… with thanks to the November issue of House and Leisure (page 140). Of the ten reasons to visit Johannnesburg, seven are in the Greater Rosebank Region. The other 3 are: Joburg CBD, including Arts on Main, and the Cradle of Humankind. The 7 in the Rosebank Region are listed by House and Leisure (with different numbering) [...]
Except for Sunday evening, Ami is open everyday for lunch and dinner. So … one of the few restaurants open on a Monday evening. The menu has also been changed so light salad lunches and sandwiches are now on offer – all very reasonably priced. The dinner menu is varied and reflects the expertise of the [...]
Giles restaurant and pub (4 blocks from Liz at Lancaster at corner Grafton and Buckingham Aves in Craighall Park) has become the latest meeting spot to unwind on a Friday after the week’s work. Cars line the streets in all directions (from lunch time onwards) and the pub and deck are packed with patrons overflowing onto [...]
Here is a post from a friend of mine David Graham, who, through his business International Trade Projects, has a lot of overseas business clients. Accordingly, he compiled this list of party places mostly in the northern suburbs, for those international business travellers who want to work hard and play hard.
Please note that most bars are very [...]
At last a new restaurant has opened at the end of our block – a five minute walk from the Guest House. After the closing of Tre Gatti (see blog Neighbourhood Restaurants of 7 June), Ami 011 447 4648 opened on 11th July. Offering a small sophisticated menu, 4 starters vary in price from R40 to [...]
Went to Lucky Moo for an early lunch on Saturday. Located on the south side of Gandhi Square, this great Chinese ‘fast food’ venue looks as though it will give Chinese take-out a whole new meaning. Started by Sam Halfon in partnership with Jaco Welgemoed of Singing Fig (Norwood), The Circle (Greenside) and Cite (Dunkeld) [...]