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Experience dining al’ fresco or enjoy sun-downers to wonderful views on the airy terrace or spend your time inside in the warm and welcoming interior. Whatever your preference, we'll accommodate.
I'm fortunate enough to dine out frequently and know many of the top restauranteurs in the Country and abroad. Having been several times to Steffanie's Place I've always found the interior desperately lacking, but the quality of the food has always made up for this. With so much choice in the area and Waterkloof, Terroir, Rust en Vrede and Overture etc on the doorstep they need to up their game, particularly as they charge almost top tier prices. They have a marvelous position and tremendous view from their deck and we were hugely disappointed that we could not eat outside - particularly during the incredible late April summer we have been enjoying. Last night (as with many others this week) there was no wind and at 22 degrees the perfect evening to enjoy dinner outside. On arrival, a rather surely waitress said we could not dine outside - due to winter conditions...? However, all the doors were open and we could drink outside and make use of the deck as many others were doing. Made no sense and can only be put down to laziness. Starters were excellent, imaginative and well presented. Main courses disappointing and lacked imagination or flavour. Level of service and staff attentiveness poor - almost rude. Every restaurant can have an off night but what differentiates from the good (and there are so many) and bad are the small things. In that regard, Steffanie's Place need to up their game. A pity, as it has the opportunity to be so much better.