Gauteng Central Restaurants
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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.
Morningside - JHB Asian restaurant
Morningside - JHB
This beautiful, trendy and happening restaurant is situated in bustling Sandton and offers authentic Asian cuisine. A delightfully varied menu leaves guests spoilt for choice and all dishes are freshly prepared to provide a tastebud treat. The interior and setting is magical, and combined with warm hospitality, fast service and food flavours to die for, this place is a must-try.
Rosebank Asian restaurant
Koi in Japanese means ‘Come, Love, Fish’ and exudes the latest trends in contemporary cuisine infused with Western style techniques.
The menu showcases cuisine from unrivalled Japanese chefs with tastes that suit all palates.
Diners start with a choice of thinly sliced Sashimi of Salmon - with ginger, chives and toasted sesame seeds marinated in garlic and ponzu lightly seared in hot olive oil for starters.
Mains delights with Sesamed Crusted Seared Tuna with Marinated Dim Hoi Sim Sauce - served on ponzu flavoured wok seared greens and topped with sweet potato crisps or side order of Wasabi Mash.
Other dishes such as the Create your own noodle dish and Sushi platters compliment the dining experience concluded by Chocolate and Banana Spring Rolls - Served with a white chocolate dipping sauce.
Koi Restaurant and Sushi boasts a refined tea house with speciality teas served in unique handmade Japanese cast iron tea pots compliments the end of a meal or lunch.
Enjoy contemporary Asian cuisine and welcoming atmosphere at Koi Restaurant and Sushi.
Fourways Japanese restaurant
A truly original concept, Kyoto @ Tokyo Sky is a modern Japanese restaurant brimming with tradition as well as contemporary Japanese cuisine.
With fantastic views of the Northern countryside, Kyoto @ Tokyo Sky truly reflects the real Kyoto in Japan, which offers a more tranquil surrounding compared to the hustle and bustle of Tokyo City.
Kyoto @ Tokyo Sky is located on the top floor of Fourways Shopping Centre, a wonderfully scenic location to enjoy inspiring food or sip a delightful cocktail.
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.
Sandton Asian restaurant
From the creator of Wangthai, Soi and Saigon comes a glamorous addition to the chain of Asian restaurants – Orient.
With stunning decor guaranteed to impress, this contemporary Asian cuisine restaurant set in trendy Melrose Arch is a big hit. Crystals hang delicately from the ceiling against silver, purple and copper surroundings. A truly tranquil yet lively place to spend time with family or friends.
With a menu devised by authentic Asian chefs incorporating Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese dishes, you’ll have trouble deciding on an order. Attentive and knowledgeable staff will be on hand to help you choose if you require.
Inner City (Jhb) South African restaurant
Inner City (Jhb)
Sophiatown Bar Lounge is a tug back into the chic old days of Sophiatown. Relax in this bar-lounge in the centre of Jozi and reminisce about the good ol’ days. The lounge has a classical jazz theme and is full of energy and high-quality standards.
Aimed at quality food and excellent service, Sophiatown will have you coming back for more of its Afro-chic style and yummy themed food.
The menu is packed with mouth-watering dishes – guests will have to take their time when choosing between the competing tastes. The menu has Di’ Starters, Di’ Salads, Di’ Lightmeals, Inyamazane, Di’ Main Meals, Di Platters and of course desserts and beverages. It is said to have the best oxtail in town and favoured vegetarian options.
Keep an eye on their regular events and specials. Free Wi-Fi available.
Lanseria South African restaurant
Enjoy languid visits in elegant surrounds flanked by the most amazing views in the country and architecturally inspired décor.
Embracing the elements of stone, steel and glass, diners soak up expansive views dining alfresco on the balcony. Sliding doors extend views from within the restaurant out and invite light and warmth from the breathtaking views, yet protected from the elements.
Planning a festive celebration or function? The Cradle Restaurant seduces with a banqueting hall, protected by double stable doors that open out onto an elegant room that invites the vast wilderness and starlit sky to dine.
Various dining choices wet the palate, from a la carte dining in the restaurant surrounds on breakfast - pumpkin, feta, basil and sweet corn fritters dressed with crispy bacon and maple syrup to kick start the day.
Dinner beacons with starters of cannellini bean and roasted peppers on bruschetta followed by free range roasted spring chicken with a natural jus and finally a decadent honey roasted pineapple with pistachios and coconut yoghurt for desert.
If the call of the African wild sets the mood, dine by moonlight in the dry stone boma on succulent spit roasts warmed by a roaring fire. Romantic 3-course catered picnics in the bush invite colonial style dining in private and tranquil surrounds.
However you choose to dine, The Cradle Restaurant awakes the senses with visual and decadent dining surrounds in heart of a world heritage site.
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