Set amongst 300-year-old pomegranate trees, The Rumbullion is a relaxed venue that allows you to relax on landscaped gardens with a view of the Atlantic stretching away to the horizon. Guests can enjoy fresh gourmet sandwiches, platters of cheese and charcuterie, and crowd-pleasers like burgers, fish and chips, and wraps.
We had a fabulous evening at The Lawns. The food was amazing and the service was fantastic. Well done
High priced fastfood. Hectic wannabe place with friendly but randomizing personell.
Claims childfriendly but not even a baby chair. Will change name soon, promise
See u next time
I understand that this restaurant is only open for summer season and clearly not catering with "returning customers" in mind... We have been there several times, the setting is awesome, they cater for large tables and kids love running around...The menu mentions the tapas jars can all be take away i ordered a few R65 jars knowing we won't finish them... to be told told at the end of my meal that if i want them take away i have to pay an extra R20/jar, they don't offer an alternative so either you pay R85 each, or you leave it... for a store bought taramasalata and nothing more than a spicy mayonaise, not only they kept it all but they won't see us again!
I went went to the Rumbullion last week with my mum and it was appalling to say the least. While the setting is marvellous, the food was absolutely horrendous and - worst of all - made one of us sick. We were assured that the orange juice was freshly squeezed when in fact it was not. My mother ordered the open sandwich with mozzarella, basil pesto and sundries tomato. The mozzarella was the rubbery dry type that you use to cook pizza!! I ordered the smoked chicken salad and asked if i could have the mayo on the side. The plate arrived with a bowl of mayo on the side true but the smoked chicken was still drenched in mayo which came straight out of supermarket jar. We will not go back.