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We popped in for a light lunch , ordered a couple of dishes and deserts . It was fabulous, great to have different experiences as not tried South African before. The food was fresh tasty and all made on the premises . The owner was...More
We visited amanzi for our wedding anniversary, my oh is South African so it's been on our list for ages. We enjoyed every part of the meal, the biltong and druewors were simply stunning. I had samoosas to start, and my husband had boerewors, both...More
Found this on a list supplied by our hotel. Being South African by birth, I felt we had to give it a try. What a great place! The owner and staff were really friendly and the food was absolutely delicious. We started with biltong to...More
An enjoyable lunch we had. Although it was actually closed that day but sonce we had a reservation a month ago. We were happend to be chased down the road to dine in. The food was amazing love the biltong and the dried beef sticks.
Family of 7 visited over the New Year holiday. Ages 9 to 63 with one vegetarian.
We booked a couple of days in advance.
The whole experience of the evening was excellent.
The service was friendly and efficient and the food was delicious!
Visiting Falmouth for a couple of days and looking for places to eat, we came across this amazing place! As a South African myself, I was super excited to taste some traditional meals that I have missed so much. And this place did not disappoint,...More
The obvious choice in Falmouth is to go to a fish restaurant- so we went to Amanzi instead. We arrived early, 18:30, without a booking on the off-chance. It had been a long tiring day for my daughter so an early dinner was good. A...More
For the second time now in about 3 months we have had the pleasure of eating here. I now always go for the fish of the day in a creamy garlic sauce - its just fabulous. And the chips are just the best too. Washed...More