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While it is tempting to stick to things from the ocean while here—any closer and you would be in it—there are many meat dishes like very good chicken pie rich with mushrooms and a generous burger with your choice of sauce. Then there is the traditional bobotie, something you don’t see every day, served with rice and chutney, nice and rich, and the lamb bredie done with a green bean sauce. The fishcakes and the mussel pot keep them coming back for more each season and make delicious starters to get those taste buds going. The calamari, nice and simple, Cajun style if you like a bite to it and the fish and chips are favourites as are the combo plates with prawns and fish goujons. The house dessert is souskluitjies, homemade steamed dumplings sprinkled with cinnamon and slathered with custard, very traditional. There is a kids menu to keep the kids feeling special. They have reasonable wine list with fair markups featuring something for most diners.
Friendly and smooth from an eager young bunch—can slow down when really busy so just chill
This cute little building which was probably a fisherman’s house in days gone by has a superb view of the little bay right in front of it and is just the place to be for sunsets. Locals tend to gather inside especially when the weather is not playing ball but hardy visitors love it. They do not take bookings at the outside tables so take that into account when going.
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