Thyme on the Wharf is a piece of heaven! Delicious food, beautifully presented and freshly prepared. Under new management, chef Roy deserves to do well!
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Keep your eyes open - if you don't ... you may miss the entrance, and you would be so sad to do so! Thyme on the Wharf is lovely. We only had tea and afternoon cake, and it was exactly what it promised it might...More
will visit again would recommend to everyone to dine there very good value for money good choice of menu
A converted courtyard, trying to be quaint but not quite achieving the look. Very basic (and slightly disappointing) lunch time menu. The tortillas used for the wraps were tough and doughy, so we just ate the filling (which was particularly meagre in the Mickey wrap)....More
What a gorgeous surprise to find this place in its tranquil setting. Excellent food, beautifully presented. It seems to be the most popular place in Port Alfred and despite the crowds of eager diners we did not have to wait long for our meal. Not...More
It opens at 9am and there were about 15 people waiting to get inside so I knew it would be good. The owner is really interesting to speak to and very pleasant. Only took over 1 month ago. Ordered a rooibos tea and was served...More
Went there with my partner for breakfast this morning, don't think much of there menu, not a great selection. We ordered a toasted bacon, tomato and egg sandwich, bread was soggy and tasteless. I ordered a vegetarian breakfast, was just as tasteless. Won't be going...More
Hidden away, bathed in sunlight, almost drenched in the perfume of lavender, this tiny coffee-and-yummies-place, is a must when visiting Port Alfred. EC. The courtyard is portion of a historical building, on Wharf Street- the first commercial centre in the town circa 1886. What makes...More
If there is one thing that you have to try on the menu it's the Goat's Cheese and Orange Salad. Absolutely delicious and my lunch time staple.