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Ambiance: Family friendly
Main course (avg): R60
Open: Lunch, Dinner
Description: It?s not surprising that Satori has won several awards for Best Neighbourhood Restaurant, and owner Lloyd Newton and his team of dedicated friendly staff are continually striving to ensure that Satori lives up to its fine reputation. With its relaxed and unpretentious ambience, here you can enjoy a board game or two, whilst enjoying good wholesome food and drink. Prices are modest so Satori has built up a big following of loyal patrons who come from as far away as Fourways and the East and West Rand.
The decor is enchanting with its colourful Italian style mosaics and bright bold artwork, and whilst the interior may be small the balcony can be fully enclosed in winter and opened up in summer for alfresco dining. Satori believes in offering a smaller quality menu to ensure a consistent dining experience. The menu focuses on salads, pastas and pizzas with plenty of options for vegetarians, and as the portions are generous you will not leave Satori feeling hungry.
The pizzas are highly recommended as they are thin-based and baked in true Italian style in a wood burning pizza oven. There is an enormous variety to choose from including Gourmet options such as the Toto - pear, salami and blue cheese, and the Luciana - artichokes, salami, avocado, capers, rocket and fresh tomato. Salads are crisp, colourful and fresh and there are plenty of pasta dishes such as the Panzerrotti with salmon and ricotta or a choice of Spinach and Ricotta, (or butternut) for vegetarians. A selection of traditional veal dishes and risottos provides plenty of meat options and desserts include freshly made pavlova and the legendary double choc brownie.
61 4th Avenue