Fine Dining for less with Restaurant Week Spring Edition

Restaurant Week Spring Edition is just around the corner and will give you the chance to discover over one hundred of South Africa’s finest restaurants.

Restaurant Week ‘Spring Edition’ 2018 is taking place between 18 October and 4 November, offering affordable prices for set menus at some of South Africa’s best restaurants. Visit the official SA Restaurant Week page to find a comprehensive list of SA Restaurant Week menus.

Exclusively available during these weeks, SA’s finest restaurants will serve a set menus at a set price: Starting with R150 for a 2-course lunch and R250 for a 3-course dinner.

Take a look at some of the top restaurants participating:  

Cape Town: 6 Spin Street, Azure Restaurant, Ben Wei, Buitenverwachting, Burger & Lobster, Camissa, Chef’s Table at Mount Nelson Hotel, Coco Safar, Dash Restaurant and Bar, Gentlemen’s Arthouse Pop Up Cape Town, Greenhouse, HQ, Janse & Co., La Parada at Breestreet, La Parada at Constantia, Live Bait at Muizenberg, Lou Lou’s Bar, Mink & Trout, Myoga, Nobu, Primal Eatery, Quentin at Oakhurst, Reuben’s at One&Only, Roast & Co., Signal, Spice on Main, The 41, The Conservatory, The Granary Café at The Silo Hotel, The Stack and Upper Bloem.

The Winelands: 96 Winery Road, Diemersdal Farm Eatery, Faber at Avondale, Forage at Wildekrans, Glen Carlou, Haute Cabrière, Idiom Fine Dining Restaurant, Jardine Restaurant, Le Coin Français, Le Petit Manoir, Manor House Restaurant, Manor Kitchen at Lanzerac, Miko, Restaurant at Neethlingshof, Restaurant Seven, SALT at Paul Cluver, Taphuis at Lanzerac, The Country Kitchenand The Vine Bistro at Glenelly.

Johannesburg: 2 Thai 4, A Churrasquiera, Athol Place, Bella Anima, Central One, Clico Restaurant, Coobs, Culinary Table, Gentlemen’s Arthouse, KCC – La Vie en Rose, La Cucina di Ciro, La Stalla, LBV, Level Four Restaurant, Link Restaurant, Luce at Hyde Park, NCW Restaurant, oneNINEone, Pappas On the Square, Parliament Restaurant, Pigalle Bedfordview, Pigalle Melrose Arch, Pigalle Sandton, The Boss on 14th, The Braai Room (Fourways), The Braai Room (Linden), The Bull Run, The Countess, The Great Eastern Food Bar, The Green Peppercorn Bistro, The Local Grill (Parktown North), The Main Conservatory, Thief Restaurant, Vivace and Workshop 55.

Pretoria: 16th Lintel Restaurant, Al Fiume, Black Bamboo, Carbon Bistro, De Kloof, Fermier, Geet, Hemingway’s, LeSi Restaurant, Prosopa, The Publican Bar and Grill and Zest Bistro.

Durban: 9th Avenue Bistro, Big Easy by Ernie Els, Butcher Block (Florida Road), Butcher Block (Hillcrest), Cafe 1999, Greedy Buddha, Khuraka and The Chef’s Table.

More restaurants will be announced in the following weeks, so keep a look out on the Restaurant Week Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. This Spring edition the Restaurant Week SA team are welcoming new Official partners: Amarula, Discovery, Pinotage, Sleeping-OUT, StreetSmart & FoodBlog.

Bookings open up on the 28th of September on www.restaurantweek.co.za! Book your seats fast as limited seats are available per restaurant. 

P.S. Enthusiasts can register as a VIP on the website and ensure themselves of the latest information on participating restaurants, exciting promos and priority access to the booking system. 

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