Set in the tranquil and beautiful abode of the Black Eagles, on route to the Cradle of Humankind, you will find Eagles Fare Restaurant nestled in the heart of the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, West of Johannesburg.
Home Made Cuisine
Having opened its doors in August 2004, you are welcomed to relaxingly enjoy this indigenous habitat and invited to peacefully take pleasures in homemade cuisine, all the while absorbing natures wonders ….. weavers making music, the ± 150year old Modjadji Cycad …..
Whether savouring a freshly baked muffin or indulging the Seagulls Fare Pasta, you will find an excuse, such as an Apple Crumble, to extend your stay in this soothing locale. In defense, a return visit can be justified by the need for breakfast, a teatime scone, lunch or an afternoon snack. It is the perfectly serene backdrop to gather with family and friends for Sunday lunch with the BuffetÙs variety, so close to home.
You may even want to share a special evening event with dearest guests, privately in the function room, allowing them the experience of the call of the Jackal (wedding guests from afar will be in wonderment at Gauteng’s diversity).
The calm environment opens the minds of conference delegates, brainstorming brilliant new ideas, to refreshingly invigorate potential clientele and take back the overwhelming peace into their office milieu.
Not only do our Senior Citizens enjoy their Tuesday Pensioners Day in the Garden, but so too our fellow Global inhabitants from around the world, who flock to our Rainbow country, treasuring a guided and informative walk that includes a view of the Black Eagles of Roodekrans. They then feel rewarded as they scrumptiously savour South African delights that harmonize their palates.