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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Tegwen W Says:

My boyfriend and I made a last minute decision to go to Parc Ferme for our anniversary Dinner. We only arrived at about 9pm on a Sunday but the staff were still welcoming. When the chef found out it...

Jagjit S Says:

I been to this place for business meeting and decided to have lunch . I took line fish kingship. Quality of the food excellent. Service was prompt. I enjoyed my lunch. The cappuccino is the best...

MartinP1974 Says:

I quite like the location, it has a cosmopolitan European feeling to it. The decor also works, but the huge smoking section with wide open doors is a big turn-off in these modern days. You can't sit...

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