We really enjoyed our dinner at Nguni. We chooses the starters like tuna carpaccio and root beet goat cheese salad. Very good. After that we enjoyed our steaks. Finishing touch with the Nguni Mess. Perfectly.
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A lovely experience - pretty table setting, great food, good friendly service and lovely sitting outside
We went there as part of the Food and Film Festival event and whilst the venue and everything around the film was very special (with the main character that played in the film 48 years ago and with her daughter that performed the theme song...More
Nguni was recommended to us and we were very pleased we went. The food was outstanding and the service friendly and very helpful. Booking is necessary.
We had dinner with two people, my 24 year old daughter and myself, and it was as near as perfect as it can get. My Springbook filet medium rare was exactly as I had ordered in a reasonably quick time ( no 2 min microwave...More
You will find a simple retaurant with really delicious food and wine! My boyfriend and I had a wonderful evening at Nguni, staff is very nice and funny. The atmosphere is very relaxed, we started a conversation with the couples sitting next to us -...More
For this excellent and centrally located restaurant a reservation (for dinner) is recommended. Excellent food completed by a great variety of wines and a superb service.
Food was very good! However on the pricey side... Service was good until a bigger table were seated next to us, and we were treated as an afterthought by the waitress. Waited 20min for a dessert menu... Then after ordering we waited another 30min for...More