motto ‘to strive for excellence for the comfort and satisfaction of our patrons’ ensures that this is only place to go for the best experience in Japanese cuisine, Sushi and hospitality.
The husband and wife team have years and years of experience between them and know exactly what patrons want. The menu is primarily Japanese featuring homemade noodles and uniquely blended sauces but there are also western dishes to ensure that everyone is catered for.
Superior service and attention to detail will add the finishing touches to your wonderful experience at Japa.
Sandton Sushi restaurant
Boasting bold interior softened by delicate Japanese wallpaper and bold white leather chairs and table clothes, Midori exudes calm and simplicity.
Dine alfresco on the covered terrace, dining on starters such as crispy spring rolls, spicy soups, rice paper wraps and deep-fried tofu and sushi.
The expansive menu offers choice and flexibility with design your own sushi platters and specialities such as crushed tuna served on a bed of bok choi and the chop-chop – cubes of salmon and tuna sashimi coated with five spice, soya and sesame seeds and served on a bed of Japanese rice.
Enjoy traditional Japanese dishes such as teriyaki salmon or fillet and nabiyaki noodles served in a soup containing chicken, Chinese cabbage, egg, and two tempura prawns.
The menu also offers a selection of fragrant Thai curries and Chinese favourites such as oyster beef, chicken chow mein and hot chilli chicken.
Round off the meal with an anti-oxidant rich Chinese tea.
Enjoy delicious cuisine and talented creations at Midori Sushi in Riviona Road, Sandton.
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.
Roodepoort Portuguese restaurant
Sit back and soak up charming alfresco dining under shady old trees or languid seclusion on the back patio wrapped in Mediterranean feel.
Inside the décor brims with nooks and crannies, perfect for whispered intimacy warmed by wood burning fireplaces and delicious food.
The small bar is perfect for pre-dinner drinks or soothing nightcaps.
Pecado da Gula - Sin of Gluttony wraps the palate in charming surrounds and delicious Portuguese cuisine, perfect for wining and dining.
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Boasting the best seafood and prawns by diner reviews, Restaurante Parreirinha serves a big dollop of wow factor when it comes to their peri-peri sauce.
Serving great food complimented by good standards and simple dishes roaring with flavour and exotic spices, this foodie establishment invites languid lunches and hearty dinners.
Try flour-dusted bread rolls with deliciously white wine gravy of the mussel starter, and crisp potato crescents soaked in a moat of garlic and chilli stew.
Enjoy favourites such as prawns, calamari, peri-peri chicken and prego rolls followed by to die for chocolate mousse.
Restaurante Parreirinha seduces with delicious flavours and authentic cuisine, simply Portuguese.
Ruimsig Country restaurant
The light and bright atmosphere, evident by the abundance of glass windows and open space set the mood for laid back and relaxed.
The expansive menu boasts an enticing selection of dishes that brim with delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
The epic breakfast is a grand way to start the day which mixed grill including fried haloumi and fries, Italian style omelettes such as the grilled vegetable and feta, and mouth watering croissants with delicious fillings like the creamed spinach and mozzarella.
Lunch and dinners caters for with succulent choices such as grilled steak on rocket with Parmesan shavings or hearty pasta formaggio Insalata with four varieties of cheese.
Vegetarians are nurtured with delights such as stuffed pasta with haloumi and ricotta. Specialities dishes recommended are the creamy roquefort steak roll, the El Greco lamb shank roasted on the bone, and the chicken lupini – stuffed with spinach and mushrooms then covered with a creamy Madagascan pepper sauce.
From international to Traditional Italian favourites such as the cubed fillet with soya and lemon herb and the liver Veneziana in an onion and white wine sauce, Riverside Caffé and Bistro know how to get the taste buds rolling.
Join the loyal followings of the Riverside Caffé and Bistro and discover a taste explosion of culinary delights in the newly acquired Bryanston branch, Johannesburg.
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