Solo Sandton Restaurant in Sandton


The new solo restaurant in Sandton serves up the upscale, glitzy fare. Guests can enjoy a wine-paired menu while listening to live music. The restaurant also hosts bi-monthly Wine and Art evenings. The evenings feature a featured guest artist, as well as works by emerging local artists.

Tapas menu

Solo Sandton is a new upscale restaurant in Sandton. This fusion of Spanish, Portuguese, and Indian cuisine serves up inventive and delicious small plates and mains for less than R500. Its bi-monthly Wine and Art evenings offer a wine-paired menu with live music and featured guest artists. The restaurant also features the work of emerging artists.

Solo Sandton is known for ‘the vibe’. While you’re not expecting fine dining here, you can expect smooth service and a wine cellar to back up the cuisine. The owners are very hands-on, and it shows in the restaurant’s vibe. It’s an inviting space that buzzes with energy once the wine starts flowing.

Wine and art evenings

Wine and art evenings at Solo Sandton are an ideal way to experience this new upscale Sandton restaurant. These events feature a wine-paired menu, live music, and artwork by local emerging artists. Wine lovers will also enjoy a glass of bubbly upon arrival. Reservations are recommended and require an R250 deposit.

Bunny chow

Located in the Sandton area, Solo Sandton offers a fun and creative menu. Among the innovative dishes is bunny chow, a clever take on a popular local fast food dish. The interior is equally stylish, complete with an award-winning wine cellar and an arched wine rack.

Pork taco

The pork taco on the menu at Solo Sandton is a delicious, Mexican-inspired meal. It’s served with guacamole and fermented tomato salsa and is topped with chipotle sauce. The restaurant is also known for its bunny chow, which is a slow-roasted lamb neck curry served with cornflour. The main course at Solo Sandton costs R250, and drinks are priced at R150.

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