Our host at had recommended and booked us for dinner. She told us we wouldn't be disappointed and we weren't.
Dinner was delayed by about 1 hour due to load shedding but to get things going we started with the beef tataki. We followed this with a lightly spiced vegetarian panyere and finally the Karoo Mutton Rogan Josh (fragrant, spicy, delight).
The wine list is limited but we opted for a not too badly priced Gabriekskloof Sauvignon Blanc.
It's supposed to be a tapas menu but portions were large enough and not badly priced so that we left contented and not broke.
Service was good and the owner/chef, Jeremy engaged with all the guests.
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