Close enough to hear the breakers and in general the food is always good. I recommend trying the specials. A decent selection of craft beers rounds it off nicely.
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Very friendly staff who were happy to talk to us about South African life in general. For a small cafe their menu was varied. Food was cooked well and we did not have to wait long.
This restaurant is in a quaint setting being the old Wilderness station of the disused narrow gauge train line which accommodated the Knysna to George Choo Choo train. The menu is out of the ordinary, but the food is not as good as what it...More
We had a light lunch there. Interesting food ranging from starters to mains. Very popular and trendy. Reasonably priced.
We had dinner there 2, food was very good, curry was excellent, nice fireplace, friendly staff.Some evening where closed, but suppose it was out of season.
Great for a home made curry, afternoon coffee or a quite Sunday lunch. The place a has quiet and calm vibe, very much understated and the service is unassuming and friendly. Lovely atmosphere. Food is great, good value and well cooked.
Found this little place on our journey from Knysna to Cape Town. The welcome was great and the food better. The one negative mark, and it is a big one, is that it is not wheelchair friendly at all. Gravel from the word go, steps...More
Popped into the Beejuice for a quick breakfast on the way to Knysna, lovely little place with a stunning view & a quick hop to the beach, food was very nice & service was efficient, unable to fault in any way
We were looking for a quick, light lunch near the beach. The setting is pleasant and the young man serving us was most helpful and nice. However the food left a lot to be desired. Beejuice seems to think that it's some sort of health...More
Visited in March with fellow travellers. I thought it was a beautiful building and setting. They served the best veggie burger I have ever had anywhere. Feel really sad I live thousands of miles away. The guy was lovely and friendly. Service was a little...More