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If you want the experience of a walk across a ravine on a rickety though safe wooden bridge, by all means repeatedly do so!
If going for a meal, forget it, you may be seated for over twenty minutes before a waiter deems it necessary...More
In reading previous reviews and seeing pics, I can say my recent visit in May 2019 they had replaced the overhead awnings in the outdoor dining. We were the only customers so the service was great- I cannot comment what it would have been like...More
It used to be a diamond, now it has fallen to the ground, literally speaking, the only thing you need to do is look at the pictures I have taken... To wait for more than an hour to be served, and then to start receiving...More
We visited this place for lunch with family and friends and it was a great disappointment. I will try to be as brief as possible...
Pros: great location and amazing view, polite staff
1. We ordered 5 portions of food it took them over...More
This place clearly used to be very interesting, but sadly is no more. The place is technically open, but the staff is extremely rude and they have little to no offerings on their menu. Additionally, they no longer carry any alcohol. Seems like it used...More
Having been to Rolf's over the years, I always looked forward to the special treat of lunch at the gorge. Menu items used to be well prepared, with a well stocked bar. The reality in 2018 is vastly different.
Majority of the menu items are...More
I used to live in Nairobi in 2014-15, and coming to Rolf's Place was a special treat we reserved for impressing our visitors, with excellent food and a magical location awaiting you. It was therefore with great sadness that I realised after my most recent...More
Though the road to Rolf's is ragged, we thought the charm of the place and its staff made up for it! The hanging bridge makes for an unforgettable entrance, and we watched a family of baboons play on it while waiting for our meal. Though...More