What was formerly known as Kitchen Bar at Design Quarter has been converted into an uber cool casual diner style restaurant that flaunts an international flare called The ROCK. The warm but airy decor is comforting but trendy. It’s great to have a restaurant of this standard open itself up in Fourways as they have a sister branch at Kyalami Corner which successfully boasts 5 star reviews across social media.

They have focused their menu on various wow factors from the Prosecco which is on tap, served by the glass and can be accompanied by beautiful fresh oysters, to the presentation of their meals, to the Gelato selection in the corner which is completely irresistible. They have focused their menu around firm favorites which offers a nice diverse selection to cater to everyone’s tastes.

Their sushi is not only presented beautifully but is tasty and delicate. They offer 50% off on sushi every Monday so if you’re in the mood for sushi, this will be your new spot.  Their chicken ‘Excalibur’ is another one of their wow factors which is presented on a sword and with the most amazing sweet potato chips we have ever tasted. Absolutely outstanding! The ribs were so delicious and I must say this is definitely a “come hungry” option as they were massive. They are running a special on Thursdays where you get this crazy sized portion of yummy ribs for R149. The show stopper for us was without a doubt the dessert, the Chicago Vaflaki. If you are looking for dessert inspiration you have got to try these little waffles drizzled with chocolate, ice cream, strawberries and caramel sauce….amazing!

Upstairs from the ROCK is the Carnelian which is fine dining and cocktails. They have big sofas and shaggy cushions which lends itself to a lavish experience. The Carnelian hosts two private dining rooms that are exquisitely decorated and perfect for a corporate lunch.


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