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Hemingways Restaurant & Wine Cellar (Centurion)

5 Reviews
Burgers, Fine-dining food, French, Italian, Light meals, Pizzas, Pub fare, Seafood, South African, Steak, Tapas, Vegetarian
Phone Number 0126603300 Opening Hours

Mondays closed; Tuesday to Friday 12pm to 10pm; Saturdays 6pm to 10pm

Menu

Menu - Menu currently unavailable
PDF - Hemingway Menu – 2018 Email
PDF - Hemingway Menu – 2018 Email

Details

Cost
R111 avg main meal
Food
Burgers, Fine-dining food, French, Italian, Light meals, Pizzas, Pub fare, Seafood, South African, Steak, Tapas, Vegetarian
Corkage
R40
Cost
R111 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Local cuisine, Special occasions
Payment
Amex, Diners, Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa, Zapper
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Accommodation, Beer served, Cocktails, Dinner, Dress code, Fireplace, Food, Functions, Hotel, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Reservations recommended, Serves food, StreetSmart affliated, Vegetarian, Wheelchair, WiFi

Location and contact

Leriba Hotel, 245 End Avenue, Clubview, Centurion, Pretoria

Owner's description

Hemingways Restaurant and Wine Cellar is tastefully decorated with understated minimalist elegance. The ambiance reminds of a classic French cafe with splashes of contemporary Provencal style. The gardens create a perfect backdrop for the sun soaked terrace, where you can enjoy a sumptuous meal or an afternoon cocktail. The carefully selected wine collection offers a wide range of tastes and flavours to compliment the culinary journey with excellent paring suggestions. Chef, Natasha Conradie offers an exciting and honest menu with flavours that will awaken your senses.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    Possibly one of my favorite hidden gems! If you are looking for a space for a couples night out or an intimate party of 8 to 10 - this is it! I love the quiet classiness of the venue ( and the fact than on weekends it is even more intimate). Simple pleasures like the chef's taste temptation of the day, sorbet between the meals and mains served under a polished silver dome in unison make it worth the drive (or uber) from Joburg. The pork belly with baby apple is pure perfection, and I have been so ruined I cannot order it anywhere else. The Trio of desserts (be it chocolate, orange rooibos or some exotic introduction) leave me sated and wanton every time. Prices are more than reasonable, a red wine selection right up my alley (cannot comment on the white) and staff who are well spoken, warm and welcoming. The only wish I have is that they would make more use of the baby grand for a quiet tinkle for ambience - I had it once for new year and would love it more often.
    If you're looking for proudly-served terrible food and absolutely repulsive service, this is the place to be. Hemingways today is nothing short of a parody of its former self. The restaurant writes of itself: "a feast that will awaken your senses" - those who have dined here will agree that this establishment should be closed with a sense of urgency. Edit: After our awful evening, I received a call from the restaurant to apologise and to offer a dinner on the house. The manager/owner (Lindes) promised to call in a few days to follow up on what had been done to prevent this from happening again. I have not heard back from him. Disappointing as we were almost convinced into giving the restaurant another chance...
    Overall an exceptional experience with the only letdown being the desert which missed the mark considerably when compared to the starters and mains. The porkbelly and rack of lamb was excpetional.......... Will definately go back.

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