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Blind Tiger Cafe

11 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

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October 10, 2019
Great local pub and bistro. A small menu, but really well executed. Amazing service, great vibe.
August 09, 2019
Great cocktails, typical speak-easy styling and vibe.
April 12, 2019
Gin bar with pub food. There is an outside garden as well.
January 03, 2019
Great atmosphere and easy food
November 04, 2018
There is a restaurant in the back but it's a good spot to stop for a glass of wine, sit on the street and watch the city go by.

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“Nice center, with a few restaurants, a Spar and a fruit and veg market. It is also in close proximity to our cottage.”
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“A bistro and coffee place. Very popular to work in. Also very close to us in the Parkview Village”
  • 5 locals recommend
“It’s the aroma, as it moves through the air and calls you to the brew. That balance of flavour and feeling – pulling you away from your troubles. The charm and chatter, whispering sweet nothings as it meets your lips. This is the Perfect Cup. Tucked away in the heart of Parkview, but easy to find... just follow your nose.”
  • 3 locals recommend
“This place is affectionately known as 'the dining room of Parkview”. It is situated in our neighboring Parkview 5-10 minutes drive from our Airbnb. A lovely warm place, always buzzing and with that special touch that comes from a family business. Franco Forleo has been serving traditional homemade dishes for many years. His culinary roots take him back to his student years, working in a local pizzeria in lower Rosebank then known as, 'La Pizzeria'. Working as a waiter, he took the opportunity of learning the art of flipping pizza's whenever he could. Later, when he started work, he continued at ‘La Pizza’ subsidizing his meagre banker's salary. When he was asked to join full time he leapt at the challenge and years later, Franco had the opportunity to own it. In 1987, Franco sold 'La Pizza' and after a few months of rest, found an insolvent, rundown restaurant in Parkview. This establishment was notorious for never having been successful, and Franco was frowned upon by locals as being just another who would “come and go”. A pizza oven was built and Franco began trading at the beginning of December of that year and has never looked back. With the help of his nephew Massimo and his now grown up sons, Franco jnr. and Ricky, Franco continues to serve and please.”
  • 17 locals recommend
62 Tyrone Ave
Randburg, GP 2122
Phone076 030 4200
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 3:00 PM
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