Every kind of African jazz, especially South African – and we’re not short of jazz stars in this country - from Afro-pop to trad funk, generally with some sax somewhere. Open in the evenings only. Book a table near the act. The food is not trying to be anything but delicous, as if it need be, with jazz fans flocking here anyway.
A chicken apple salad with a citrus-ginger dressing, almonds and leaves is R65 and the most expensive main is Karoo Lamb Rib, dry-cured with mustard and curry, slow roasted and grill-finished at R160. The atmosphere is surprisingly elegant but the place is full of South Africans of all ages, all shades and all creeds.