European, Vegetarian options
ClosedOpens at 19:00
$$$$ Price range per person ZAR 550
141 Lynnwood Rd, Pretoria
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Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa

The hallmark of this restaurant is serving nicely cooked octopus, tuna and duck parfait. It's time to relax and degust tasty ice cream and good parfait. Among the drinks, there is delicious Sauvignon blanc. At Fermier, clients may have great coffee.

You can organize an anniversary, a wedding or a birthday party here. A number of people have noticed that the staff is cheerful at this place. This place is notable for its fabulous service. Prices here are reported to be affordable. You will certainly like the charming atmosphere and divine decor. This spot has received Google 4.7 according to the visitors' opinions.

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For me, the best way to describe a fine-dining experience is to compare it to visiting an art gallery and appreciating the work of those who are masters of their craft. Though the craft is food preparation and the location a restaurant, it's still artistry!-We’ve been wanting to go @Fermier Restaurant for the past four years and finally managed to do so in celebration of our 11-year wedding anniversary.-Just like walking through an art gallery and being surprised with a beautiful or, more importantly!, interesting and challenging piece of art around every corner, Fermier delivered on every part of the experience. From approaching and entering the unpretentious venue, to being tended to with great care by the staff; there was not one aspect of the experience to fault.-With the open plan dining room and kitchen, the food theatre started and while watching the masters perform their craft, dish after dish arrived each delivering an experience of its own. Lobster and crevice … just bring us the pot of sauce, we’ll lick it clean. Sweat bread – Google this one! Asparagus with duck egg and truffle. So many more until, finally, berries, liquorice and dehydrated! chocolate mousse arrived to make sure our minds were properly blown. -I don’t think I will ever get tired of the feeling when a dish is placed in front of you and then going through the process of first seeing it, then tasting bits of it, then all the elements together and finally sipping a well paired wine and being left with varying emotions such intrigue, happiness, feeling perplexed, challenged, satisfied and, equally important, learning what it is that you do not like.-Finally, they did a stellar job of catering for my tree nut and avocado allergies. My dishes were just as complete and I didn't feel like my life was threatened nor that I was done in.
Fermier is up there among South African culinary powerhouses. It's evident they strive for highly skilled food art set in a rustic and unpretentious environment.Every aspect of the experience has been carefully designed to delight. From the reception in the parking lot to the presenting of each course, no part of the journey is haphazard.There is not much I can say about the food, except that it is a rollercoaster of flavours, textures, colours and aromas. You're not going to love every single dish, but you'll certainly have your breath taken by the impeccable style and art you'll behold at each course.Fermier is a must visit if you're curious about food and appreciate food as an art form.
Where to even begin, everything about Fermier is amazing. The decor, the ambience, the staff... THE FOOD!!!! Thank you for the most incredible evening! Thank you, thank you, thank you! We cannot wait to get back!!!
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Address
141 Lynnwood Rd, Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Features
No delivery Сredit cards accepted Parking Booking Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 19:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 19:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 19:00-22:00
FridayFri 19:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 19:00-22:00
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