I've found this place in a ranking as one of the best places to drink craft beers in Joburg. After a short visit and a couple of beers I completely agree, the place is very cozy, the staff were excellent and they really have a...More
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Very pleasant bar, with excellent outdoor seating, and an extensive range of local and imported beers, plus some outstanding cocktails.
Arriving late on a Sunday afternoon at a restaurant is not always guaranteed to get you the best service or food. The Foundry proved us wrong today. We were shown to our table by our cheerful waitress, Precious, who picked up on our cues and...More
This restaurant is good for small business function, casual dining, and for beer lovers. I took my family to visit, had some excellent platters, but found it not so suitable for family with young kids.
Lovely vibey spot to stop off on your way home from work. The bar area is beautifully decorated and cerates a wonderful atmosphere for drinks. The cocktails are a must when visiting the Foundry - in particular the Ginger Rogers which is a piece of...More
They have a huge variety of beers on tap and bottled beers but decided to try the cocktail "A Cup Of Tea, Please". Found it to be an interesting variation of gin tonic with the strawberry and cream tea reduction. My gf had the mocktail...More
Have visited Foundry several times. Love the vibe, food and atmosphere. Excellent for Sunday lunches. Have great selection of craft beers to sample. Only disappointment is the removal of bunny chow from menu. Really suggest the selection of tapas - especially fish tacos
Had a Saturday lunch here and ordered the "crispy" maple bacon and gorgonzola pizza. Sounds amazing, but what reached the table was pretty average. Fatty bacon, not crispy and way too heavy on the blue cheese. Unattentive service. A good spot for a drink, but...More
Friday afternoon buzz was good Jozi style, with people anticipating the weekend. A smallish and interesting menu with mainly pizza choices, but settled for a ravioli dish which turned out to be surprisingly good - clearly made in the kitchen and not warmed up from...More