From the moment the friendly security guard welcomes you to the private parking lot at Quentins you are made to feel welcome. I took my mom for dinner at Quentins on the suggestion of some Houtbay-local friends of mine, and we were pleasantly surprised that the 'village' had such a gem hidden far from the madding crowds of the city. This place feels like it would be at home on Kloof street, but still retains a country kitchen feeling. Quentin himself coming out of the kitchen to chat was the cherry on top. Menu is very interesting and varied, with a lot of traditional South African flavour such as the Bobotie and springbok. Both the fish soup and Springbok were delicious and unusual. A very diverse and delicious looking wine list, although we brought our own. (R50 corkage) I think this is a great spot for any tourists looking for good quality South African fare, not the touristy over cooked meat and pap that is on offer at other 'African restaurants'.
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