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Starter options include spinach-filled black mushrooms topped with cheese, and tempura prawns with sweet pepper jelly.
The sirloin steak – one of a number of cuts on offer – comes with a side of vegetables or crispy potato chips. The charcoal-grilled meat and oven-baked vegetables come sizzling hot. Alternatively, opt for one of the chicken or seafood dishes, including hake and chips, with the fish deep-fried or grilled. The meat is locally sourced from surrounding farms in Gauteng and the beef is grain-fed.
The extensive, vegetarian-friendly menu caters for most tastes but if you’re the exception, the Thunder Gun is flexible about offering variations on its standard menu items. Parents are sure to find something suitable for their kids on the children’s menu, which includes burgers and pizzas.
If you like your dessert rich, sticky and sweet, try the chocolate brownie or Bar One ice cream.
Overall, you’ll leave feeling you got your money’s worth.
The Thunder Gun also has a pub, so the drinks options include lots of ciders and beers, spirits, local red and white wines, as well as hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks.
As you walk through the door there’s someone to greet and assist you. Finding a table is easy and orders arrive briskly. The patient staff will take the time to answer your questions.
This old-school establishment has a classic pub feel to it, attracting families, the young, the old and everything in between – you’ll find all sorts at this neighbourhood gem.
A Sunday lunch with the family.
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