I've always skipped past Toni's to the newer, trendier spots on Kloof Street. We recently moved into the area though, and I've been looking for a new local - somewhere unpretentious that we can go to once a month or so when we don't feel like cooking - and Toni's seemed to fit the bill. It was a warm evening and the outside deck was busy, but we found a table. We tried the feijoada - a Portuguese stew laced with lots of paprika and filled with tasty white beans, chicken, chorizo and morcela (which is apparently a kind of black sausage) - it was very tasty - probably better suited to winter than summer though. I had the Mozambican chicken and prawn curry which was thoroughly coconutty and had great heat, and fresh coriander. All in all, it was very tasty; portions were generous, and prices affordable. Service was a little slow - but it was busy and a public holiday, so fair enough. I reckon they need to get more than one card machine though! We'll be back to try the trinchado and the peri peri chicken.