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New: Jéan-Lucs Kitchen In Orphan Street Is Tempting Tastebuds
An intimate, warm, bistro-style setting with an elegant flair
What do you call a bistro-style restaurant that uses tried-and-true recipes to create a delectable fusion of flavours? No other name would fit apart from Jéan-Lucs Kitchen.
Jéan-Lucs Kitchen is a new eatery wedged like a little gem at 11 Orphan Street, next to Orphanage just off Bree Street.
Jéan-Lucs Kitchen conjures up fare ranging from slow roasted pork belly served with celeriac mash and an Asian basting to roasted tomato stuffed with creamy vegetable risotto and balsamic reduction. The eatery caters to all, including vegans, pescatarians, and carnivores alike. You can expect a cocktail menu in the future, but until then, because Jéan-Lucs also offers food to Orphanage cocktail bar, you can enjoy fine fare in a cocktail lounge atmosphere. Be sure to check out their catering offering for private weddings and functions.
The cosy, warm and intimate chandelier-lit restaurant with an elegant flair caters to all. The warm and friendly staff, especially Mr James, give extra attention to each individual that walks in the door. The lovely kitchen ladies put their heart and soul into the food to ensure that you’ll leave satisfied.
PLUS: SOMETHING TO DISCOVER
Despite looking unassuming from the street, the bar's actually something to see. Not least the incredible chandelier overhead.
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Address: 11 Orphan Street
Contact: bookings@Jeanlucskitchen.co.za, 0212044636
Hours: 11:30–3pm for lunch and 5pm–9pm for dinner
Jéan-Lucs Kitchen is wedged like a little gem next to Orphanage cocktail bar.
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