Very delicious fish platters! Nice tables outside but chilly in spring. Keep in mind that they have no alcohol license and you have to bring your own wine or beer.
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We visited Freshline in the evening and as the weather was bad we had to use the neighbouring restaurant Rib and Rump. The menu is the same and the food was first class. We had the platter which was huge. As it was cold they...More
Freshline Fisheries provided a pleasant, laid-back dining experience during our stay in Knysna. The fish was incredibly fresh and the service was good despite being super busy!! We were a little disappointed hat the brai option was not available the night we visited but were...More
During a trip from Australia we paid a visit with some local friends. Great location and first class food. FF has a BYO booze rule which is great, as you can take your own beer or wine--would recommend any time, especially on a nice day.
This place blew us away with their tasty seafood! The portions is also generous and staff very friendly!
Thank you - We truly appreciate your review and it make us feel we want to try even harder. Regards Ron
Excellent fish and great steaks. No bar, but you can bring your own beer and wine with no corkage charge. Very rustic setting with lovely fires burning all around. Staff are very helpful. Would highly recommend for a very enjoyable experience.
Thank you Thank you Thank you. So rewarding and appreciated - glad you enjoyed! Regards Ron Pocock
BYO, basic, sand between the toes but such good fish and seafood. Definitely the best bisque I’ve had outside France and probably the best ever. Main course Kingklip cutlets beautifully cooked. If they hadn’t had a function we’d have been there two nights from two!
Simply the best seafood in the Cape. No license so take your own wine. Four of us the best Hake and Calamai we ever eaten.
Thank you Grantsafrica - We really appreciate your review and delighted you enjoyed! Makes it all worth it for us! Thanks Ron Pocock