Dixies Restaurant and Pub

5 Reviews
Pizzas, Seafood, Steak
Phone Number 0217862105 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Breakfast: Monday to Sunday 9am to 11am

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12pm to 4.30pm

Dinner: Monday to Sunday (Kitchen closes at 9.30pm) 4.30pm to 11pm

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Menu - A La Carte Menus Breakfast menu - Updated March 2018 Starter menu - Updated March 2018 Soup and Salads menu - Updated March 2018 Light Meals menu - Updated March 2018 Chef Specialities menu - Updated March 2018 Seafood menu - Updated March 2018 Pan Fried and grill menu - Updated March 2018 Pizza Menu - Updated March 2018 Desserts menu - Updated March 2018 Red wine list - Updated March 2018 White wine list - Updated March 2018


R135 avg main meal
Pizzas, Seafood, Steak
R15 for white wine; R20 for red wine
R135 avg main meal
Groups, Kids
Mastercard, Visa
Child friendly, Dinner, Food, Kosher, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Smoking

Owner's description

Breakfast, lunch and dinner – it is possible to spend all day eating, view watching and relaxing at Dixies. The laid back atmosphere and sea breeze, along with the delicious food makes it the perfect spot for families, friends and tourists.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    This is the kind of place you go to if you only eat to live. A couple of my fellow diners ordered the deep fried calamari strips. I don't know how it's possible when deep frying but the strips were pale and insipid looking. A vegetarian meal was ordered which consisted of 5 boiled baby potatoes which had not been scrubbed so they still had little stumpy bits on them; a pile of sauteed button mushrooms which looked to me like they had been cooked in a crowed pan because there was no colour on them and a few spoonfuls of pumpkin mash and creamed spinach. I didn't realise that restaurants still served that combination of vegetables - it's quite retro at this stage. I ordered the sirloin with Cafe de Paris butter and chips. The chips appeared to be frozen oven chips rather than proper fries. I'm not certain that what I was presented with was actually butter. It had the consistency of whipped cream; and as for a Cafe de Paris... I could spot garlic in it and maybe a herb but none of the other 6-12 ingredients that normally go in a Cafe de Paris. While the meat looked plump and appetising there was zero flavour. If I had been blindfolded I could not tell you what meat I ate. It could have been anything. The service from our waiter was the stand out of the evening. It would seem that after 40 years the complacency has crept in.

    The meals at Dixies have always been great!

    Despite being told the steaks were the best at Dixies, mine was terrible, dry and burnt. Wouldn't recommend the steak.

    Kathryn Stewart, that's terrible that you experienced that. They make the most divine "melt in your mouth" steaks normally, i would recommend Dixies to anyone.

    Try their Pepper Fillet - done to perfection.

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