The most amazing chef uses indigenous plants foraged from nearby dunes. His inspirational cuisine is a once in a life time experience.
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Kobus must be away researching? we had lunch here last Thursday and were expecting much more. we booked the previous week and were asked for a R1000,00 deposit for a party of 7 people, this we took as normal for a small, delicious, in-demand restaurant....More
If you are looking for value for money...give this venue a skip. Must be one of the more expensive shops in the area. Definitely not catering for the SA tourist. The garden setting is adequate with relative okay service. Not my cup of tea but...More
We went here for Sunday lunch. I had been there before and really enjoyed the small tasting menu, with locally foraged products. This time, however, it was a three course lunch they offered: mussels, angel fish and ice cream. The mussels were very nice, the...More
I always return to Oep when I'm in the area, and am never disappointed. The bistro has undergone some changes lately, but the ladies now running the show have managed to maintain the same excellent quality of west coast home style food that Oep is...More
Feeling peckish after having returned from a beach-buggy ride, we decided to pop into this authentic little eatery. We sat in the quiet garden with quirky tablecloths and a herb garden in a boat. The waitress was friendly and efficient. The menu isn't very big...More