If you’re looking for a juicy steak plus a warm and friendly setting, then The Hussar Grill at Waterfall Corner, Johannesburg, is the place to be.
As much as restaurant reviews are mainly about the food, I quite like dining at beautifully decorated places. The traditional style of the interior decor added a warm and welcoming ambience, which I appreciated. I also loved the touch of old-world charm, vintage books, antique clocks and superb leather upholstery.
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Although The Hussar Grill was a steakhouse, it had a wide variety of other options such as chicken and seafood. For starters, I had prawn and fresh avocado cocktail, which was yummy! When it arrived, I was surprised by the portion size, which was enough for two people. Because I didn’t want to spoil my appetite, I only ate a bit and left the rest to take home! For the main course, I had steak with mushroom sauce that came highly recommended by Cebisile Makwelo, my charismatic waitress who was well-informed about the menu. Although I was full, I still made room for the delicious cheesecake that came with vanilla ice cream. I paired my meals with the refreshingly tasty Sophie te’Blanche Sauvignon Blanc 2019, which was delicious!
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From the moment I arrived, I was treated extremely well by the staff, while the food and drinks were delicious. If you’re looking to dazzle your significant other, you should definitely check this spot out; you will love every single bite of your food.
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