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Situated in the heart of Newlands Village, Barristers aims to provide warmth, friendship and good cheer, and serve the great steaks that made them famous. Whether for a casual glass of wine, a great meal or simply a warm and inviting destination to meet special friends, Barristers is perfectly positioned to help you celebrate life’s special occasions.Having a comprehensive and interesting wine list, with many wines served by the glass and regular tastings, there will be a wine to satisfy the most discerning palate. Their range of whiskeys and liqueurs is extensive there are more than twenty five whiskeys on offer.The revamped bar and deck areas offer a wonderful venue for entertaining and with a selection of over twenty draft beers on tap, all ice cold, it is a great spot to watch sporting events on the big screen TVs. Being in the heart of Newlands, they are unashamedly Stormers supporters!Breakfast, lunch and dinner menus cater for all tastes and budgets, from traditional pan-fried prawns (served on their own brass burner) to the ever popular Roquefort sauce.
Cheap and convenient. Food's okay. We had very poor service and when we complain to the owner/manager we were told we are racist and please don't come back! Okay.
We had a very unfortunate Saturday night out at Barristers. Two of us had the vegetarian platter at R95 each. On the rather empty looking platter was a smaller than medium sized mushroom that came with the promise of a secret batter and a Rocquefort sauce, a wedge (sliver) of camembert and two kinds of veg. "Boring" would be the most unemotional way to describe this "meal". The third person at our table had sole which she described as "pap" and the chips were cold. We left feeling ripped off after spending R660 (one bottle of Springfield and 3 Irish coffees included). This old and popular restaurant urgently needs a new chef and a complete overhaul of whatever is going on in the kitchen. We won't be back before that happens.