Superb 4-course dinner menu
Would you like to enjoy a culinary and unforgettable dinner during the Restaurant Week?
The Marabi Club serves a superb 4-course dinner menu during Restaurant Week.
Don't miss this chance to discover The Marabi Club and try their delicious dinner menu for only R400.
Please note: Seats are limited. Only online bookings will be accepted.
Are there any dietary requirements? Please mention this on the reservation form so the restaurant can take this into account.
Restaurant Week Menu:
APPETISER SHARING PLATES
French pizza "Bianca" with crème fraiche & truffle oil
Vegetable & Cheese Arancini
Tuscan vegetable & buffalo mozzarella cheese Arancini
STARTER TO SHARE
Charred broccolini "Satay", roasted peanuts, lime & chilli oil
Portuguese BBQ, marinated chicken thigh, fire roasted onion & cabbage & Joloff rice
Wagyu beef steak, potato fondant, peppers, spinach & pinotage jus
Pan fried sea bass, tomato-chilli salsa, pilaf rice & champagne cream
Ivory Chocolat Marquis
Ivory Chocolat Marquis, "Mont Blanc" hazelnut, chocolate soil
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What 12 people say about The Marabi Club
Very good ambience
Perfect little hidden gem
Food was good except the dessert. The service was great.
About The Marabi Club
The Marabi Club is the home of superb food and drink accompanied by fine live jazz performances. Visible from the street only by the discreet black canopy above a small metal door in Doornfontein, downtown Johannesburg, the Marabi Club harks back to a vibrant history.
New York gave the world the Harlem Rennaisance, a flourishing black cultural and intellectual movement that saw an outpouring of artistic, literary and musical talent. Across the ocean Johannesburg’s Doornfontein’s slumyards, created in the wake of one of the world’s richest gold rushes, gave life to Marabi. It was a lifestyle prompted by the need to escape the hardships of the working week in the 1920s and 1930s, defined by illegal shebeens, where fierce talk of politics was accompanied by the equally disruptive soundtrack of jazz.
Today the Marabi Club, tucked into the basement of award-winning British-Ghanaian architect David Adjaye’s Hallmark House, also a boutique hotel, evokes this history through the many careful details of the club’s interior. Add excellent food, a long bar, jauntily dressed wait staff offering friendly and slick service, and live jazz and you’ll get why most people who visit this Maboneng landmark remark on the electric atmosphere.
We, however, recommend you don’t just believe them. Come and try if for yourself… the night awaits.