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Granny Mouse Bistro

4 Reviews
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Burgers, Pizzas, Pub fare, Vegetarian
Phone Number 0332344071 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Breakfast: Monday to Sunday 7am to 10.30am

Lunch: Monday to Sunday 12pm to 3pm (tea from 3pm to 5.30pm)

Dinner: Monday to Sunday 6pm to 9pm

Menu

Menu - GrannyMouse Bistro - Menu - Updated October 2019

Details

Cost
R195 avg main meal
Food
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Burgers, Pizzas, Pub fare, Vegetarian
Corkage
R100
Cost
R195 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Local cuisine, Special occasions
Payment
Amex, Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Booking required, Child friendly, Cocktails, Fireplace, Functions, Licensed, Parking, Takeaways, WiFi

Owner's description

Welcome to Granny Mouse Country House & Spa – a luxurious country hotel nestled in the heart of the KwaZulu Natal Midlands Meander, South Africa – at the foot of the World Heritage uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Mountains.  Our Mouse House offers the very best in opulent accommodation coupled with old-world charm and service, embedded into the ethos and foundations of this historic hotel. A truly “home away from home,” experience, our serene and picturesque location along the Lions River, combines country ambiance with modern comforts extending to our well-appointed rooms, restaurants, spa and venues.  Offering two restaurants, a glorious wine cellar, an on-site spa, wedding chapel and a large conference and wedding venue, award winning-cuisine and enviably garden setting, it’s hard not to fall in love with every visit.  Whether you’re looking for a homely family getaway, a romantic wedding or honeymoon destination, a professional conference facility or the ideal spot for any celebration, Granny Mouse Country House & Spa is the ideal location.

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User reviews

4 Reviews
    Don't bother to drop in here for a meal whilst in the area. I have no doubt it was once quite a wonderful place but not any more. The service is really slow and waiters not very well trained. The food is mediocre to say the least and made me quite ill afterwards. I think this place runs on its name and exclusivity to promote itself, but I believe it ceased to be the wonderful hotel and restaurant it once was. Rather go somewhere else in the area where your patronage is actually wanted and you feel like you have had a good meal with good service.

    We had visited this restaurant 1 year ago, with food being ok, nothing to write home about. We recently revisited and what a refreshing change. Menus have been changed in look and style, with dishes on the menu for everyone. Relaxed atmosphere with light background music, fireplaces on the go. Service was crisp, very good and friendly. Food is right size portions with typical bistro feel. Knowing the meander, arguably the best bistro on the stretch for meals, by far.

    Surprises, per definition, come unexpectedly. We stayed over at GM for a single night (it was half the price of some of the other nearby establishments) and took up the offer of dining in their brand new fine-dining restaurant. Had no idea what to expect. From the moment we walked in our dinner turned into a most pleasant dining experience. The décor is gorgeous; plush and comfy yet light and friendly. The food was beyond all expectation. We were served delightful amuse bouche and then shared a goats cheese and polenta salad that was fresh, well balanced and generously portioned. We both had lamb shank that was perfectly flavoured, tender and served with fresh, crisp veggies. The pièce de résistance (for me, my loved one bailed out at this stage) was a rich chocolate tart that was oozing with flavour and texture. Waiters were discreet and efficient. They also have an amazing wine cellar (looks new). The bill did not break the bank either. Rooms were also newly decorated and really nice. No, I don’t work there or own shares; I just appreciate it if people offer consumers something good.
    The new chef, Leanne is fabulous, the food is out of this world and with a new Genral Manager- Duncan Bruce the wine list is outstanding. I hope to see this resturant in the top ten!

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