The restaurant has a wide choice of meals on offer and great staff. The food and service are excellent.
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This restaurant was in our hotel The Portswood and we decided to have dinner here rather than venture out into the town. It was a very nice experience. It was not busy and we were served promptly with nice food. Worth having dinner here if...More
Excellent Cape Malay food, huge portions, great price, good service, and lovely decor. The Chef's Feast is a terrific deal- the Savoury Malay Platter is a great and substantial starter, with divided plate of samosas, meatballs, breaded prawns, etc. and nice dipping sauces. The chutney...More
The menu consists largely of different types of Cape Malay curries - we had a lamb curry which was excellent. The restaurant and bar also has a very good winelist; service was friendly and attentive.
We visited for lunch and decided to have the Chef's menu. Which is a choice of 1 of 2 starters, 4 of 7 curries and 2 of 3 desserts. We sat outside near the pool on a hot day - beautiful and quiet - hard...More
This restaurant is very nice and cozy to eat breakfast or pop in for a snack/glass of wine, while you have a meeting in Cape Town. Quiet and cozy coaches to sit in for discussions. However not the best when you are tourist and would...More
Wonderful food and wonderful views over the harbour. We sat outside and had the most amazing views. Patrons as well as staff very friendly.
We patronized this restaurant for the first time and had high expectations for quality of service and food. It is absolutely not worth the visit as we were expecting to savour real Cape Town style fish and chips. The fish was tough - knife couldn't...More
We ate here one evening after a tiring day, the service and food was sublime and the bill was only 515rand! Recommend their bubuti it's a traditional South African dish, it was delicious. If you're around the waterfront seek it out. It was an old...More