Monday, June 22nd, 2020
Reviewed by Hennie Fisher
The akuri curried eggs – fried onions and peppers with home-made curry sauce scrambled into free-range eggs, served with toast – may be the best hangover cure ever.
The lunch menu includes a duck breast salad, fishcakes or roast chicken soup for starters, while mains include moules-frites, venison stroganoff or an incredibly delicious chicken-and-mushroom pie with salad and gravy.
For dessert, many wonderful baked items will tempt you to throw caution to the wind.
The wine list is well compiled, with interesting inclusions.
A regiment of smartly turned out waiters deal with any request. Look longingly enough at the sausages in the meat counters and you may be treated to a tour of the butchery.
The stoep out front is perfect for long hours over great food and drinks, though surrounded by a busy buzz.
Work lunches, with an extensive deli and kitchen shop to tempt any home cook.
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