During our stay at the Days At Sea Beach Lodge we mostly stayed for dinner because the ambience is absolutely stunning. Such a beautiful and cosy place is not open to the public. What a pity. But try to phone them and maybe the chef Marise Du Preez will give you the opportunity for a table.
We are dining out all over the world and also the Cape is vibrant and creative regarding restaurants , but the Days At Sea menues are really inspiring. They carve a different menu every day and adding some wonderful surprises as pallette cleansers.
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