by Daryll Williams | November 19, 2019
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Chapter 4: Steak

 

Butcher Shop and Grill


The busy 600-seater meat emporium has been serving great steaks to businesspeople, local celebrities, families and foreign visitors for 20 years.

Why go?

This old-fashioned butcher has traditions that run deep, with specialist blockmen who cut and prepare your meat as you like it.

Details

  • a: Shop 30 Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton
  • t: +27 11 784 8676
  • w: www.thebutchershop.co.za
  • h: Monday—Sunday: 12pm–10:30pm
Butcher Shop and Grill

Photograph: Butcher Shop and Grill


The local Grill


For 16 years, the owner Steve Marescha—a beef obsessive—has been perfecting the art of the elevated steakhouse experience.

Why go?

Beef—both grain-fed and grass-fed—is sourced from local farmers and as far afield as Brazil. It is aged (wet or dry) on the premises and cooked to your heart’s desire.

Details

  • a: 7th 3rd Avenue, Parktown North
  • t: +27 11 880 1946
  • w: www.localgrill.co.za
  • h: Monday—Saturday: 12am‒10pm
The local Grill

Photograph: The local Grill


Wombles Steakhouse


This is a white table-clothed, polished silver and elegant glass affair with an African safari theme running throughout.

Why go?

Wombles has been a long-time feature on the Johannesburg dining skyline. And has rightfully earned every award and accolade along the way.

Details

  • a: G9 & G10, Hobart Grove Shopping Centre, 88 Hobart Road, Bryanston
  • t: +27 11 463 8558
  • w: www.wombles.co.za
  • h: Monday—Thursday: 12pm–2.30pm, 6pm–9.30pm
Wombles Steakhouse

Photograph: Wombles Steakhouse

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Featured image credit: Valeria Boltneva