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Coobs

Coobs
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  • Phone Number 0114470710
  • Location Corner of 4th Avenue and 14th Street, Parkhurst, Johannesburg
  • email coobs@coobs.co.za
  • Website URL www.coobs.co.za
  • Opening Hours

    Tuesday to Sunday 12noon - 9.30pm; Sunday 12noon - 4pm

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Cost
R140 avg main meal
Ambience
Classic elegance
Food
Bistro fare, Modern
Payment
Mastercard, Visa

Critic's review

Jodi-Ann Pearton

Food
James Diack is known for fresh, seasonal, fun flavours, which are put together at Coobs in a clever way to tantalise the palate. The plates have a great combination of flavour, colour and texture, which work well together but are at the same time artistic and unique to the chef’s own style.

The menu changes regularly depending on the produce available, and portion sizes are generous, allowing for patrons to share and get a taste of many different dishes. The menu has a bistro influence, with classical cooking methods clearly visible throughout.

A highlight to start is the braised pork-shoulder arancini, with pork-and-lentil ragu, baba ganoush and pomegranate. The flavour of the arancini may change depending on the week, but this dish is always decadent, delicious, heart warming and filling – big enough for two to share. The Scotch egg is also a fabulous twist on a classic, with a soft centre and perfectly seasoned duck, saffron purée and edamame bean purée.

The restaurant is known for its confit of Brightside (from the Diack family farm) pork belly served with slow-braised pork shoulder and truffled potato bake – and for good reason. The dish is simply scrumptious, served with crackling for texture and a hearty, sticky jus. The confit duck leg and duck pie are just as good, and should not be missed. There is also a selection of home-made pastas with creative combinations of sauces as well as traditional compositions available to suit all diners.

The pastry chef has put together a selection of sweets as pretty as a picture, so be sure to sample what’s on offer. The passion fruit and pomegranate mille-feuille with caramelised white chocolate ice cream is something to behold. The menu changes regularly, so be bold and experiment with what’s available.

Drinks
Coobs has a fair, reasonably priced wine list. The staff members are knowledgeable and keen to assist with beverage selections, so ask for help if you need it. There are non-alcoholic beverages and cocktails available, too.

Service
Guests receive fabulous attention to detail from the staff. Waitrons are quick and quirky, and are educated about the regularly updated menu as well as the produce on offer. It’s easy to book a table at Coobs, which makes the overall experience pleasant from the start.

Ambience
The street-side café offers a lovely, Euro-centric feel with a vibrant energy. The shop fitting has been done in a clean, warm way, with lots of wood and natural materials. The atmosphere is well geared towards a casual luncheon or a slightly more formal dinner occasion.

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Coobs has fabulous menu of lunch specials, with wonderful home-style meals at great price points. All the meals are freshly prepared using seasonal ingredients.

(June 2017)

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  • Thulisa Martins

    Food
    Coobs prides itself in finding good-quality ingredients that brings the best flavours and textures in food. Most of the produce comes from the Diack family farm – Brightside. In-season organic vegetables, free-range chicken, ducks and eggs are some of the ingredients that Coobs does not compromise on when cooking; hence the Coobs menu changes quite often.

    The menu is limited, yet everything on it is worth trying. A dish to note, if available, is the Brightside whey-fed pork belly, Asian veg, crispy calamari, kimchi and miso broth. This dish is beautifully presented and the textures and flavours do not disappoint. The tender and juicy pork belly pairs well with the slight spicy and pickle kimchi, crispy Asian vegetables and miso. Then, finally, it's topped with thin strips of calamari to complete it.
    The mains hosts creative dishes, such as roasted cauliflower and blue cheese lasagne served with cauliflower crisps and parmesan raisin muesli. The Korean-style BBQ chicken served with udon noodles, poached egg and kale salad with chilli lime sauce is also noticeable on the menu.

    A very moreish dish to try is the lamb burger. A stack of meaty patty cooked to perfection, juicy not dry; grilled halloumi that melts in the mouth and a homemade tomato relish that complete the burst of flavour and gives the dish a clean fresh note.

    Save space for dessert: try the millionaires shortbread served with salted butterscotch sauce, vanilla brandy snaps, and a smoked caramel and vanilla bean ice cream. This dessert is art on a plate. A touch of richness and decadence, just the correct amount is what one can expect with the dessert. The sweet, salty and gooey millionaires shortbread goes really well with the smooth butterscotch sauce and contrasts beautifully with the chewy lightly smoked macaroon and the creamy vanilla bean ice cream. The perfectly baked brandy snaps adds a good texture dimension. Another dessert to note is the lemon curd crème brûlée served with koeksister ice cream, orange soil, citrus segments and white chocolate snow.

    The food can be summed up as trendy, tasty and innovative.

    Drinks
    The drinks menu includes white wines, red wines, rosés and some craft beers and ciders.

    Service
    Friendly, well-informed and relaxed service. Guests are well taken care of.

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    The interior has a modern twist blonde wood, splashes of crisp green and bright eclectic art on the walls. The décor matches the menu and style of cooking in the restaurant.

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    On a cold winter’s night, blankets are provided for guests to be warm and snuggly.

    (September 2016)

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  • Thulisa Martins

    Food
    Coobs prides itself in finding good quality ingredients that bring out the best flavours and textures in dishes. Most of the produce comes from the Diack family farm, Brightside. In-season organic vegetables, free-range chicken, ducks and eggs are a priority, hence the menu is small and changes quite often.

    While the offering might seem limited, everything on it is worth trying. Keep an eye out for the Brightside whey-fed pork belly with Asian veg, crispy calamari, kimchi and miso broth. This dish is beautifully presented, with the tender, juicy pork belly pairing well with the slightly spicy kimchi and crispy veg. The thin strips of calamari complete the picture.

    Other creative dishes include the likes of roasted cauliflower and blue cheese lasagne served with cauliflower crisps and parmesan raisin muesli, and Korean-style barbecue chicken with udon noodles, poached egg, kale salad and chilli-lime sauce. The lamb burger is very moreish, featuring a juicy, meaty patty cooked to perfection, grilled halloumi and a homemade tomato relish that bursts with flavour and gives the dish a clean fresh note.

    Save space for dessert: Try the artful millionaires shortbread served with salted-butterscotch sauce, vanilla brandy snaps, a lightly smoked macaron, and smoked caramel-and-vanilla-bean ice cream. Another dessert of note is the lemon-curd crème brûlée with koeksister ice cream, orange soil, citrus segments and white chocolate snow.

    Drinks
    There’s something for everybody, from white and red wines to craft beers and ciders.

    Service
    Coobs staff are friendly, well informed and relaxed. Guests are well taken care of.

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    The interior has modern blonde wood, splashes of crisp green and bright eclectic art on the walls. The décor reflects the same philosophy as the food, innovative and fresh.

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    On a cold winter’s night, blankets are provided for guests to be warm and snuggly.

    (August 2016)

  • Gwynne Conlyn

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    The term ‘contemporary’ applies on many levels here. Apart from the spot-on ambience, Coobs also embraces the green movement, as the family farm in the Magaliesberg provides for most of the organic ingredients. The strong and well-balanced menu diverges in an interesting way from the usual bistro fare. Apart from the tasty vegetables, herbs (and even edible wild field pickings) featured, organic and grass-fed meats also make for great taste and texture. The menu changes often, which is a boon for the regular clientele. The wild boar cob salad is a must when it appears on the menu. Another favourite is the orange-glazed duck, slow-roasted and served with cumin-dusted pumpkin, pearl barley and red wine vinaigrette. Choose between ‘sarmies’, risotto and pastas of great quality that will appeal to the vegetarian and carnivore alike. The beef burger is a great lunchtime choice, served here with quality maple-glazed bacon and haloumi. For the veggie-inclined, choices include parmigiana with organically grown aubergine and melt in the mouth fresh mozzarella. Desserts hold their own and its best to keep space: if you’re lucky, you might encounter the Belgian milk chocolate parfait with Oreo crème and chocolate gravel. Go ahead – indulge.

    Drinks
    This is an establishment that clearly prides itself on its wine list. There’s a nice selection of wines by the glass as well. Boutique wine estates that offer good wines feature regularly.

    Service
    Professional and friendly.

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    The look is New York loft, with a stylish yet comfortable feel. The sidewalk tables are great for people watching.

    And…
    Their popular supper club offers a five-course menu with splendid wine matches.

  • Bazil Stander

    Food
    This modern bistro menu presents an innovative and interesting combination of flavours and ingredients, often featuring grass-fed and organic meats and homegrown vegetables. Highlights on the regularly changing menu include twice-baked cheese soufflé with apricot chutney and peppered cashew praline; Asian marinated grilled calamari with wasabi coleslaw; wild boar bacon cobb salad; slow-braised smoked lamb with cucumber raita and masala fries; and fresh and zingy dishes like Harissa-marinated salmon with an organic fennel, celery and chickpea salad. The homemade pastas are excellent and push boundaries in terms of quality; the wild boar ragu with pappardelle is a deeply satisfying and iconic dish, and the butternut gnocchi and smoked ricotta panzerotti are not to be missed either. For dessert, try the citrus baked Alaska, organic pecan pie or the beetroot and white chocolate brownie.

    Drinks
    There's an interesting and well put-together wine list with a good selection at various price points. Quality wines are available by the glass, too.

    Service
    Service is attentive and quick off the mark.

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    Light, modern and airy, Coobs is a sophisticated yet relaxed space to enjoy good, honest food and flavours. It’s a great spot to watch the Parkhurst crowd wander by.

    And…
    Check out The Library next door, it’s a wine-meets-tapas bar for a quick glass of vino and a light snack.

    (August 2014)

  • Chef-patron James Diack has compiled a menu that celebrates produce and a passion for great food. About 75% of veg comes from their organic farm in the Magaliesberg. The menu includes dishes like home-smoked salmon on curry yoghurt with coriander and litchi salsa; a house green salad of peas, avo, beans, cucumber and sprouts; rib-eye with a porcini mushroom cream or a deep rich port jus; and lamb rogan josh bunny chow with mint bread and sambals. You can order parmesan-dusted wedges, Asian veggies or a parmesan risotto as sides! Finish off with chocolate baked Alaska; churros; rhubarb tart with honeycomb; and lemon verbena syrup cake with Cointreau ice cream.
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    Chef owner James Diack has compiled a menu that not only celebrates the produce, but also his passion and understanding of great food. The dinner menu offers starters, pasta dishes, mains and desserts in a modern, fun style, much like the rest of the spots on the main drag of Parkhurst. Coobs aims to trace all their ingredients’ origins, and about 75% of the vegetables used come from their organic farm in the Magaliesberg. Home-smoked salmon comes seared and served on curry yoghurt with coriander and litchi salsa, and free-range chicken liver parfait with homemade fig preserve and Melba pays homage to an earlier style. The house green salad of peas, avo, beans, cucumber and sprouts can be ordered with additional parmesan cheese. Rib-eye comes either with a porcini mushroom cream or a deep rich port jus; line-fish of the day is served with a heaped salad of beans; and lamb rogan josh bunny chow, with mint bread and sambals, is hot, yet tasty and comforting. Side dishes include organic green salad, parmesan-dusted wedges, Asian veggies or a parmesan risotto. To end the meal, their current selection includes chocolate baked Alaska; churros with cinnamon sugar and rich Belgian dark chocolate sauce; rhubarb tart with honeycomb and homemade vanilla bean ice cream; and lemon verbena syrup cake with Cointreau ice cream.

    Wine
    A small but superbly compiled wine list of mostly locals with a few imports should speak to any enthusiast. The selection of wines by the glass is good, with even a Graham Beck Brut available. Other bubblies include Pol Roger, Colmant and a Bisol Jeio Valdobbiadene Prosecco. DMZ Sauvignon Blanc, Crystallum’s The Agnes Chardonnay, Tamboerkloof Viognier, and Spioenkop Riesling are examples of interesting whites, while the reds offer an even greater choice of carefully selected options such as Galpin Peak Pinot Noir, Mr. P Pinot Noir, Muratie Merlot, Usana Cabernet Sauvignon, Raats Dolomite Cabernet Franc, Blackwater Grenache Shiraz, Morgenster Tosca and many more.

    Service
    A small group of young, personable men seems to have the whole restaurant in the palms of their hands: never obtrusive, yet there when you need them. This seems to be one of those easy restaurants where things are done without a fuss and one would do well to listen to the specials and to let the staff guide you in your menu choices. The barman is equally happy to get into a deeper discussion regarding their choice of coffees and preparation methods.

    Ambience
    Coobs is housed in a double-volume space in a brand new building at the bottom end of the famous restaurant lane in Parkhurst. Purpose-built restaurants always come with better lighting, layout, acoustics and overall space utilisation. Much of the raw brick wall space is taken up by large artworks and the wall opposite the entrance boasts a very welcoming bar/coffee area. Outside tables, as they do at many restaurants on this street, allow one to become part of the hustle and bustle. And the chef himself might exchange a friendly word or two and answer any nagging questions about menu choices.

    And...
    Coobs manages to do something that is becoming increasingly rare: combining good food, great service and a selection of high quality beverages to provide the diner with a good time. Informed simplicity and a focus on quality seem to be the order of the day. (Hennie Fisher, April 2013)

User reviews

  • Our favorite favorite restaurant, food creative and delicious and the service is fantastic.
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  • Eaten here a few times, and it's usually hit or miss. Thankfully, they've gotten it right more times than not. Expect rich, artfully plated food. The wait staff are excellent and well trained. It does feel a little over priced, but it is in the heart of Parkhurst.
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  • After much anticipation and great advice from a foodie group, we ventured to Coobs. It was on of the best dining experience I've had in a very long time. We had a Lamb Terrine, Duck Pie, Pork Belly and a Beef Sirloin. Service was on point and the food had a melt-in-your-mouth quality. Portions are so controlled, that after eating mains and desserts, none of us felt like we've overeaten. We all opted for the Textures of Chocolate dessert. Unfortunately two of our fondants were a little overdone which resulted in sponge cakes, rather than fondants. The chocolate brownies weren't as gooey as we expected, but the other two plates were incredible. Service was not intrusive which was fantastic, allowing our group to chat and catch-up, however some general etiquette lacked. - 8/10 A warm, cosy ambience. Only negative, the music is too loud. - 8/10 It is a very comfortable venue. You do not feel rushed. - 9/10 All in all, a fantastic evening with great friends, good wine and beyond amazing food.
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  • Coming from Cape Town I was under the impression Joburg won't beat my local favourites, but Coobs soon showed me that not everything is better in Cape Town. The La Boheme of Parkhurst (in atmosphere) you can say. With their quality homegrown ingredients it would be rather difficult to find a tastier plate. Do try one of their pasta options. Comfort food made from quality ingredients in generous portions - can you ask for more?
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  • We came across Coobs by accident and were delighted by the menu, the freshness of ingredients, the ingenuity and subtlety of the balance of tastes. Each flavour enhances but does not dominate. The staff were wonderful and friendly, we just had the best time.
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  • WOW!!! That was the word that came to mind from the moment we got seated to devouring our amazing dessert. But the hero of the night was without a doubt the burger... I took the beef burger but they also have a lamb option. Its served with leak marmalade, halloumi and smoked ricotta mousse and that amazing wild boar bacon... was the cherry on the cake. You can definitely taste that the chef has a passion for food and what combinations works best. I cant wait to try every single item on the menu! :)
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  • Love this place...(and their winter specials are handy). Had a set menu and was blown away by the flavours and quality food. If you haven't been, make a plan to go!
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  • amazing wine menu, with knowledgable staff, frequent menu changes and locally sourced ingredients make for a special dining experience at coobs. staff are all very attentive, chef personally come to greet each table, which makes it a personal experience, very special. nothing else like it in JHB!!
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  • Best Service, incredible food and the fact the chef/ owner come stop greet you while you are eating makes your experience so special. I highly recommend that you treat your taste buds to Coobs!!
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  • One of the best restaurants in town. Can not fault a thing and highly recommend it. Attention to detail, service and food 10/10.
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  • Love this place, always great service and the consistency of food is always at a high level. Wine list is excellent . Have recommended Coobs to numerous colleagues and visitors from overseas and all have been extremely happy with the quality of service, food and wine . Great value for money !!
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  • Just love going to Coobs, Always Incredible food and service! Basically everything on the menu is phenomenal. Treat yourself to a meal at Coobs!
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  • This is without a doubt my favourite restaurant. I love the whole vibe. The food is always consistently excellent, the service staff are always friendly and knowledgable about the menu. The decor is modern yet warm and elegant. I can't say I have a favourite dish at Coobs as the menu changes often and always keeps me wanting more. I recommend this restaurant to everyone I know and will continue to do so.
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  • My favourite restaurant in Johannesburg. High quality original food, well crafted menu, excellent service in a beautiful setting for the discerning dinner. Not a Spur type family restaurant but something for everyone from vegetarian to steak lovers, young and young at heart. I love the food at Coobs, it is fresh with a focus on sustainable and seasonal with an interested in free range and much of the food comes from the owner, James' family farm which is admirable. James is familiar with all items on the menu and hands on in the kitchen. Coobs recently opened the supper club next door which I am eager to try. The food is healthy and being an ethical eater I appreciate the free range beef and game meat on the menu. The menu changes regularly and the desserts are delicious. This is at least the 12th time I have been to Coobs. I have also taken friends and family who enjoyed it and returned. The wine selection is largely from boutique wine estates and a change to have something different. The owner, James has been there each time, attentive and taking an interest. The waiters are all friendly and knowledgeable, with the majority of the waiters being the original group of waiters from when the restaurant launched. We return regularly. We love Coobs and can't recommend it enough.
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  • Everything is right here but the food.
    Great venue, nice warm design, good concept (all locally sourced organic goods from the family farm), chef with credentials (apparently), but none of this translates to the food.
    Went there last week.
    We ordered an array of items from the menu.
    It would seems the pasta's are quite nice, and the sirloin was not bad, the rest was average at best.
    Duck sticky bun was tough, curry was poor, pork belly was pure fat and had not been rendered down at all, and the roast chicken was substantial but dry. Nando's chicken better to be fair.
    Desserts weren't good either, which surprises me as the chef appears to have some credentials in pastry, which I'm reluctant to believe because apparently the chef also worked under mike bassett, yet there was no evidence of this in the food we ate.
    And this is saying a lot, since i once met a chef Mike had trained from being a cleaner with no experience in a kitchen, and he cooked me a meal that was so good that myself and my wife went to the kitchen to thank him.

    If this restaurant were priced like a Primi Piatti i would not be so vocal, however they price themselves in the category of a Bizerca Bistro in CT which is exceptional, or even Myoga (Mike Basset's current establishment) which serves a 7 course tasting menu of exceptional quality for around R300. Sadly the "protege" has not yet become the master.

    Do yourself a favour and go elsewhere (For a restaurant in the area go to The Foundry, otherwise Try Myoga or Bizerca if you are ever in Cape Town)
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  • We visited coobs in parkhurst and when I read about how they source their produce I was very impressed. I ordered the wholeweat tagliatelle which was completely bland. Others ordered the chicken and it was equally boring and bland and was dry and over cooked. They had no sauces to help us add some flavor when requested. I definitely will not be visiting them again. Service was fair.
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  • The food was incredible, I tried the Tofu Ramen main and it was divine, the chocolate fondant was also made to perfection. The waitrons were all so friendly and provided us with excellent service. All in all, it was an awesome evening and I will definitely recommend it to my friends. Definitely one of my favorite places in Gauteng.
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  • Great food great atmosphere and great service
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  • Thank you for an absolutely amazing evening. Your Library tasting menu was unbelievable. The wine and food pairings were perfect. Waitrons were superb and nothing was too much hassle. This is easily one of the best meals I have had. :)
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  • On a visit from Sydney and had the pleasure of eating at Coobs. Sydney prides itself of the quality of the restaurants. My experience at Coobs equalled and even surpassed eating out at some of our top restaurants. The food was delicious beyond words, the service excellent and we drank some lovely wines. I don't really know South African wines but our friends commented that they were not the usual suspects found on Johannesburg menus. Planning another meal before we go back.

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  • Visited on a busy night so the service struggled. Noise levels pretty high too due to hard surfaces. Food wise, the sweet potato souffle starter was very good, but the cured salmon was off and should not have been served. We complained and they took it away but they charged us anyway. It was taken off the bill when we complained again. Mains, not great. Thyme gnocchi with wild muschroons basically smothered in cream but unremarkable and cooked crumbed venison terrine, strange. We cut our losses and did not tackle dessert.

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  • Probably one of the best resutaurants in JHB.

    Don't believe the bad reviews - if you're a fan of Spur and its portions then don't go here. It's not for you. But, if you like an eating experience where you enjoy a journey from starter to dessert - then this is the place. Fresh ingredients, a vast wine list, a well thought through menu and great service.

    Delicious!

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  • We tried this restaurant at the end of June for a friend's birthday celebration, after hearing good things online.

    The interior is visually attractive - modern and clean and hard - so the restaurant is quite noisy. The manageress was a bit snooty, but the waiters were good-humoured and knowledgeable.

    The food is ok. Not awful or anything, but certainly nothing new, different, or particularly special. Just ok. And as one of the other reviewers has said, the portions are quite small for the prices they're asking. Basically the food does not live up to the hype this restaurant has managed to create for itself.

    On the plus side they have some lovely and unusual wines.
    Would that be enough to make me go back? Er. no.

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  • Portions minute, service shocking and manager rude. Tables on top of each other. I absolutely hated the place!

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  • The winter menu is phenomenal. Try the Salmon Wellington, hands down the best dish I have eaten in Joburg.

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  • A friend and I decided to give Coobs a try and it was a let down. Everything we had was average and for the price it's a bit cheeky. We were drawn in by the whole organic farm fresh product but it may as well have been microwaved food.

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  • Had dinner on Valentine's Day and the location is rather lovely. Starter was great and the rib-eye beef was sub-standard. This was duely changed for a delicious prawn pasta. Dessert was disappointing - fresh berries was not delivered as promised on the menu (lemon tart).

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  • Lovely decor, but poor service and average food that was overpriced made it a tiresome eating experience. And they insisted that they charged for "corkage", even though they did not have a liquor license. Disappointing.

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  • I was most surprised to read the previous review. We consider ourself at this new fabulous eatery. I am a vegeterian and my favourite dish is the home-made goats cheese and butternut gnocchi, I also love the Asian mushroom parpadelle .
    They have an awesome version of melanzane to start which I have enjoyed on a few occasions, their rissottos are also almost always veggie as well. The starter speacial also contains vegeterian dishes and on Wednesday evening I enjoyed an awesome riccotta stuffed zucchini flower and my partner had an memorable fig dish. So the comment that vegeterians aren't catered for seems a bit out of place, I have also had more than charming service from both the hostess and waiters. As far as the Thomas Maxwell Bistro, I reserve my opinion

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  • Our first visit to one of the restaurants in this new part of Parkhurst. While we waited 5 minutes before our waiter arrived at the table, the rest of the service and food made up for it. Our starters of calamari and salmon tartare were very tasty, as was my confit duck main course. My wife's mushroom linguine, however, took top honours! Sublime! We shared a lovely chocolate mousse and butterscotch dessert. Shortish wine list, but contains very good variety. Modern setting...an enjoyable night out!

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  • The atmosphere may have been pleasant but the service and menu options for vegetarians is very limited. I think the chef punished me for the feedback provided as he had a heavy hand with the chillies when preparing my food. The hostess and the head chef should definitely take some tips from the guys over at Thomas Maxwell Bistro when it comes to dealing with customers!

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  • Coobs has the best atmosphere, food and service in Parkhurst. Among all the restaurants in Parkhurst, Coobs is the best. Everything is made fresh, and being American, I'm the most critical .So happy I live in the area - what a 'win'.

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  • Excellent food, great service, strikingly decorated space. Well worth a visit.

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Menu

Set menu - Coobs menu - Updated August 2017

Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Dinner
  • Dog-friendly
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  • Licensed
  • Lunch
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  • Serves food
  • Wheelchair

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