Extremely slow service. If you are a business check to make sure they don't screw up your meal portions.
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My wife and I are passing through Johannesburg between safari to the north, and a drive to Cape Town. No idea of what to expect here, but our hotel recommended La Cucina di Ciro. What a find. Always a good sign when the chef comes...More
A wonderful meal. The food was good and the service great. The chef made some recommendations when we arrived. The tongue carpaccio with grapefruit segments and avo was my highlight. My daughter had the semifreddo for desert and loved it.
La Cucina was the choice for a reunion of old friends with my family - just superb ! The dining room was comfortably furnished , cosy and quiet enough for lively conversation where we could easily hear each other around the table . Some highlights...More
What a delightful experience. Cosy, beautiful and friendly. We were spoilt for choice with an extensive winter menu and mouthwatering specials. The tomato, roasted pepper and coconut soup was a winner. The calamari starter was excellent and the pasta mains the boy's idea of the...More
This little gem in Parkhurst deserves a really good review. Travelling to Italy for business bi-annually, we have an appreciation for good and authentic Italian food. Orechiette with oven braised oxtail & cannellini beans in a rich red wine sauce - pasta cooked to perfection...More
Ciro deserves the accolades thrown his way. Never had a bad meal at Ciros Or to turn it into the positive - the meals at Ciros delivers a memorable lunch/dinner on a consistent basis.
Italian is always a good idea, and when it is La Cucina di Ciro- its the best. 7th avenue Parktown North is home to this iconic institution. Service is discreet and friendly while remaining attentive. Chef presents the specials himself and making pasta from scratch...More
I used to think that this was one of the best restaurants in town. However, we've been disappointed. The waiter got two out four orders wrong. Towards the end of the meal, he started taking my partially filled glass of inordinately expensive wine away before...More