This was our first visit to Cape Town and since we are New Yorkers, we can be rather picky critics. Not much to complain about here. The chef is incredibly creative. Vanilla and grape gazpacho with a red granite in the middle. Beautifully grilled impala which literally melts in the mouth. An excellent "twice-cooked" cheese soufflé and a perfectly prepared fillet which was too big for me to finish. My friend, a South African, enjoyed the grilled warthog which he said was excellent.
I would love to come back because there are so many other tantalizing starters and entrees to try.
The wine was a Nativo 2009, a wonderful Pinotage blend from a wine list that contained many wines under $50.
Service was quick and professional but we were not rushed in any way. Our table was upstairs, one of many around the small bar and overlooking the entrance. There is another room downstairs but I preferred our location.
All in all, a delicious dining experience.
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