From the big wooden doors at the entrance and the wooden staircase up to the restaurant to the wooden chairs and tables with cream coloured cushioning, this spot is a breath of fresh air. The interior is simple yet elegant and the big windows brighten up the room with sunlight. The restaurant has no televisions, so it is ideal if you are looking to relax and they ensure to offer you the best dining experience possible. The staff are friendly and welcoming, making you feel right at home the moment you walk through the door and they’re all well-informed on the specials and what is highly recommended.
The menu is rather creative in appearance, placed on a wooden board with two sides – one being the food menu and the other being the wine list and drinks menu. The food menu is complete with 45 items for you to choose from, all simple and making meat the star of the dish, and best of all, the meals are all affordable! 310 Sustainable Eatery caters for lunch and dinner and has recently added breakfast to the menu. The breakfast selection is rather small, but is ideal to give you that initial kick you need to get going in the morning. The drinks menu consists of 69 wines, perfect if you are wine connoisseur. One of the highly recommended and popular wines 310 Sustainable Eatery has to offer is the Runner Duck which is only sold by the glass. And, if you love your craft beer, then be sure to check out the local beers on tap they have to offer. Try out the Soweto Gold Beer or for something homely yet with a kick, definitely try the Ginger Beer! It’s just like the classic homemade ginger beer your grandmother would brew up, except it has a great punch to it! I was delighted by how refreshing it was.
Every option on the menu sounded absolutely divine, filled with meat dishes that will satisfy any carnivorous craving. On weekends they have specials available and the menu changes seasonally offering new dishes and new tastes. After a few minutes of sussing out the menu and finally deciding on what we thought sounded best, Crystal decided on the Fillet and Gnocchi served with roast vegetables and truffle chips and I went for the Salmon Fishcakes served with a sweet chilli mayo sauce, fresh green salad and truffle chips. Crystal’s fillet was seasoned and cooked to absolute perfection while my fishcakes were absolutely delightful! The presentation was neat and enticing and portions were generous and filling, so much so that Crystal and I had to take the rest home to savour all over again later!
Whether you are just looking for a spot to wine and dine, socialise, or do a bit of last minute work before heading back to the office (soon to be a free WiFi spot!), 310 Sustainable Eatery is the ideal venue, bringing good food that’s free range and organic, superb wine and friendly people all together to give you a “finer” dining experience.
By Kim Brown
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Venue Name:310 Sustainable Eatery
Shop 21, Cambridge Crossing Centre, Witkoppen Rd, Johannesburg, 2154, South Africa
Opening Hours:Mon- Sat 10 AM to 10 PM Sun 10 AM to 4 PM
Price Range:R 400 for two people (approx.)
Type of Cuisine:Casual Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 31 reviews
Zandi D Says:
I'm actually really surprised to see reviews as recent as 12 July 2015 for this restaurant, because as far as I am aware - this restaurant has been closed down. Having been tasked with planning an...
Ribs are phenomenal with the butternut fritters and truffle fries ! The food is never disappointing ! Great atmosphere ! Craft beers are a must ! We are regulars and will remain regulars !
Patrick G Says:
Excellent food at a great price, nice atmosphere, had a really great time here. It's the kind of place with attention to detail in food, like crisping up the top of a burger bun with butter - adding...