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Marble by David Higgs

Marble by David Higgs
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Cost
R295 avg main meal
Ambience
Contemporary cool
Food
Contemporary fare, Modern
Payment
Amex, Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
No BYO

Critic's review

Jodi-Ann Pearton

Food

David Higgs’s iconic Rosebank restaurant was one of 30 nominees for the 2017 Eat Out Mercedes-Benz Restaurant Awards.

Imagine an Argentinian grill with an incredibly modern and eccentric twist. Here you’ll find all the bells and whistles that chef David Higgs can possibly bring to the table, alongside local and seasonal ingredients. The dishes are well-balanced, tantalising the palate with subtle smoky notes on every plate.

The menu is somewhat of a journey, with flavours ranging from complex Mediterranean inspirations to light Thai infusions and Argentinian barbecue grills. The utilisation of fresh ingredients and vegetables to lighten the dishes is inspiring, and the imagination runs wild with the various combinations of spices, pastes and sauces on offer.

Starters to consider include the wood-fired asparagus served with a parmesan cream, shiitake tapenade and pickled baby leeks. The shiitake tapenade offers an umami kick to the sweet, smoky asparagus, and the parmesan cream is rich, rounding the dish off with a salty crystalline note. For the more adventurous, there’s the octopus with sweet potato and chorizo sauce, served with coal-roasted Mediterranean vegetables and gremolata. This traditional Mediterranean family favourite is delicious served hot off the coals, slightly charred and perfectly paired with the spiced, smoked paprika notes of the oily chorizo sausage. The complementary vegetables and olive oil are regionally perfect for the tender octopus and it is definitely worth a try.

For the less daring palate, try the fragrant mussels that are flamed with coconut and lemongrass and served with fennel and fennel juice. Or try the Marble bites, which are fabulous for sharing.

The Works are a highlight at Marble Restaurant, with a lot of focus and insight having gone into each and every plate. Higgs has really thought about each and every flavor combination, texture, colour and scent in the creation of these dishes. Not only are they well balanced on the palate, each is also aesthetically pleasing. The plates are simple and delicate, yet hearty and filling.

There is a large focus on meat at Marble, yet you will be pleasantly surprised to find a fabulous selection of excellent seafood, too. Try the giant prawns, which are grilled on the open flames and served with paella-style rice, pickled calamari tentacles, salsa and bisque. Or go for the sea bass tikka masala with tempura onion, tamarind, pumpkin and spinach.

For the meat eaters there’s an array of fabulous dishes, but the rib-eye steak with bean stew, bone marrow, butter emulsion and mash potato is a highlight. The pork with gorgonzola sauce, carrot and spring onion sauce, chimichurri and carrot is sublime.

For those diners with a sweet tooth, dessert is a treat. The pastry team has some lovely combinations and, although the menu is small, it is clever and enticing. There is something for everyone and the combinations are delicious. The plates are as pretty as a picture. Try the amaretto crème brûlée with dulce de leche, almond and poached apple for a real treat.

All the cheese is sourced from local farmers and is served with home-baked breads, preserves and pickles. It’s a perfect way to finish off the meal.

Marble also offers a bar and tapas menu with light eats and bites at the bar area or on the deck, with the best view in Johannesburg. On offer are items such as oysters with spicy tomato dressing and fresh horseradish, pork tortillas, and fish and chips – but not just your average offering, this is sea bass tempura with marble fries, lemon aioli and peas. Also on offer is pissaladière and plates to share.

Drinks
The wine list is exceptional, with a vast selection of wines available from all over South Africa and abroad. There’s a vast selection of coveted white, red and rosé wines that are very hard to come by and a true treat to try. The bar also offers an exceptional selection of spirits, including fabulous gins and an excellent cocktail menu.

Service
The attention to detail by the maître d’ and the staff is excellent, at times almost over the top. Your wine glass is always full and your empty plate is always quickly removed. The general service is very professional and, no matter the size of your group, the staff are excellent and well-polished, ensuring that your experience is a great one. Making a booking at Marble is also extremely efficient.

Ambience
Marble is situated in Rosebank with a view to die for, and has been furnished elaborately. The décor is stylish and the attention to detail is exceptional. Nothing has been left untouched. Every little thing has been thought of and it makes every patron feel special, no matter the occasion. The establishment caters for business diners, casual luncheons as well as special occasions. The music, lighting and seating is on point. The lavish look and feel of the restaurant with the casual open-plan kitchen works well together to create a fabulous balance of theatrical energy that pleases diners, helping to engage and create energy in the dining area.

And…
Marble Restaurant is the place to be seen in Johannesburg. Although the food is great it comes at a hefty price, so be prepared to whip out your credit card and feel the burn. It's worth every cent.

(October 2017)

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    Food

    At the heart of the restaurant is a magnificent, custom-made wood-fired grill. It’s the Cadillac of grilling machines: Its signature crankwheels allow you to adjust the height of the cooking surface over the open flames to modulate the temperature, but it’s still down to the chefs to create the magic. It’s a little bit cowboy and wonderfully theatrical, and for Higgs it’s a chance to show South Africans the kinds of marvels you can create with – to put it plainly – a really big braai.

    The menu remains the same for both lunch and dinner service. It’s concise and beautifully presented. There’s an element of smoke or fire to every dish, but each take is unique, with no two looking or tasting the same. You’ll find paprika, harissa, chipotle and other well-known smokey components dotted through the dishes, but other fascinations, like smoked eggs, ash butter, burnt orange and dishes like the coal-roasted soup, will have foodies clamouring for more.

    The menu showcases a wide range of both fish and meat dishes with a good array of enticing vegetarian options that steer clear of the obvious. Favourites from the starting line-up include fired prawns with lime, honey and sugarcane; hot-smoked trout with green pickles, endive salad and a dill-and-caper yoghurt; and blackened octopus with a crushed paprika potato, candied lemon and a squid-ink dressing.

    There’s also a selection of salads that keeps with the smoked and flame-grilled philosophy, from which the Super Salad – a spectacle of fired and marinated cauliflower, iceberg lettuce, edamame, peas, quinoa, pumpkin seeds, pomegranate, cucumber, mint and a tahini-and-buttermilk dressing – is testament that salads can be pretty damn exciting.

    For mains at Marble you’ll choose between an assortment of either Works or Signatures. The Signatures are made up of four sharing dishes for two people, and celebrate David’s take on the true nature of the South African braai: The primal joy of eating together around the open flame. The côte de bœuf, served with bone marrow, thin-cut fries, grilled asparagus and parmesan, is a carnivorous feast, and the fried fish and shellfish for two is a carnival of prawns, calamari, mussels, octopus, linefish, lime rice, braaied greens and a shellfish butter.

    The Works are individual dishes celebrating popular and unusual cuts of meat, as well as an assortment of fish and vegetables, flame-grilled to perfection and presented in fine-dining fashion with the most sensational accompaniments. The pork neck, served with grilled pineapple, bok choy, sugar snaps, celeriac remoulade, pork crackling and a jalapeño syrup is a gorgeous fusion of sweet, savoury and spice with Asian undertones. The classic selection of steaks, served with wood-fired vegetables, fries and your choice of sauce, are highly recommended. The sauces are like nothing you’ve experienced before: smoked field mushroom, herb jus, chakalaka and smoked red pepper and chipotle that will have you scraping the last morsels from your plate.

    Desserts continue in the same vein, but with hints of childlike abandon. For something playful and light, choose from an assortment of ice-cream sandwiches, all featuring different fillings and biscuits or, for something a little more serious, the burnt strawberries with pistachio crème, ash meringue and kataifi.

    Drinks

    The floor-to-ceiling glass cellar that separates the restaurant from the bar is a spectacle to behold, and its contents of international and local wines is spellbinding. Marble’s in-house sommelier is ready and waiting to guide you through the list and point you in the right direction. There are also some great options by the glass.

    Service

    The service is excellent and on point. As Marble has only just opened, waiters aren't yet as well versed in the menus as they could be.

    Ambience

    Being four floors up, you’ll revel in palatial views across the Johannesburg skyline. The décor is so refined, so beautifully put together, that it’s worth a visit just to experience interior design and décor at their most exceptional. From the bathrooms to the chairs, the light fittings to the antique toothpick boxes, no expense has been spared – and it shows. The ambience is formal, but the bar area allows people to kick back and relax in wingback chairs and on soft leather couches. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic indulgence or a seriously splashy business lunch.

    And…

    The cocktails at the bar are superb; book early for dinner so you can enjoy an aperitif and soak up the sunset.

    (August 2016)

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User reviews

  • LOCATION: Location! Location! Location! This exclusive rooftop restaurant got it “SPOT ON”. Situated in Rosebank; positioned within the nucleus of the Keyes Art Mile. A place where everything and everyone breathes on Creativity, Innovation, Expression, Diversity, and Beauty. Address: Trumpet on Keyes, cnr Jellicoe Avenue & Keyes Avenue, Rosebank. POWERFUL DUO: David Higgs, has become a household name in South Africa due to him being a judge in SA’s First My Kitchen Rules (MKR) show. Well known as one of the top chefs in SA, David is formerly, from The 5 Star Saxon and Rust en Vrede, Stellenbosch. David Higgs has many accolades to his name but his restaurant MARBLE is something to truly MARVEL. I had an opportunity of meeting both him and his partner; both of whom are down to earth, friendly, energetic … Gary Kyriacou a bold, brilliant, and innovative businessman with an eye for sophistication used his skills and experience to making the MARBLE experience one of a kind. DRINKS: Yes, MARBLE restaurant is known for their extensive variety of drinks. We sampled a variety of cocktails while enjoying the vibrant energy of the City on the rooftop. My favourite sundowner was The Italian Rose (presented in a timeless, crystal, flute and edged with botanic decorative engravings) this slightly milky, pink potion with a hot pink edible flower was totally delectable. A concoction of Moet & Chandon Rose Champagne, Beefeater24 Gin, Lime Juice & Simple Syrup. While Tesh says the Bianco Charrara No.1 was his No.1; (a blend of Inverroche Classic Gin, Elderflower Syrup, Fresh Cucumber, Lemon Juice & Smoked Salt). There are a wide selection of wines (from Normandie, Eisen and Viljoen (Red), Storm Vrede (Pinot Noir), Luddite (Shiraz), Edgebaston, GS (Cabernet Sauvignon), Shannon, Mount Bullet (Merlot), Mullineux (White), Storm (Chardonnay), David Finlayson, Camino Africana (Chenin Blanc) and and and…..hoping my list enlightens you a little on their wine collection. They have a wide range of Gin, Whiskey, Tequila, Beer, Vodka and Champagne. We both enjoyed the Laurent-Perrier, Cuvee Rose. This bar is nothing short of world class. APPETIZERS/HORS D’OEUVRE/STARTERS: Salmon: The salmon was grilled to perfection, presented with a crunchy asian slaw, wasabi and sesame seeds. It was beautifully presented and textures all complimented each other. A must try for salmon lovers. Prawn: These prawns are grilled Kimchi style then served with a seaweed salad, glass noodles and wasabi pearls. “Pretty” delicious. ENTRÉE/MAINS: Game – This piece of game was coal roasted, it was succulent and tender; served with creamed, mustard cabbage and sweet potatoe crisp. I loved it!!! Tuna – Grilled on coals this fresh tuna, served with soft, boiled eggs, pineapple with a sprinkle of peanuts. A refreshing, delightful light main course. This tuna steak took me back to my visits in Sol, Cape Verde Islands. Yes, the tuna was that FRESH. This tuna however had a unique SA braai flair and it was presented on a proudly South African made plate by a local artist,Mervyn Gers. A grand spectacular rooftop SA braai. DESSERT/SWEETS: Ice Cream Sandwiches – There are options of Almond Meringue with Halva Ice Cream or Chocolate Chip cookie, vanilla ice cream or Brandy Snap with PEANUT BUTTER, strawberry jam and ice cream. Being a lover of Peanut Butter from my childhood days; anything Peanut Butter on a menu is a must try. My dessert was perfectly presented, with perfect amount of edible gold leaf flakes, to bling up my dessert; this perfectly complimented the brown peanut butter and brandy brittle outer. It was crunchy, yet sophisticated with a unique flavour and the right amounts of ice cream and jam; all the elements came together perfectly. There are also various salads, cheeses, pickles and a selection of bites at the bar lounge to choose from. AMBIENCE: It’s always about the little things. We hear this phrase over and over, and over again but it’s so TRUE. Even before I reached this impressive, rooftop restaurant; an impression of the restaurant was subtly hinted to me. As I pressed their “MARBLE” stone lift button instead of Third Floor. It set the scene for my evening ahead. The bar lounge was buzzing with energy, most patrons eagerly waiting for the sunset to take a perfect SUNDOWNER selfie. While the dining area seemed calmer and more intimidate. I was delighted to see the fragrant, delightful Africology Brands used in their restrooms. This restaurant is as diverse as our rainbow nation topped with an abundance of class Want to mingle with the who’s who in SA and possibly some international recognised celebrities? If you lucky enough you just might. SEATING: There is an outdoor seating section on the balcony to enjoy the daylight with a tasty sundowner. There are two divisions on the inside of the restaurant, dividing the bar lounge from the main restaurant is a glass cellar. MARBLE restaurant also boasts two private dining rooms; these are more suited for corporate organisations looking to host meetings ,lunches, dinners… Find out more. All bookings are essential at this roof, TOP class restaurant and please note your booking will only be held for a maximum of 20mins after your reservation time. This is a hotspot in Joburg. Make a reservation : reservations@marble.restaurant HANDS: As you walk in you are greeted with friendly, attentive smiles from the huge reception desk. To be honest I don’t remember who my waiter was. It was all hands on deck irrelevant if staff are based in the bar lounge area or restaurant; anyone and everyone assisted and took responsibility for ensuring your needs were meet promptly. David Higgs, himself removed by plate from the table, and queried, how our experience was . YOU are their main focus; your experience at their restaurant,is everything. Co Owner, Gary Kyriacou also hands on, mingled with the guests and patrons ART: The stone MARBLE is associated with the Classical World’s era of Art History. MARBLE is a stone that was used as a timeless classic in Art. I am sure you have heard the phrases “set in stone” or “as hard as a rock”. Marble is a cultural symbol in Greco Roman cultures symbolising tradition and refined taste. Greek sculptors referred to MARBLE as the “shining stone” and the name MARBLE is derived from the Greek “Marmareos” which means “glistening”. Michael Angelo’s masterpiece the Statue of David was sculpted in MARBLE. MARBLE is as associated with the best known and priceless works from around the world. The Taj Mahal in India and Parthenon of Athens are also composed of Marble. The stone has decorative patterns, which makes it a favourite decorative material. Marble stone is used extensively for sculpture in Art and as architectural material. Over the ages it has become ICONIC for refined taste, prestige and culture.The stone also symbolises endurance and stability. MARBLE restaurant prides itself with various Art from around SA. Mixing the classic with the modern. From the plates that you eat on to the beautiful lighting fixtures everything is proudly and creatively SA. The various artists works displayed in the restaurant are a legacy of SA Art. This restaurant shows off some of SA’s best creatives at their best. THE BUTCHERY: Just underneath Marble Restaurant, Visit their butchery. https://thebutchery.co.za/ VERDICT: TRUMPET on Keyes, is a Trump Card for MARBLE. Excellence and Couture Flaming Cooking and Art defined. Thank you for the amazing experience MARBLE; from the sundowners to the desserts; every element was thought about in-depth and all the flavours on the menu was delivered. This a MUST experience for any Art lover, Food lover, Life lover, Joburger, South African, for everyone and anyone. Delicate, beautiful, sensational Art served on a plate at the Keyes Art Mile where Classic and Modern architecture meet.
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  • First thing's first the service and overall feel of this restaurant was incredible. From the hostesses to the waiters you are truly made to feel special. However the food left a sour taste in my mouth. For a starter I had the Kudu which was excellent, the different flavours complimented each other tremendously which had me looking forward to my main course. After much deliberation I decided to go with the Giant prawns as the waiter gushed about it ( no doubt it was because of the R690 it would add to our bill). When it arrived it was plated beautifully and I quickly tucked in with much excitement however, I was thoroughly disappointed as the prawns were over done and the paella rice that accompanied the dish tasted burnt. While these were definitely giant Mozambican prawns they were flavored and prepared very poorly. I genuinely believe that given the chance even an Ocean Basket could have prepared these prawns better, it was definitely not worth the price and I would stay away from that dish in the future. For desert I had the cheesecake which was delightfully delicious and the texture was nothing short of perfect. Overall I would not rate the food I had experienced very high as the prawns ruined the meal for me however, if I do return it would be for the amazing service and even better cheesecake.
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  • Think I might be the first person on this site to praise Marble. Food was unbeliveable, service was great and ambience was warm. Sounds like they were terrible when they opened up, but they sure as hell sorted out their act. Can definitely recommend it! Just make sure the credit card is paid off before you go.
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  • Marble restaurant. The best of the meal were the bread basket. The black octopus had no taste, spices and no flavor, we're tough and I had to add salt and pepper. The main coarse had no taste, spices or any flavour. We eat out often in upper market restaurant and this was the most tasteless meal ever. Will not return.
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  • Took friends out to dinner to what is supposed to be the best new place on the block. Finding the venue was difficult. Parking is a royal mess. The food was well below average and 3out of 4 guests descibed their meal as tasteless. This was not worth the trouble. If something drastic doesn't change then Marble will be closed soon. It definitely is not worth a second visit. It is embarrasing to have to apologise to your guests about the poor quality of the food at an expensive venue like this.
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  • I had been wanting try Marble ble for weeks, and eventually did so last week. Very disappointing. Parking is a shamble. Yes these is parking across the road, but no signage directing to it, and no indication that there are two.... I drove around the block 3 times. Al the concierge in front of the building did was point across the street. No map of the parking facilities on your website. The restaurant was fairly empty, waiters standing around chatting among themselves. Our waiter's shirt was damaged on the front ( I initially thought it was embroidered,but not) , he wasn't shaved closely. High prices not warranted and not aligned with the quality of the food. Plus two of our meat dishes had been ordered as medium and came as rare. Won't be back and won't recommend it . Really not a great customer experience
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  • This is the worst restaurant I have eaten at. The food is soo over priced and tastes terrible. It is an absolute rip-off.
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  • Totally overrated Food tasteless and prices exorbitant Definitely not value for money The only plus is the good wine selection which is also over priced Will definitely not go back
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  • There's no denying Marble is ecstatically beautiful. Inside and out. Ours was a walk-in visit to Marble on a scorching Saturday afternoon. We did not have a full-on meal, but enjoyed crisp, refreshing cocktails (served in the most gorgeous glasses) alongside a tiny platter for nibbles. This little platter consisted of bacon-dusted popcorn, salty crackling, deep-fried biltong, and lukewarm olives. (Why they had to heat the olives I honestly can't fathom.) Sadly, the eats on this little platter were all so salty, it leaves my mouth watery just thinking of it now – and not in a good way. An odd intro to David Higgs's new place, I must admit. Mixed feelings.
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  • My experience at Marble this week was one of the most disappointing I have had in Johannesburg. I booked a while ago for a birthday dinner. I was sure we were in for a treat. I could not have been more wrong. To start with they could not find our reservation, despite confirming it that morning. I understand that happens and eventually that was resolved. We waited a good while to be served, which, as it was busy, I can also understand. There was loads of confusion on the floor between the wait staff. We must have had at least 3 other table's food, come to our table, together with wine that we did not order, but which the waiter insisted belonged to us. ALL before our own waiter came to take our order. Perhaps we should have taken the wine - it might have helped. When our waiter did arrive to take our order, he was so busy giving orders to waiters at the tables around us, I was amazed he even managed to take our order down correctly. That was the first real shocker of the evening. The starter course was the best part of the evening - we had the prawns, kudu and trout.For mains, my companions had the rib-eye steak, which they said was good, if slightly overdone. I had the Wood Fried Beets. I know it's difficult to introduce flavour into vegetarian meals, but I honestly could not tell what I was eating (other than the Beetroot). The worst part was the ball of buratta cheese which was under the stack of beets. It was fridge cold and hard, so any flavour there would have been was never going to be there. I still don't understand how it could have been plated like that. The meal was tasteless and disappointing. I ended up leaving half of it. We decided to persevere in an attempt to resurrect the evening. We decided to try the “Four local cheeses, pickles and preserves” for dessert. While we were trying to order, our waiter was leaning over me, calling instructions to the people serving food at the table next to ours. I eventually had to sit back and wait until he was finished to give him the order. Again I really can’t account for this level of service and am still completely taken aback. The final insult came when he delivered the cheese board, and simply walked away to continue his discussion with the next door table. We asked him if he could please tell us what the cheeses on the board were. Rather than come back and stand next to the table to talk to us, he called out names while he was moving around the next door table. Given the noise in the restaurant and the distance from the next door table to ours, there was no way we would have been able to hear him. I have never experienced anything like it. We gave up trying , so I still don’t know what we ended up eating, but it was mediocre at best. This was meant to be a treat and it turned out to be the biggest disappointment. Perhaps it was an off-night, given the reviews above, but based on this experience, I could not recommend this restaurant.
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  • A beautiful venue marred by really mediocre food. Undercooked chicken and overcooked fish. Congealed and over-salted sauce garnishes. Such a disappointment
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  • Fire Enthusiasts… Food Enthusiasts…. and MARBLE Enthusiasts we have become... A THEATRE OF EXPERIENCE… INDEED My brother and I have been on this let’s check out new places to hang out and have glorious food while we catch up tip… So we checked out Marble restaurant last Sunday and to say we were pleasantly surprised would be a total understatement. We were in awe from the moment we walked in. The design and décor is something out of this world, the art is phenomenal and you can tell every piece was picked with flair, sophistication and an air of glam. But because the amazing views, champagne and ambiance aren’t what make a restaurant a restaurant… We had to get to the food. So when they say Marble offers you not just a plate of food… But a theater of experience they aren’t exaggerating. I could go on about everything we tried, what an orgasmic journey our taste buds took but I doubt I would do any of the dishes we had justice. The best thing to do is to experience the impeccable food and world class service for yourself. www.nomnomnomty.com http://marble.restaurant/
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  • Marble is tough to rate with stars, so thankfully I get to use words to explain why; I rated the ambiance 5 stars because the bar side has such an incredible feel to it that it has left a branded impression on me. I felt like I was teleported to a 5 star rooftop bar in Hong Kong or New York; a spacious, tastefully furnished space of brown leathers, shades of grey fabrics, hints of brass and a gorgeous marble bar that stretches across the length of the room that leads to a balcony with a view of a setting sun or city lights (depending on what time you go). Trendy, sophisticated yet still relaxed, I sat drinking my carefully selected G&T that I had fun deliberating over with a barman who clearly knew his stuff, with my husband and friends slightly distracted by the most sexy scent that they have diffusing through the air (I still need to find out what it is-I need it!). The ambiance changed when moved over to our table on the 'restaurant side' that felt very much like a large hotel restaurant with a vast amount of lovely marble tables, perhaps too much of a contrast from the dim moody lighting in the bar, but I assume the brighter lighting is so you can see and appreciate the beautiful presentation of the food. I sat through the meal missing the bar area, and almost wishing we had opted to stay there and order from the bar menu. That being said, the open fire and chefs busy at work is always nice to see but I would recommend asking for a table closest to the action if you want to benefit from it. The service I gave 3 stars because although it was great from the door, to the bar to our table, it felt like our waiter was trying to turn our table ASAP, poor guy was probably trying to be efficient and 'at our service' but being asked every few minutes if our bread (which they bring when you sit down and is quite possibly the most delicious restaurant bread on the planet) could be cleared, then our starters (which we wanted to enjoy and savour), one eventually gives in and hands over the plates with that feeling of ; 'I could have used an extra taste'. The food-4 stars, the last star got dropped because of the blackened octopus starter that was surprisingly very rubbery but worth the extra chewing effort for the taste. My fillet was perfection and delicious and we skipped dessert although the selection looked yummy, we were too full. There is also a beautiful glass wine cellar housing a large variety of wines to suit a variety of meals and palates. A tad over priced and I say this only because I have been 'wowed' for the same price but no regrets, the experience made it worth it. I'll be back (many times) and I'm heading straight for the bar!
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  • Absolutely amazing views and beautifully decorated. The service was fantastic and our waiter offered insightful comments as to the choice of wine. It is most certainly not your average "braaivleis". The Aubergine starter with hummus is exquisite, the prawns tasted like they were caught that morning. The meat was fabulous and very well prepared. Look out for the smoked pepper and chipotle sauce served with the Rib-eye, it's mind blowing. I was doubtful to try a desert (most of the choices are flame-grilled fruit), but the pineapple was a refreshing finish to the meal. Definitely my new go-to for special occasions!
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  • Dinner
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  • Smoking

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