Nestled in Springbok Park, Hatfield, a 3 hectare indigenous wooded park. The Springbok Park was formerly known as Grosvenor Square and was conceived in 1905 when the suburb of Hatfield was laid out. Development only commenced in
the 1930’s and it has since been planted with indigenous flora making it one of Pretoria's most attractive and established open-air recreational areas. It was declared a National Monument on 21 September 1979.
In 1999 a restaurant opened in the park and after 18 years of success, the same owners were ready for a change and founded Relish Bistro.
Relish Bistro is a trendy upmarket restaurant set only 150 meters from the Hatfield Gautrain Station, Pretoria. This makes for an ideal business and social meeting hot spot.
The Relish Bistro team is committed to provide clients with an exceptional dining experience through excellent service and their unique dishes, serving delicious South African and French fusion cuisine that are prepared with love and passion.
The restaurant’s setting inside provides private dining and booths. The outside seating offers a terrace as well as the courtyard area which both
faces the beautiful park. Relish Bistro offers hand selected wines from top South African wine estates as well as wines from France and other
regions of the world.
Their weekend offerings are perfect for family outings, kids play while parents are able to relax and enjoy live music playing in the background.
The child minders are very friendly and attentive.
From Pretoria Central, head east on Francis Baard Street/M2/N4 toward Johan Street. Turn left onto Grosvenor Street. Relish Bistro will be on the left at the Springbok Park.
-25° 44' 41.28''
28° 14' 13.52''
Cnr Pretorius & Grosvenor Street
Monday - Sunday: 07:30 - 22:00