After being in the business for over 50 years with the original restaurant in Rondebosch, the now franchised Hussar Grill appears in many parts of the country.
For starters, expect to find the familiar steakhouse specialities, such as chicken livers with sherry and garlic cream, crumbed and fried Camembert served with sweet cranberry jelly, and calamari and tartar sauce.
Steaks are the focus here and diners are allowed to choose the portion size and the cut of meat, on or off the bone. All the stops are pulled with the maturation of the steak. Then grilled to perfection and served with classic sauces such as Bèarnaise, creamy mustard or green peppercorn sauce. The popular Carpetbagger steak with smoked mussels and cheese filling, as well as chateaubriand, are still on the menu.
A selection of different seafood, chicken and salad are available for those not in the mood for steak. The pork belly ribs, deliver the smoked, sticky pleasure for those looking to rekindle a childhood memory.
Baked cheesecakes, chocolate fondants and crème brulee will entice you to have a sweet ending.
A celebrated and awarded wine list offers an array of options to suit every pocket. Although the option of quality wines by the glass are limited. All Hussar grills offer a no corkage fee policy.
Well versed waiters recited the menu and options effortlessly and ensure a pleasant experience.
Wooden panels and leather bring this masculine space together. Comfortable seating and white tablecloths effect the charm of a polished experience.
A solid steak, excellent ribs and a trip down memory lane.
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