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Reuben’s
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Upmarket bistro-style food is the hallmark of the original Reuben’s restaurant on Franschhoek’s main drag. The delicious pork belly and salt-and-pepper squid with nuam choc sauce are signature dishes with good reason, but regular blackboard specials with Asian and Cape influences throw other excellent options into the mix.

Perhaps a braised lamb shank? Miso-marinated quail? Mussel chowder with fresh West Coast mussels? A plate of lamb tripe? Reuben does love his offal. Without fail this is the kind of spot where you can enjoy flavour-packed and accomplished bistro-cooking, albeit at slightly above-bistro prices.

La Cucina di Ciro
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The food at Ciro’s, as it is affectionately known, is a blend of Italian and Mediterranean cooking. The menu is small, with daily specials highlighting what is seasonal and freshly available.

For starters, try the aubergine and parma ham bake. Thin layers of aubergine are pan-fried in a little olive oil, smothered in a fresh tomato sauce and topped with buffalo mozzarella and parma ham. The delicate flavour of the aubergine is perfectly complemented by the salty ham.

The restaurant is famous for fresh past. Try the pappardelle with spicy sausage in tomato sauce with fresh basil. The freshly made pasta turns this simple dish into a memorable treat.

Delaire Graff Estate
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This restaurant on the well-known Delaire Graff wine estate delivers pan-Asian food with contemporary flair. You might opt for the chef’s signature menu, but the à la carte menu also holds treasure, like an intensely fragrant mussel laksa elevated by the interesting addition of whelks. The clear winner of the day is the sweet and smoky Thai barbecue pork belly served with shiitake sausage and charred onions. It’s a marvel of flavours and textures, rich and indulgent – just like the setting. Also noteworthy is the Thai poached cob, featuring lots of spice, thanks to a fragrant green curry sauce. Dessert may include a banana and chocolate spring roll with nut fudge, praline ice cream and chocolate ribbons.[/threecol_one]

Café del Sol Botanico
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The options are vast here at the younger sibling of Café del Sol, our 2012 winner of Best Italian Restaurant, offering everything from nibbly bits (olives, biltong and berries) to serious fare such as a 400g beef T-bone tagliata with porcini trifolati, fresh black-truffle butter and triple-cooked chips.

Appetisers range from salt-and-pepper squid heads with lime, roasted garlic aioli and black salt to grilled bruschetta topped with combinations like salmon and cream cheese or gorgonzola, strawberries and olive tapenade. The selection of main courses include black-sesame-crusted salmon with avocado mash, Campari and fresh grapefruit salsa with a vanilla and sweet chilli sauce, or a polpette burger with fontal cheese, caramelised onion, streaky bacon, sundried tomato relish and rocket.


Carne Restaurant
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Acclaimed for its carnivorous concept, Carne SA is where you should be eating meat. Chef-patron Giorgio Nava makes a huge effort to greet everyone and give recommendations. His restaurants are in a league of their own. At Carne SA, steak cuts are presented on a platter and explained in detail. You can sense that everything is done for the love of meat, sourced and prepared with care, but the ambience is also welcoming and sophisticated. There are several classic Italian dishes and delicacies like sweetbreads on the menu, and an excellent wine list is complemented by knowledgeable staff. Highlights: the 1.2kg T-bone; ravioli filled with slow-baked lamb shoulder, sage butter and parmesan; sweetbreads with artichoke mash; prime rib on the bone; hanger steak; La Fiorentina (for two to share); the bresaola with lemon juice and olive oil; and Karoo lamb with sautéed spinach. (EO mag 2014)
The Maslow Hotel
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The Maslow is the ultimate business hotel situated in the heart of Sandton’s commercial district. Sandton is home to all the top investment banks, financial institutions, as well as the Gautrain station and the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. The perfect place to go to escape the hustle of the office, the Maslow is a haven with its beautiful gardens, idyllic water features, crisp blue pool and tranquil terraces.

The Maslow offers the best corporate services and business facilities to ensure that you’ll never miss your office while you’re away from it. One of the biggest drawcards is our free and unlimited WiFi connectivity that is available throughout the hotel.

Our Concierge Desk is open 24/7 to cater to your every request. Our Concierge can provide information on where to go, what to do in and around Sandton, or you can check out our list of recommendations, here.

Sun Square Hotel
The SunSquare Montecasino Hotel is located at the beautiful Montecasino complex in the Fourways suburb of Johannesburg. This contemporary hotel is a four-star property that is favoured by both corporate guests and leisure travellers.

This modern hotel offers a convenient location on the Piazza Square at Montecasino and this leading entertainment complex offers a host of restaurants, theatres, and activities for visitors to enjoy. Also on the hotel premises, for the convenience of the guests, is a gym and spa.

The Codfather
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The Codfather is the forerunner in exotic fish tastes, Greek meze, Italian traditions, Sushi, Vietnamese Thai, and in addition to choosing dishes from the menu, The Codfather offers diners the opportunity to choose their own seafood from an impressive display. Besides a good selection of local linefish such as Butter Fish, Red Roman, Musselcracker, Cob, Cape Salmon, the display offers game fish such as Yellowfin Tuna, Yellowtail, Blue Marlin and imported Mozambican shellfish – Giant Prawns, King/Queen Prawns and Langoustines.