If you’re in the mood for a good Italian meal, The Orbit Bistro offers great Italian cuisine including soups, tapas, pastas, homemade ravioli, French Boeuf Bourguignon, pork belly roast and a range of fresh rumps and steaks. The Orbit also pays great attention to detail in presentation of meals, while a quiet welcoming ambience creates a wonderful dining experience. They also have a wide variety of local wines, cocktails and finest spirits, including the French Cognac and Scotch Whiskey to quench your thirst. Not only is it great for dining, but The Orbit hosts comedy shows, salsa evenings and science themed cocktail nights, making it a pleasure to mingle.
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Regarded as an inner city gem, The Orbit Bistro is situated at 81 De Korte Street, Braamfontein.
Venue Name:The Orbit Bistro
81 De Korte St, Bramfontein, Johannesburg, 2001.
Opening Hours:Monday: Closed, Tuesday - Thursday: 17h00 - 02h00, Friday - Sunday: 13h00 - 02h00
Price Range:R300 for two (approx.) with alcohol
Type of Cuisine:Casual Dining
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 103 reviews
The Orbit is a reliable venue where you can hear good local and international jazz and enjoy a good meal with reasonably priced drinks.
Ayobami O Says:
The Orbit is quite a unique restaurant in the heart of braamfontein. The set up is quite lovely and has a warm vibe. I thought the mains were absolutely delicious. My lamb chops were perfectly done...
Went to Orbit on a date night on Thursday and was blown away by the experience. From the entrance we were greeted by friendly staff who provided excellent service throughout the night. The band...