This place looks like a scene where your grandmother meets Harry Potter: old fashioned furniture with weird pointy drapes in front of the windows. Although there was a fire burning, it couldn't heat the restaurant, so we had to sit with our coats on for quite a while before we felt comfortable enough to take them off. I know SA houses are not really built for cold weather, but therefore I suggest that they hang proper curtains in front of the windows which also cover the frames as well as hanging a curtain in front of the door, to keep the cold (draught) outside.
The waitress was nice and cheerful, but her service was appalling: she came with a bottle of water for our daughters (young adults), wanted to open and pour it, but then decided to put in the middle of table saying 'Ah well, you can do it yourself'....
There were only 3 tables occupied but still we had to wait quite a while for our food to arrive. When it finally came, she served 3 dishes and went to an other table to clean it and chat with the people. At the end I had to tick her on the shoulder to ask for the fourth dish.
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