MYLOCALI.COM adds more real-time relish

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The quintessential, convenient, decidedly cool and immediate eatery booking website,, is attracting even more serious attention.Not that myLocali need an excuse to celebrate with quality drinking and dining experiences, the site loves acknowledging and signing up new and much-respected foodie favourite hotspots too.
With no less than 11 new impressive names uploaded and trading on the site, LBV Bistro in Bryanston, Foundry Café set within the Parktown Quarter, The Artisan in Greenside, and Boskruin’s Urban Angel Café are just a handful of stellar signups that have myLocali buzzing.
From LVB Bisto & Wine Bar’s no nonsense approach to doing delicious dishes as fresh as Mother Nature can produce it, everything out of this kitchen is handcrafted on the day. Between the chefs talking guests through the menu, diners who enjoy great food, stellar conversation and an imported wine cellar that will make the most grown up sommelier weep with want, Bryanston locals know where a great experience can be had. Now, with myLocali on board, best locals and those packing a passport, book online in order to avoid disappointment.

Urban Angel Café, hidden away in Randburg, is another choice addition to myLocali this April. If pancakes define your culinary quest in life, the good news is, your search is finally over! Besides that, there are varied and equally appealing dishes, food lovers can look forward to fine dining in a relaxed, homely feel. Humble as pie, but way more environmentally aware, the free Wi-Fi will see you wining and dining your day and night away in no time. Oh, and did we mention if you book a table through myLocali this April R100 will be deducted off your final bill? Google it and look, or simply book!

The Artisan in leafy Greenside is the place you should be booking for a mouth-watering selection of sandwiches, great tunes and an upstairs area with unspoilt views of the ’burbs hustle and bustle below. But be warned, you will feel so at home here, afternoons becomes nights to remember, again and again and again.

Foundry Café’s April only myLocali booking promotion, of R200 off a bill, should whet the appetite of anyone heading out to the street culture of the Parktown Quarter. If it’s a cool social vibe you’re chasing, it lives and breathes here. Think quality local craft beers, a stuff-of-legend pulled pork burger, never mind the fully imported, Belgian favourite Franky 4 Fingers a mere sip away, and it’s clear to everyone there that a small piece of Utopia lives and breathes through their entire menu.

The remaining restaurants recruited include Chaplin’s Grill, Fusion Beach,
Geet Indian Restaurant, La Cucina di Ciro, Luca’s Ristorante Italiano, O Garfo and wrapping up, Sophia’s Bistro with its R200 off your meal deal.

All of these great restaurants, and more, can be found and booked on Visit the website, or turn to their Facebook page [] for details, competitions, survey’s and more special offers than you’ll ever have space to contemplate.

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