The restaurant has 3 levels and we were seated on the top floor, which is partly open air and offers views of table mountain. They offer a set menu consisting of around 15 different items, at least half of which are vegetarian. There isn't much red meat on the menu. The food is served tapas style to share and divided into 2 courses, with dessert to follow. We eat a lot, but the aggregate quantity here was enormous! You can order top ups of any items you liked, but we were way too full to do this. The food was interesting. Lots of variety and unusual items. In isolation most dishes didn't really stand out, but as a combination of taster portions it worked out really well and we enjoyed our meal.
Service was friendly and we were ok with the pace, but some of our neighbouring tables experienced lengthy delays. This was partly due to waiting staff doubling up as performers, leading to periods where there was simply no service available. On that note, during our 2 hour meal we had a single episode of performances lasting around 10 minutes.
The food is priced at R330 per person. Our bill including drinks and tip came to R1,000. Overall it was a good experience, despite being very touristy. Certainly very different to the other meals we had during this trip!
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