As winter approaches, cosiness is king. The official opening of Saul’s Saloon & Grill just off Strand’s beachfront promenade in January is good news for local diners seeking a comfy venue with fabulous views.

The latest addition to Saul’s fast growing chain of hamburger emporiums offers diners their signature favourites such as the Bronto Burger and chips (known to many as the biggest and juiciest burger in town) or the grilled cheese and tomato tramezzini paired with fresh salads, to name a few.  There are also the popular daily specials such as a 400g Prime Rib Steak, with chips, for a surprising sixty-nine rand, while “Kiddie Meals” provide free desserts and milkshakes.

Saul Beder, CEO and founder of The Saul’s Group, chose to open his eighth new establishment in a town known for its community spirit. Saul’s Strandprides itself in offering huge South African meal portions at realistic prices, in a cosy environment, with friendly service and excellent customer attention.

The restaurant is ideal for business lunches or family outings. Other drawcards are an air-conditioned interior and spacious seating plus five  large flat-screen TVs and two big screens for serious sporting fans. There are Internet facilities to surf the ‘net, with Saul’s free "house” WiFi, while patrons sip espressos and piping hot chocolate drinks or order Surf and Turf options from the menu.

The restaurant has a seating capacity of 180, comprising 70 on the outside balcony  20 at the ladies’ bar (or 65 for the entire bar area) – making it the largest establishment within the Saul’s restaurant chain. The decor is “nostalgic fifties”, with giant images of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean.

The cabin-style furniture, coupled with the warmth and familiar empathy of Saul’s staff, makes the restaurant a home from home. The extensive menu variety appeals to everyone, from light salad lovers to hearty meat eaters. Saul’s Saloon & Grill is open night and day to serve customers loyal to its brand and warmly welcomes new visitors seeking solace from the cold.

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