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1920 Portuguese Restaurant in Randburg

1920 Portuguese Restaurant

Randburg Portuguese restaurant in Randburg

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.

33 High Street  in Johannesburg

33 High Street

Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant in Johannesburg

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.

A Churrasqueira in Rosettenville

A Churrasqueira

Rosettenville Portuguese restaurant in Rosettenville

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.

A Palhota in Johannesburg and surrounds

A Palhota

Johannesburg and surrounds Portuguese restaurant in Johannesburg and surrounds

This superb Portuguese restaurant has been running for more than ten years and it’s easy to see why. Offering not only traditional Portuguese dishes, but also more unusual Mozambican cuisine, this friendly restaurant provides a memorable dining experience. Although there is no actual wine list, there is a decent selection of popular South African and Portuguese wines to choose from in a well-placed corner cabinet. The cosy, unpretentious ambience is further enhanced by Mozambican hut murals on the walls. Unique and welcoming, A Palhota provides a truly relaxed dining experience with great food, great service and a great atmosphere.

Adega in Vanderbijlpark

Adega

Vanderbijlpark Portuguese restaurant in Vanderbijlpark

This vibey Protuguese restaurant is perfect for families and the fenced property ensures that kids are always safe. The menu is large and contains Portuguese favourites like grilled codfish, Chourico sausage, trinchado, espatadas, and even a slow-roasted lamb stew. There is a special smoking section that caters for functions of up to 100 people.

Adega in Pretoria North

Adega

Pretoria North Portuguese restaurant in Pretoria North

Feast in true Portuguese style at the newest addition to the incredibly successful Adega franchise. Conveniently located opposite the Collenade Centre, Adega, Montana boasts a large menu with a superb range of seafood and Portuguese dishes. The decor is striking and inviting, with warm yellow complementing a Monk theme and traditional blue and white Portuguese tiles. Book ahead to avoid missing out on a night of delicious Portuguese food and hospitality.

Adega Do Monge  in Kensington

Adega Do Monge

Kensington Portuguese restaurant in Kensington

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.

Adeguita Portuguese Restaurant in Johannesburg and surrounds

Adeguita Portuguese Restaurant

Johannesburg and surrounds Portuguese restaurant in Johannesburg and surrounds

Enjoy delicious and tasty cuisine and a feast for the senses dining on seafood, grills and typical Portuguese dishes. With attention to detail and personal attention, diners relax in tranquil surrounds dining on mouth-watering dishes such as grilled chicken basted in finger linking peri-peri the Mozambican way, or voluptuous grilled prawns, tasty pregos, trinchados, espetadas and popular feijoada. Adeguita Portuguese Restaurant tantalises with mouth-watering tastes and flavours the true Portuguese way in a colonial setting that invites relaxation.

Alimento's in Parkmore

Alimento's

Parkmore Portuguese restaurant in Parkmore

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.

Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar in Randburg

Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar

Randburg Fine Dining restaurant in Randburg

Stylish yet laid back, Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar hints glamour and true white table cloth hospitality for an intimate dining experience with contemporary French touches. The décor whispers bold black, white and gold décor with a boutique feel that touches on elegant French classics yet remaining contemporary. Dining at Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar is a grand affair. The menu captures dishes with recettes de cuisine and a fusion of South African, French and traditional. Whether dining on breakfast, lunch or a la carte, Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar marries one of the best wine and champagne lists in Johannesburg alongside a dedicated desert menu. Diners enrobe the palate in delights such as Chinese beef - teriyaki beef strips, nectarines, tomato, sprouts, mushroom and the Mediterranean calamari - grilled with kalamata olives and sun-dried tomatoes. Dinner calls for secluded intimacy laced with champagne blanched duck with aubergine and cinnamon stuffed cos lettuce, flambéed in a sweet orange and gran marnier sauce. The tender, melt-in-the-mouth Moroccan lamb shank with coriander mash spring rolls and roasted mushrooms leave the palate yearning in nostalgia concluded by delicately sinful lavender crème brulé. Ami Restaurant and Champagne Bar provides opulent sophistication and decadent dining for a true white table cloth hospitality experience.

Back of the Moon in Ormonde

Back of the Moon

Ormonde Fine Dining restaurant in Ormonde

The elegant dining establishment cools the palate with laid back jazz and a feast for the senses enrobed in lavish comforts for an exquisite dining experience second to none. Back of the Moon stands proud boasting a historic location once known as the famous Old Shebeen in Old Sophia Town in the mid 1950’s. Now run and operated by two renowned restaurateurs, diners dine and dance the night away in impeccable style. Seduce the mood dining in the main room with choice of five interesting levels or embrace total intimacy in the private dining room. Evoking a fusion of flavours, the menu entices with an a la carte menu and set menu partnered with a comprehensive wine list. For starters, the smoked salmon thinly sliced on a bed of lettuce, accompanied with tomato, slices of onion and capers wet the appetite before melt-in-the-mouth pleasure such as the grilled chicken breast, succulently grilled on the open flame in olive oil, paprika and herbs envelop the senses. Fish lovers can indulge in delicately moist Norwegian salmon, served with rice and vegetables, followed by the grand finale, fig ice cream fused together vanilla ice-cream, figs and ginger, served with baklava. Enjoy great entertainment, impeccable service, and exquisite dining at Back of the Moon for an unforgettable night at Gold Reef City.

Balata Restaurant at The Fairway Hotel in Randburg

Balata Restaurant at The Fairway Hotel

Randburg Fine Dining restaurant in Randburg

Balata Restaurant invites a culinary feast boasting fresh produce and great attention to detail. Overlooking the famous Randpark Golf Course, boasting exceptional breakfasts, and Sunday buffet lunches, diners enjoy the tranquil surrounds and tantalising menu. Pamper the palate with seared line fish fillet dressed in aubergine caviar or the grilled rack of veal with parmesan potato puree and garlic chips. Desert seduces with roasted strawberries and meringue on ginger shortbread companied with basil fluid gel and berry coulis. Balata Restaurant at The Fairway Hotel displays vibrant décor, bold colours and roaring fires for an intimate fine dining experience in Randpark.

Belle Terrace  in Westcliff

Belle Terrace

Westcliff Fine Dining restaurant in Westcliff

Belle Terrace offers outstanding cuisine to be enjoyed against the backdrop of the forest by day and the cityscape of Johannesburg by night. Breakfast, afternoon tea, High tea and dinner can be enjoyed here. An extensive wine list complements the menu. For breakfast there is a Continental and English option. An a la carte menu and seasonal set menus are available. Dress code is smart casual and booking is essential.

Canto Latino in Rivonia

Canto Latino

Rivonia Portuguese restaurant in Rivonia

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.

Catemba Portuguese Restaurant in Hatfield

Catemba Portuguese Restaurant

Hatfield Portuguese restaurant in Hatfield

This authentic Portuguese restaurant brings home the flavours, charm and hospitality of the old school seafaring days of this culture. The interior and vibe creates an atmosphere brimming with friendliness and homeliness. The passion that is put into every dish is clearly visible and the enthusiasm of the owners and staff inspiring. The menu is large and contains something for everybody. Traditional Portuguese favourites like Peri Peri Chicken Livers and Moelas, beef fillet cubes in Prego Sauce can be enjoyed. For the diner that isn't squeamish, there is the Figado de Galinha, translate chicken giblets. Clean ox-tripe in a light curry with white beans and chouriço is another adventurous option. The more conservative palate can try the coconut lamb curry or the delectable prawns. The Catemba Seafood Platter is perfect for sharing over a bottle or four of wine and contains six lipsmacking lemon butter prawns, four butter garlic mussels, 150 g calamari, two Portuguese sardines and one hake fillet. The 300g Portuguese fillet steak and egg topped with authentic prego sauce is not for the faint-hearted. This restaurant delivers in quality and quantity and here you can have a feast without breaking the bank.

 

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