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TAPAS COMBO
All Tapas served with a Glass of Gin ,Sangria, Juice or Water
Siesta Chicken Livers (Mild)…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. R 57
Siesta Spicy Chicken Wings/Drumsticks ……………………………………………………………………………………... R 55
Meatballs……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. R 55
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PLATTERS
ALL PLATTERS SERVED WITH A COMPLEMENTARY JUG OF SANGRIA , GIN , JUICE OR WATER
( December 2020 & January 2021)

GRANDE BEEF SPECIAL : R 150
Beef Fillet (300g) or T-bone ( 400g)
Freely accompanied with one of the following : Steamed vegetables / grilled vegetables / Rice / Baby potato / Potato wedges / Chips
( December 2020 and January 2021)

Introducing Siesta Happy hour .
Tuesday to Friday
18:00 to 19:30
Cocktails. shouters. brandy
Buy 1 and get 1 Free


Testimonials

a week ago
Popped in there late Monday for a snack. Nice venue, friendly staff. Had the chicken burger and wings. Delicious meal, well prepared, decent portion of chips. Would I go back, yep.
- Su n
8 months ago
Great vibe with a nice tranquil garden setting. The taps were amazing and we loved every single one of them. At one stage the restaurant was full on the Sunday we went. There is a reason for that. Service can be a bit on the slow side but acceptable. Food takes a bit longer than usual so order quickly. Might be due to Covid and staff shortages.
- Edzard B
a month ago
Absolute tranquility, beautiful setup, the stuff is very warm and friendly. I recommend you try their prawns, you will thank me later.
- Kgosi T

Mediterranean Cuisine

Siesta Tapas Bar and Bistro is a Spanish Tapas restaurant with an African twist, located in the Hartbeespoort dam area in North West. The word “Tapas” is derived from the Spanish word “tapa” which means to “cover”.

The history behind tapas is as unique and interesting as our famous dishes itself:A concept, believed to have originated more than a century ago in Andalusia Spain, where bartenders placed a slice of bread on top of their customer’s glasses in order to prevent fruit flies from drowning in their drink.  This soon became customary to spice up this bread with interesting toppings such as cheese and ham – creating a snack. Soon the diners started to come back for these “covering snacks” and the rest is history.

Legend also has it that the tapas tradition was introduced when King Alfonso X of Castile recovered from an illness by drinking wine together with small dishes between meals. After regaining his health, the king ordered that no drink will ever be served in a taverna unless the beverages were accompanied by a small “snack” or “tapa”.

Here at Siesta the concept is for our guests to gather around as friends and family, enjoying one another's company, while snacking away on our tapas range of dishes. Our tranquil atmosphere is known for its intimacy, cosiness and rustic ambiance.

Guests can enjoy the fresh mountain air outside in the garden or on the deck during warm summer days drinking Sangria. 

Alternatively guests can snuggle up next to the old grapevine and warm coal stove inside the old house during those chilly winter evenings with a warm mug of Gluhwein. 

Whatever your preference, we have something to tangle your taste buds!


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  • 082 824 0983
  • 012 253 0618
  • 074 123 3647

Address

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78 Scott street
Schoemansville
Hartbeespoortdam
0261
South Africa

Business Hours

Mon:10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tue:10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wed:10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thu:10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Fri:10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sat:10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sun:10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
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