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The hearty meals brim with comfort, from the Cape Malay mussel pot with fresh mussels in a traditional West Coast creamy curry sauce and crostini to the peri peri chicken livers for starters.
In the mains, the oxtail in red wine with seasonal vegetables and mashed potato is a go-to dish. So is the three-hour lamb shank with rosemary, red wine and vegetables. For an exotic taste, the Barbadian chicken – grilled chicken breast marinated in garlic, ginger and fresh red chilli, and served with mashed potato, avocado and pineapple salsa – is a pretty-looking, delicious dish. There are options of burgers, pasta, seafood and combination meals, as well as spicy delights for variety.
If you want to go light, there are fresh, tasty salads and a selection of deli treats, including quesadillas, wraps and toasted sandwiches. Vegetarian options are available.
For dessert, the molten chocolate pudding with vanilla ice cream and roasted almonds goes down well.
A selection of South African wines plus freshly squeezed specialty juices and decadent smoothies.
Relatively efficient and friendly.
A combination of a café and a restaurant, Circus Circus spills out into the buzz of the Gateway mall ground floor, but is cleverly situated on the periphery leading outside. The inside is a warm escape of contemporary décor with vintage and architectural undertones.
A quality meal for those dinner-and-movie dates or for a satisfying lunch before or after your business in the mall.
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