This weekend I discovered a restaurant gem, 011 Dainfern by The Baron.
The décor is contemporary but still classic. There are tv screens everywhere showcasing the sport. The bar is certainly the focal point of the restaurant with a giant train station clock hanging in the center, complete with brass pipes, alluding to the front of a railway train – which gives the entire restaurant a 1930’s train station vibe. Quite edgy and contemporary.
They have been open since September 2016 and are growing in leaps and bounds. In fact, they are proud of the fact that they are constantly evolving and changing as they go. Their initial wine list had only 20 wines on it – now it is exponentially bigger as they grow.
More famously known for it’s gin bar with an assortment of craft gins. They serve up a wide variety of local beers on tap including many craft and varieties that I love.
The food menu still carries a wide variety of seafoods and meaty grills as well as the casual lunch time sandwiches.
Spoilt for choice I started with the calamari, then for mains I picked the house specialty of bone marrow fillet and ended things off with my all time fave crème brûlée. They were all delicious and good portion sizes.
I washed that all down with a “first lady cocktail” which was delicious (they actually have a promotion running where if you book a table on the 13th May for mothers day they will actually spoil your mom with a complimentary first lady cocktail).
011 Dainfern is open for lunch and dinner (just always open basically), seven days a week. This is a great place if you want to pop into catch the sport or have a few beers after work or even date night.You are sure to receive is great value for your money at 011 Dainfern.
Address: Shop 50 & 50A, Dainfern Square Shopping Centre
Telephone: 010 493 3660/1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org