Friendly, homey, great food, chilled setting. Worth the travel! Bread is a winner! Wine prices are incredibly reasonable. Secateur Chenin Blanc was superb.
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This is the 2nd oldest town in SA and it exudes atmosphere. Surrounded by some of South Africa’s finest wineries, The Red Tin Roof combines character with excellent food to produce a memorable visit. Sam, Maggie Mae, Jango and Sylvester make you feel as if...More
I am in two minds on this place. My wife and I ate there on her birthday and it was actually a good experience. The atmosphere is good, there are all these funky decorations and our waitress was really, really good and friendly. My beer...More
We had the most delicious meal here. Recommended by the owner of our accommodation and for a good reason! The food was prepared with love and care - it was totally delicious and they were super helpful in "veganising" it for me. They also had...More
We arrived mid-afternoon but had no problem with service. The burgers were immense and delicious. Clearly home made. Lovely ecclectic setting with souveniers of the owners' travels around the world. Big dogs who didn't mind us but don't like other pets. Quiet and entertaining.
Four of us had a dinner and enjoyed our meal. The food was well-priced and the service was fine. This is not a place for fine-dining but it is a pleasant restaurant. I think it must be nice to sit outside but it was too...More
We haven't booked because we randomly decided to drive to Riebeeck Kasteel. When we entered the restaurant there were quite a few open tables inside which was fine, because we didn't want to sit in the sun. The owner/manager made it clear that "walk-ins" were...More
Hi Celia, Thanks for taking the time to review Red Tin Roof. Apologies for the wait you experienced. Its obvious we were pretty packed so perhaps, in order for you to receive priority treatment, you would need to please book a table in the future...More