This place is a typical Southern African pub much favoured by expatriates, with specials several nights a week. The only thing I've eaten there was the Kingklip, which was surprisingly good although about 25% more expensive than the same dish where I was staying. Drinks are similarly not cheap, but ok. In the early evening there will be a pleasant mix of foreign families and locals having pizza etc, and expats and locals drinking at the bars. Service is slow, but friendly. Later in the evening the large room with a big projection TV for sporting events may become a 'club' with either DJ or band, and many younger locals some of whom may be 'working girls.'
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.