This traditional Portuguese place situated in Bryanston, is a chain well-known for selling food that is commonly shared amongst families. Adega offers a casual dining experience and quality, light meals that are of traditional Portuguese cuisine. Their menu includes varieties of seafood (sushi, shellfish and one kilo prawn specials) and traditional Portuguese dishes such as Caldo Verde, sliced Chourico, Trinchado, Prawn Nacional as well as a broad selection of alcoholic beverages. With a lot of specials that run throughout the year, one of them being the Happy Hour of half-price cocktails everyday between 15h00 and 18h00, Adega is also good value for money. Plus a wine club, lunch club and birthday club are just some of the opportunities that customers can subscribe to and join at any Adega branch.
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Adega (Bryanston) is situated in Grosvenor Crossing, Bryanston.
Grosvenor Crossing, Corner of William Nicol Drive and Grosvenor Road, Bryanston, Johannesburg
Opening Hours:Monday- Sunday: 11h00 - till late
Price Range:R320 for two
Type of Cuisine:Casual Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 105 reviews
One of those wasted eating out opportunities! I was meeting old uni friends on a visit to Johannesburg where - as you will see from my many other restaurant reviews for this city - I think there are...
During my stay in Bryanston I often visit Adega's in Grosvenor Crossing. Call me a creature of habit, but I do not like disappointment and this particular outlet of Adega's is guaranteed not to do...
Adega has a high reputation to live up to and while there was nothing specific we could pinpoint to complain about, our lunch was tangibly below par compared to their heady days in the Bryanston...