Curry Tapas & Tasty Dishes At AtholPlace


I’m not sure about you but I just love the idea of dining out at a fancy restaurant every once in a while. It gives me a chance to get all dressed up (though we don’t really need an excuse to do that, do we, ladies?). Plus, I get to spend quality time with my husband. I recently got to do just that at AtholPlace Restaurant.

To me, AtholPlace Hotel & Villa is a gem of a venue… it’s right around the corner from Sandton City and the restaurant offers a delightful dining experience. My husband, Brenden and I were invited to check out the venue recently, and to try their new Curry Tapas & Beer offering.

Before I get there, let me start off by saying that the venue is spectacular. It has both indoor and outside seating (which is great now that spring is here). As for the dinner menu, just looking at it is a treat. There are many amazing dishes to try, from Truffled cauliflower soup with toasted almond and herb oil (so good, trust me!) to Chicken supreme with saffron-infused cabbage, potatoes and baby beetroot.

For those of you with a serious sweet tooth (and a deep love for chocolate), be sure to try the Triple chocolate mousse with pistachio brittle, fig, pomegranate syrup and honey comb ice cream – it’s simply divine! Ok… before I get too side-tracked by all their delicious menu items, let me tell you about their latest offering.

Curry Tapas & Tasty Dishes At AtholPlace

Something New To Try

AtholPlace Restaurant is now offering patrons a yummy dining experience in the form of Curry & Craft Beer Fridays. Here, you’ll get to enjoy a multitude of delicious curry dishes, paired with different types of beer – that’s definitely a unique concept in my book. Newly-appointed executive chef, Willie Malherbe promises amazing new dishes, themes nights and much more.

The first Curry & Craft Beer Friday will be on 2 September. The tastings include four x 100ml selected craft beers and four tapas-styled curry dishes (just so you know, these will change weekly). The entire tasting experience costs R250 and bookings are essential.

For More Information

If you’d like to know more about this exciting offering, contact AtholPlace Restaurant on (011) 783 7553 or via email at eat@atholplace.com.

By Nicole Pillay

Have you been to AtholPlace Restaurant? Are you eager to experience their new Curry & Craft Beer evenings? Let us know below.

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