We had the ostrich and the beef sosaties and both were completely delicious. Generous portions, served with potato or rice and vegetables and salad. Family friendly with a separate kids menu. Highly recommend!
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we were fortunate, arriving at 1845, to get one of only two available tables. The food is better here than we remembered it from of previous visit 3 years ago. Superb Chicken Livers Piri Piri followed by the best rack of Lamb I have ever...More
We ate here twice during our week in Luz and were very happy both times. The second visit was the choice of our 13-year-old who enjoyed the first visit so much she wanted to return.
It was quite a good idea to make a reservation, because the place was pretty packed. But the waiters and the (I guess it was) the boss were very happy and friendly. The food, especially the vegetable side dishes, were extremely tasty. We had spinach...More
We by chance passed and popped in and luckily got the last table available for the next 3 hours (book in advance, you must visit!) Reasonably pricey, but worth every penny! We ordered bread and pates, two mains: surf and turf and an ostrich steak...More
We went twice the food was excellent. My husband had the Bobotie which is a South African dish, I had the fish. The second time we both had the Curry.
Been here twice now not disappointed ..I had the moon fish hubby had ostrich steak..House wine superb , staff fantastic and service amazing .not overpowering very attentive ..surely deserves 5 star ..will definitely come back ....
A welcoming and comfortable restaurant with great food. Many South African dishes which are tasty and well presented. Waiters are very helpful and prepared to give customers information about the different dishes. Tasty, homemade accompaniments and a nice house red wine.
We saw the reviews for this place were great, and it did not disappoint. The food was delicious, the service was attentive, and the ambience is very nice. We started with the garlic mushrooms, which were very good, and the petasca, which was outstanding (warning:...More