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For a light yet filling meal, try the sushi bowl, comprising salmon, avo, edamame beans, sushi rice, cucumber, seaweed, spring onion, sesame oil and seeds, and soya sauce. If it’s a quick and tasty lunchtime meal that you’re after, JB’s tramezzinis and toasties, with low-GI whole wheat, rye and gluten-free options, will satisfy your appetite. You can order from the menu options, which are largely traditional, or create your own, by choosing from the pizza topping extras menu. Sandwiches, burgers and pizzas are equally balanced with low-fat, low-carb dishes, salads and grills. From JB’s Beach Body Eating menu, try the Spicy tuna ragu, a tasty combination of tuna chunks, napoletana sauce, spring onion and fresh chilli. This either comes with brown rice or quinoa. The bowls are another nutritious, health-conscious treat. Here, you choose a burger patty from the burger menu and, instead of it being served with bread buns, you can have it on a bed of cauliflower rice and salad. For dessert, you can either order a scrumptious slice of any of the fresh baked cakes served daily, or choose from the menu, which includes favourites like chocolate brownies, Nutella waffles, crème brûlée and artisan ice cream.
A perennial after-work drinks favourite hang-out spot, JB’s has a well-crafted drinks menus with a fine selection of beers, ciders, local craft beers, well-regarded South African wines, French bubbles, sangria, 18-year-old Glenmorangie whiskies, cognacs, tequila and cocktails.
The well-trained staff members are efficient, polite and knowledgeable about the food.
The two-storey restaurant is an oasis in a busy shopping centre for sociable dining and connecting with friends, family or colleagues. The best part is that the impressive glass facade facing Rivonia Road affords you magnificent views of the city and allows in a magnificent amount of light which makes the whole restaurant feel warm and welcoming.
The upstairs dining area can be hired for private events.
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