Rivonia Lebanese restaurant
The Sheikh’s Palace is not an average restaurant. It is a celebration of food, wine, culture, entertainment and enjoyment, care of Lebanon.
Diners are invited to join in with the exotic traditions and customs of ancient Lebanese culture. With Arak, Argileh (hubbly bubbly) and beautiful belly dancers, you will forget for a night that you’re still in South Africa.
Mezze are served buffet style and in keeping with Lebanese customs, eating with your hands is the norm.
With a carefully stocked wine cellar, you will have everything you need to enjoy a decadent night, Lebanese style.
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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