We were very curious about the bobotie here, Annie se kombuis doesn't exist anymore. There's a new coffee place now, which doesn't serve any lunch or dinner.
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This charming african eatery has sadly closed its doors....the tripe, oxtail,pigs trotters and the like were super....but it's closed now. I am on the lookout a replacement or a similar menu offering.Once found if at all I will repost accordingly
We had a fabulous meal here after most other restaurants were closed on a Monday night. We had pleasant service and the meal arrived promptly. The "boontjie bredie" was superb. It was a generous portion and the meat was tender and flavorful. The other dish...More
we spend more than two weeks in south africa with a different restaurant every evening and this one was on the top three. the food was fabulous and the owners very nice peoples. we warmly recomand to every one passing through Hermanus to search about...More
My husband and I have dinner here twice and it was super. The shrimp dishes were great as well as the beef entrees. The service was second to none. We also had coffee each Morni g. A foot bet while in Hermanus
the portions were absolutely overwhelming and nothing special. The manager was overly friendly and kept telling us how fantastic they were and wouldn't let us eat our food in peace. We were lucky as they had some amazing dancers from Cape Town arranged for the...More
excellent service and food. Michelle(manager) surprised my mom with flowers and desert on the house for her 50th Birthday. Our waitress gave us excellent service. It was worth the drive from Cape Town to have lunch. We've discovered a fabulous restuarant.
We went to this place twice during our stay of 2 days in Hermanus. The food was just excellent. I can say that this was one of the best food we had during our 4 weeks journey through South Africa. They serve more the traditional...More
The menu was limited, what was served was average to good. The soup was more a puree and we ended up adding water to dilute it. The meat dishes were average but tasty. Dessert - skip it. The retaurant itself is in a quaint alley...More
An interesting selection of traditional Boer dishes, mostly pot pie types of offerings. We learned about the restaurant from a NY Times travel piece from the mid 2000s, but the place apparently changed owners (and chefs) 2-3 years ago. We opted for the tasting menu,...More