Johannesburg and surrounds Restaurants
Johannesburg and surrounds
Kensington African restaurant
A thoroughly authentic restaurant serving the finest in Ethiopian cuisine. With offerings you won’t find anywhere else such as ting-sour Injera flatbread, Abysinia is the place to go for a truly unique dining experience.
For a little of everything, ask for a platter and you will not be disappointed. Prices are incredibly reasonable. The drinks are equally exciting with strong, fresh coffee as well as local and Ethiopian wines.
The casual, relaxed ambience and charming service make an experience at Abysinia one to remember.
Sandton French restaurant
Auberge Michel has built a solid reputation for the finest French cuisine and the best quality service, providing superb dining experiences since 2004.Unsurprisingly, Aurberge Michel has garnered many well-deserved accolades such as being named South Africa’s first five-star establishment as awarded by the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa. Auberge Michel was also the only restaurant to be voted in the top 10 of restaurants in JHB by Wine Magazine, Eat Out, Diner’s Club and Business Day – in the same year!With such a prestigious background, superior service, fine food and a beautifully stylish setting, it’s no wonder that Auberge Michel is a popular spot for politicians, celebrities and top businessmen.For fine French dining in a sophisticated and elegant atmosphere, make a reservation for Auberge Michel.
Randburg Belgian restaurant
Carvers has been going since 1983, giving this unique Cape Dutch restaurant and pub the edge over other establishments through sheer years of experience and success.
As well as the buffet, Carvers offers an interesting Belgian a la carte menu and changes the offerings on a frequent basis to ensure that the loyal following of regulars always have new dishes to choose from. Carvers proffers a wide selection of imported beers and boasts a very interesting and extensive wine list featuring some really special rare and vintage wines.
Striving at all times to thoroughly satisfy diners, it’s no surprise that this restaurant and pub has such a keen following of regular clientele.
Johannesburg African restaurant
True to African style food and atmosphere ambiance, bringing exotic flavours of Africa to the Market Theatre, diners peruse the menu layered with aromatic spices and traditional dishes.
Gramadoelas Exotic African Restaurant brings the tastes of Africa to the bustling streets of Johannesburg.
Sandton French restaurant
Situated in a stylishly restored Georgian homestead in trendy, upmarket Sandton, Le Canard offers International dining at its finest.
Frequented by a range of patrons, including celebrities and politicians, Le Canard takes pride in providing the best service and finest food. With a healthy menu full of sumptuous dishes and exciting flavours and using only the finest ingredients, you will find your time at Le Canard to be a memorable one.
Relax as classical music complements thoughtful decor and freshly-cut flowers.
All you need to arrange is the company, let Le Canard take care of the rest.
Fourways French restaurant
Le Soufflé is a down-to-earth, unpretentious and genuinely warm Bistro/Brasserie where you can enjoy an eclectic selection of Provincial French food.The relaxed atmosphere enhances the experience of a leisurely breakfast, lunch or dinner. The service is swift and efficient, without being intrusive. The decor is modest and simple, with bare brick walls and red and white checked table cloths providing a taste of traditional French eateries.The food is exquisite with an exciting and dynamic chalkboard offering seasonal dishes. The soufflés, unsurprisingly are a must-try. This bistro truly lives up to its namesake!For a casual and very satisfying dining experience, take a culinary trip to France via South Africa!
Rosebank French restaurant
A decadent restaurant taking influence from the last King of France and his flamboyant Queen, Louis XVI proffers exquisite French food.
Dine in 18th Century Paris with extravagant and intriguing decor. Beautiful paintings from this poignant era in French history adorn the walls, as do huge gold-framed mirrors and rich velvet drapes. Low hanging chandeliers and beautifully detailed Persian carpets add the finishing touches to this opulent setting.
Take a step back in time and experience some 18th Century French luxury.
Marshalltown African restaurant
Awesome African cuisine in a vibey setting is what you will find here. Urban African food rules the menu and the aim is to create dishes that you will find in any South African home - with flair. The interior is stylish, yet comfortoble and all in all, the entire space and vibe just invites relaxation and urban chic style.
Sandton French restaurant
Enjoy authenticity and quality in stunning surrounds that exude beauty and rest, dressed in pressed metal ceilings, crystal chandeliers and a 7m solid oak crafted bar, perfect for pre-dinner drinks or nightcaps.
A gastronomic experience awaits, the menu brims with choices such as Salmon Tartare with ginger, lime, olive oil and fresh herbs or grilled calamari served with your choice of lemon butter or Arrabiata sauce for starters.
Try Chicken Genovese with rolled Parma ham and mozzarella cooked in a light sherry sauce and served on a bed of tagliatelle for mains, and finally, the grand finale a Coppa Gelato - combination of strawberry, vanilla and chocolate ice cream topped with caramelised hazelnuts, Amaretti biscuits, cherries and home-made chocolate sauce.
Simple and appealing, Maximillien Brasserie offers comfort and style, with alfresco dining on the glass, fully enclosed deck overlooking Sandton.
Rub shoulders with politicians, statesman and the drifting sounds of a piano, all this while delighting on delectable meals at this grill house in Sandton.
Northcliff French restaurant
This 5 Star venue is situated in the midst of lush gardens and offer a fine dining experience that has to be tried. Everything is top notch, from the service from staff and the private butler, to the setting and cuisine. Gourmet French cuisine with a bit of a South African twist is served. Recommended is the slow-cooked lamb shank served on wholegrain mustard mash and the Old French-style Beef Bourguinon with root vegetables on creamy potato mash. Please enquire about corkage fees.
Parkview African restaurant
Amongst green grass, tall pine trees and a tranquil lake, moyo seduces visitors to be open to love and laughter, seeking life and seeing it in the eye of a child. Mystical moyo water features sing songs of harmony to all who cross the bridge.
The combination of outdoor and indoor gives the option of dining in the lush green terraced gardens or the colourful textured interior. Both take you on a journey of the senses to explore and experience diverse Africa.
In feathered headgear the Mbira players roam the restaurant with lingering tunes. You might just be surprised by a painted statue that mysteriously comes to life.
Moyo Magic - the Zoo Lake addition to the moyo family is aimed at our future - the children of today. A safe and nurturing environment is created and through workshops children are encouraged to revel in our heritage.
Sandton African restaurant
Queen of the Nile is a lively, luxurious and visually stunning buffet restaurant situated just off the Emperor’s Palace Casino floor, boasting more than 120 dishes taken from around the globe.With a fun Egyptian theme and a unique ambience, Queen of the Nile provides an intriguing and inspiring dining experience. For the sweet-toothed, beware the extensive dessert area – enter at your own risk!The quality of the food on offer is of the highest standard as is the service and with very reasonable prices per head, Queen of the Nile is the place to dine at this buzzing and popular casino!
Sandton Vietnamese restaurant
With a mouth-watering menu featuring the best cuisines from Vietnam and other Asian dishes, Saigon is the place to go for an exotic dining experience.
Pretty lanterns, bamboo features and a relaxing water feature enhance the exotic feel while you dine, attended to by colourful waitresses dressed in traditional outfits.
You can be assured of an intriguing, exotic experience at Saigon, Rivonia.
Rivonia Vietnamese restaurant
Less is more - this subtle approach to dining compliments the palate with fragrant dishes dressed in sauces and ginger, instead of hot spices and chillies.
The décor invites simplicity, with attractive lanterns and touches of bamboo extending the exotic ambiance.
The heart of the restaurant, the open plan kitchen allows visual display of chefs at work while waiters in traditional outfits deliver fragrant Thai and Vietnamese dishes alongside complimenting Asian wines.
The menu boasts an extensive array of starter recommendations such as prawn and vegetable crystal spring rolls and Indochine dumplings .
Main course specialities include Saigon Wok Beef, Caramelized Fish served in a clay pot and the delicious Half Roast Duck with decadent Plum sauce.
Conclude the meal with a traditional dessert such as the Vietnamese-style Coconut Flan or Deep Fried Ice Cream.
Morningside - JHB French restaurant
Morningside - JHB
This select boutique hotel seduces a delicate compact menu and extensive wine list paired perfectly with roast rabbit, seared tuna, guinea fowl and roasted duck with orange, ginger sauce and baby potatoes.
Homely comfort food graces the menu with delights such as Lamb shank in Port wine with mashed potatoes or beef and chicken fillets.
Adventurous palates take pleasure with a beef tartare served with French fries and Béarnaise sauce or the veal sweetbreads with portabellini and black truffle vol-au-vent.
Conclude this decadent dining experience with a crème caramel infused with Madagascan vanilla or seasonal berries marinated in vanilla liqueur and presented Melba style.
Dine in understated elegance or alfresco on the large patio sampling attractive and delicious dishes at this classic restaurant.
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