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.
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 59 reviews
Very poorly located on the corner on a busy street , with high buildings makes the restaurant dark and not pleasant.Food qaulity is OK but the chef needs to improve his skills. Not perrefctly cooked...
Beryl R Says:
My husband booked a table at the beginning of January to ensure we would be accommodated for Valentines Evening - in fact we were the first name on the booking list. When we arrived we were...
Been to Parc Ferme many times and food has always been good. Decided to do dinner for Valentine's Day again this year. But what a disappointment. The restaurant was over booked and under staffed...