it use to be one of the best places in ta. saddly enough it's closed and there is a new place at the location.
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Went to have an afternoon lunch with a cold beer - but no tap beer (only a very limited selection of bottled beer) . The menu was rather disappointing - no real choice for the non-meat-eaters in our party. But the service was excellent!
excellent food.excellent service.excellent location.romantic atmosphere.what else need couple to enjoy ferfect dinner.the food is prepering in "poyke"(kind of bowel using to cook in s.a )come out tender and tasty..the excelancy of the service show as you need something the nearest waiter to your place will...More
Was recommended by a couple of Foodie friends, so of course, we had to check it out. The food, claimed to be African(South), is actually meat based. We tried several dishes and were very impressed. The meat was cooked to perfection. The several wine choices...More
We were there during week days, the place was not full, the place is nicely decorated and atmosphere is great. These days they are having coupon promotion so it may be crowded. The service is very efficient. as for the food, they are using in...More
Went on a coupon for tasters menu for two - 5 starters, two main dishes and one desert. All the starters were delicious. Two main dishes were great also, one was a skewer with different meats and the second was meat in a poyke cooked...More
I've been to Pokye during the weekend - Saturday noon. The place was not very busy which was good for our purposes. We had a pre-purchased coupons for a "chef's meal" that includes tasting all sorts of cuisines from a fixed menu. The food was...More
The restaurant's idea is African food, mainly South-African, with some very nice dishes. The name of the restaurant, "Poyke", means a heavy pot, and some of their best dishes are cooked and served in such pots, giving an authentic touch to a very nice cuisine....More
The 'Poyke' was highly recommended to us by friends so we paid the place a visit. It was ok but I still felt a bit disappointed after the 'wonders' I was told about this restaurant. For example - I am very familiar with the South...More
The idea of the restaurant, is that all the dishes are made by heavy "poyke pot", which gives the food great unique African feel & taste! The ramp steak is very good, and for dessert try the "Chocongo"- it is considered as one of the...More