the original and still one of the best of the s.a.-wide moyo chain, the set-up at spier rambles over a huge site, including tables set on platforms in the trees, under spreading tents and romantic tables in secluded corners. face painters (no fee) moved from table to table during the sunday lunchtime we went, followed by a group of drummers and then a larger band in the main tent. our waitress cheerfully cleared empty plates and replaced cutlery as we returned time and again to the buffet (it's always a buffet at this branch, no menu) during the leisurely two-hour-plus meal. from salads, to calamari and angel fish being prepared on one stall, past the bubbling cauldrons of lamb tagine, kudu bobootie and oxtail, on to the stall grilling venison, that serving vegetables, then one for steak-lovers - they stretched on and on. but it was other other direction, with the desserts that entranced my wife: seriously chocolatey layer cake with chocolate sauce demanded three visits to ensure it really was as decadently delicious as the first mouthful promised. after lunch a stroll through the nearby art and crafts market rounded off a great day out.
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