Arcadia Fusion restaurant
Revered as an institution in Arcadia, Eastwoods Tavern caters for all major sporting events and makes a great venue for families too.
The expansive menu brims with choice, ranging from lighter meals to compliment your drinks, quick meals to stock up before heading off to a game and main course dishes for indulgent dining.
Dine indoors or alfresco, which benefits from an outdoor kitchen cooking sizzling grills, succulent steaks and finger licking ribs.
Other choices on offer include hearty Bangers and Mash, T-bone steak, traditional Biltong and Goats Cheese salad and pootjies served with rice.
Round off our meal with fine local cheeses or decadent Malva Pudding.
Braamfontein Pub Meals restaurant
This vibrant, hip restaurant is more a meeting place than anything else. The quirky menu and social atmosphere ensures a happening vibe that mustn't be missed. The menu contains a variety of spins on the old classic 'hot dog' with varieties like the Plain Jane, The Rottweiler, and The Hunter, all with different exotic toppings like German mustard, emmenthal cheeese, chilli paste, caramelized onions and some sliced jalapenos for the more adventurous. Wash this feast down with an ice cold beer or your favourite vino and you'll be good to go. The use of cutlery is not a requirement, in some cases even obsolete.
Parkhurst Fusion restaurant
A vintage gem, The Attic offers unpretentious dining in eclectic surrounds that invite enjoyment and savouring of food.
The décor is a mixture of vintage glamour, dressed in warm earthy tones and mismatched furniture. Solid wood tables exude rustic elegance paired with antique chairs. Paintings grace the vintage toile paper, perfectly balanced to reflect the exquisite antique gold mirror and beaded chandelier.
Exposed rafters and open flame chimney fire add warmth to winter evenings and summer invites languid cocktails sprawled over a Victorian velvet chaise longue.
The deck opens welcomes summer and buzzes with activity as colourful cocktails swag their scarlet colours to funky tunes and the rhythm of dancing feet.
The menu embraces fusion dining with exemplary signature dishes. Boasting seasonal creations using only free range, organic where possible and sustainable sources, diners relax and unwind in vintage surrounds sampling mouth-watering cuisine.
Meticulously matched beer and wine compliment dishes such as Duck, Ginger and Hoisin Spring Rolls, Mozambiquan Crab Fettuccine with Coriander, Chilli and Lime, Slow Roasted Pork Belly with Pancetta and Asparagus, and Belgian Hot Chocolate Pudding with Vanilla Bean Ice-cream.
The Attic is a fusion for the senses wrapped in vintage glamour and unpretentious surrounds perfect for relaxing and enjoying a decadent meal.
Restaurants near Gauteng
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Parkmore Portuguese restaurant
Parkmore(1.3 km from Gauteng)
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.
Bryanston Bistro restaurant
Bryanston(2.3 km from Gauteng)
Offering truly cross cultural cuisine with delightful French classics as well as South African dishes, Bistro 277 on Main is a great place for even greater food.
For the vegetarians, there is a mouth-watering array of salads in both starter and main course sizes as well as other creative and diverse options.
With an impressive wine list to round off a superb menu and dining experience, Bistro 277 on Main will be an evening you won’t want to end.
Parkmore(2.6 km from Gauteng)
The friendly ambiance welcomes foreign palates to a world of mouth-watering tastes. Authentic Lebanese dishes such as baba ghannoush, fried and raw kebbeh to fattoush and labna wet the appetite.
Main courses boast great dishes but by popular demand kebabs, grills and shwarmas remain the firm favourites.
Dine within the informal café or formal dining area complimented by a full bar, pricey but interesting Lebanese wines and authentic Lebanese ambiance at Beirut in Parkmore.
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