Mauritian Executive Chef Atmaram Mahadea brings diners a menu full of succulent flavours. The meat and poultry dishes; fillet, T-bone and oxtail are firm favourites but if diners are in the mood for a lighter dish, the whole baby fish or delicious tempura prawns will do the trick. The cocktails and wine selections present quite a fantastic way to end a long day. Parc Fermé is open  seven days a week.

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Parc Fermé brings French and Mauritian cuisine to Sandton in this upmarket restaurant that is situated beneath the Michelangelo Towers.


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LaurasWorldza Says:

Recently, I was invited to experience Parc Ferme's new Afro-Asian menu and I could not have been more impressed with everything from the ambiance and interiors, to the wine and comprehensive African...

Beechman1 Says:

I wanted to give Parc Ferme a rating of three because we were seated at a long table of about 25 people, which was awkward and noisy, but that would be unfair on the restaurant, because the food was...

VASHNaidoo Says:

A beautiful place at night to escape the Sandton CBD madness. Food was fantastic and atmosphere was serene. Service was great although we did go there on a weekday evening for dinner and the place...

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