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3Sixty Liquid Lounge

5 Reviews
Burgers, Modern, Sushi, Tapas
Phone Number 0115107340 Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday 3pm to 12 midnight; Friday and Saturday 12noon to 2am; Sunday 12 noon to 12midnight

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Menu

Menu - 3sixty restaurant menu - Updated April 2018

Details

Cost
R125 avg main meal
Food
Burgers, Modern, Sushi, Tapas
Corkage
no BYO
Cost
R125 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Special occasions, Views
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Beer served, Cocktails, Dinner, Food, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Vegetarian

Owner's description

3Sixty is a restaurants, bistro and cocktail lounge in one. The trendy bar offers stylish drinks and an impressive cocktail list with all the classics, martinis and champagne cocktails. There are two food menus – the bistro menu and the main menu. Choose from sushi, mezzes and other nibbles. The main menu offers different entrees, Japanese dishes and a cheese platter.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    The first time I came here was for dinner with my partner and we were nicely greeted by the waiters and shown to our table. We were given our menus on ipads (very fancy), they're very user friendly and the menu is very clear and easy to navigate. We wanted to try a bit of everything so ordered the quattro burgers (lamb), the duck spring rolls, the risotto parmesan balls and the prawn dimsum. Unfortunately they were out of prawn dim sum so I had to opt for chicken, but the waitress was very professional in the way she delivered the "out of stock" message. Overall the food was pretty tasty, a little underseasoned and we had no salt and pepper at our table but it was good. The one thing I didn't particularly enjoy was the parmesan risotto balls, they were very gloopy and incredibly under seasoned: with a risotto ball I also expect to still see bits of rice, but this was just a mushy mass. My favourite had to be the duck spring rolls with a lovely crispy pasty and lovely spices in the filling. The lamb burger was also very nice but could have done with a lettuce leaf or something to add a little bit of texture. The dim sum was tasty, however the casing was a bit think, but the flavour was there. One thing that really stood out for me was the prices. This place was good value for money. we had more than enough food for the two of us and it's cost us just around R200. The portions are generous and the staff are lovely. Overall it's a nice place, the casino does distract a bit but I suppose that's also part of the charm. I might pop in again, especially if I find myself needing a late dinner as they are open until midnight. I've changed my mind slightly since I've been back as they seem to have shortened the menu and therefore have a lot less variety, and when you try and eat tapas style to share a few things for the table - variety is key. BUT we discovered a cigar lounge in the back where you can finish you cocktails or glass of wine after your dinner while enjoying soem lounge music... very nice vibe.
    3Sixty Liquid Lounge is an experience not to be missed!!!! The counter is marble and has an inlay that's 'iced' or 'frozen'. It is just way way cool (hahaha, no pun intended). I decided to try their cheesecake - its a Vanilla cheesecake, served with an iced fruit ball cut in half, fruit pulp, caramel smear and a very refreshing and cooling Lemon & Mint Sorbet. It was deeeelicious!!!!! Looking at the menu, I spotted the 'Quattro Mini burgers' and cannot wait to try them out! Our service was good and the photos on the IPad menu are just drool-worthy!

    Very average experience. Needed to call our waiter every time we needed something - there was no interest at all. Overall 4 out 10. Won't be back in a hurry!

    What a horrible experience. Poor service, worst sushi ever and a lack of interest from waiter, chef and management.

    We wanted to try something new Friday evening 25/4 so decided to try 3Sixty in Monte Casinio. Well, what an awesome experience! So cool to be handed an iPad as menu. Food is beautifully presented and delicious. Enjoyed the Graham Watkins project entertaining us. Will be back for sure!

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