Having accidentally stumbled into this Restaurant during our first trip to Pringle Bay we could not have been more surprised. Even though we didn’t make a booking (and later realised we most definitely should have), we were warmly greeted by the owners, Gary and Karen, and were lucky enough to get seated at the last remaining table up at the front. The décor is warm and eclectic –candlelit with vintage cutlery and napkins, luscious coloured wine glasses and Nina Simone lulling us into a warm cacophony of times gone by. The menu is simple, but cooked with love. We had pasta – the fresh gnocchi to die for, served steaming in a Le Crueset Pan, followed by a very decadent Knickerbokerglory with two spoons. The food and ambience was so good, we went back again, two days later after being tempted by the promise of woodfired pizzas at weekends. This, I can officially say, is some of the best pizza I have ever tasted. Carpaccio, Camembert and fig preserve… on the thinnest, lightest base you have ever laid eyes on. Gary and Karen, serve up a delightful, warm and friendly experience. Incredibly good value with a very ”sussed-out” wine list. Will definitely be back again next time we pass through!
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