Pretoria North Country restaurant
Perfect for family outings and social gatherings, Spiced Coffee Restaurant is set upon a 60h rose farm that boasts spectacular views over rose fields.
Exuding an old beauty and classic elegance, diners can enjoy the setting alongside languid breakfasts and lunches.
The farm offers tractor rides through the rose fields, a lovely boutique and ample playgrounds for the kids to enjoy, complete with a dolls house and fairy tale garden.
Sit outside on the massive veranda with a hearty farm breakfast or a aromatic Rosehip Rolled Omelet. Light lunch proffers Thyme and Again Quiche – a tasty leek and rosehip vegetarian quiche.
If roses are your thing, then treat yourself and indulge in specialties such as rose milkshakes, rose smoothies, rose teas and coffees, rose waffles, and smooth homemade frozen yoghurt infused with roses.
Sweet delights surpass expectations with delicious rose shaped farm baked scones served with rose petal jam or rosehip marmalade, cream, cheese and butter decorated with rose petals.
Spiced Coffee Restaurant is a breathtaking experience, ideal for special occasions, social gatherings, high teas and secluded picnics infused with the delightful aroma of roses.
Restaurants near Pretoria (Tshwane)
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Groenkloof Pub Meals restaurant
Groenkloof(3.5 km from Pretoria (Tshwane))
A great bustling atmosphere and an Old World kind of charm exudes. Traditional, hearty pub fare is served in large portions at affordable prices. Portuguese flavours and Mediterranean style is what you will find here. Together with warm and friendly service, it makes for a winning recipe.
Gauteng Contemporary restaurant
Gauteng(4.7 km from Pretoria (Tshwane))
Fresh dishes made from scratch with a healthy dollop of imagination is the order of the day here. The food is hearty with a touch of gourmet. Try a personalized breakfast that will keep you going all day, or a Mediterranean platter for one or to share. Freshly made flatbread, hummus and pesto complement the dishes; be sure to try the calamari with a touch of chilli. A variety of desserts are available and the carrot cake is definitely worth a mention. A good wine selection is on offer.
Hatfield Portuguese restaurant
Hatfield(4.7 km from Pretoria (Tshwane))
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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