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Casalinga Italian Restaurant - Gardens
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Casalinga Ristorante Italiano - Tranquil Gardens

Casalinga is an elegant Italian country restaurant in Muldersdrift, South Africa. It is the Ideal setting for tasteful business luncheons and dinners, romantic wedding receptions or intimate dinners for two. Casalinga’s delicious fare has established it as one of Gauteng’s leading restaurants for the past 21 years.

Fresh garden-grown herbs and vegetables, homemade pasta, decadent desserts, cosy fireplaces and sunny terraces, fine wines and fresh air.....

“Casalinga is simple; we try and make it as intimate as possible and an extension of our home...” - owners Jenny and Peter de Luca.

Best of Joburg Winner - Most Romantic Restaurant, Best Al fresco Dining and Best Sunday Lunch

Tel: 087 941 1223

E-mail: enquiries@casalinga.co.za

Website:www.casalinga.co.za

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