Sandton Fine Dining restaurant
Located in Johannesburg’s stock exchange district, Wall Street Restaurant secures a local and international following with a decadent fine dining experience.
The décor resides on the tasteful side, with glamorous touches of gold and silver offsetting monotone hues, complimented by an alluring atmosphere.
The menu satisfies discerning taste buds with intimate indulging flavours beginning with starters of leek, potato and Mackerel - traditional silky soup with smoked mackerel and crispy leeks.
The wild mushroom layered over wild rocket combined with pine nuts and parmesan shavings makes for a delicate side salad followed by succulent stuffed calamari filled with chipolata then topped with a Jack Daniels and apricot glaze.
Mains calls for a juicy and tender rump dressed in caramelised nectarines, baby corn, cauliflower couscous and Foie gras Bordelaise concluded by the grand finale bread and butter pudding smothered in glühwein froth.
The Wall Street Restaurant attracts discerning diners who enjoy sleek, sexy and intimate surrounds, perfect for the ultimate indulgence.
Restaurants near Gauteng
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Sandton Fine Dining restaurant
Sandton (1.6 km from Gauteng)
The exotic menu pleases with classic dishes that are both balanced and satisfying, catering for meat lovers in French fine dining style.
Signature dishes such as the braised duckling off the bone, with a creamy green peppercorn sauce, flamed in gin and garnished with lychees in melt-in-the-mouth pleasure along with the mango and prawn hors d’ oeuvre dressed in a light curry mayonnaise.
Dine to flickering candlelight in secluded privacy in private nooks and crannies enjoying classic dishes and daily specials at the beautiful Tudor style Coachman’s Inn.
Parkmore Bistro restaurant
Parkmore (2.3 km from Gauteng)
Enjoying status as contemporary French bistro dining, this highly unique bistro satisfies diners with a well though out and enticing menu suited to the comprehensive Thomas Maxwell wine list.
Intimate and festive, the menu brims with favourites such as steak tartare and Warthog Carpaccio dressed in blini and shallot marmalade.
Diners peruse delicious choices such as the Duck and porcini Pietettes - Duck rillettes, porcini and black mushroom in phyllo parcels finished off with a truffle porcini cream, paired perfectly with a Pinot Noir or the Stellakaya Hercules.
Deliciously moist Monty’s Fish Cakes packed with Kabeljou; Yellowtail and Salmon fish cakes dressed in a wholegrain mustard and cointreau veloute on parmesan and rocket is simply delectable doubled up with a Doubly Delicious Meringue – A spice of double meringue filled with cream and topped with mango, pineapple, pistachio nuts and cardamom.
Thomas Maxwell Bistro in Parkmore sings a serenade for the senses for those who choose to wine and dine at this fine establishment for lunch or dinner.
Did you know? Gauteng Restaurants is often misspelt. Here are some variations:
Guateng Restaurants, Gowteng Restaurants, Transvaal Restaurants,