From what we have experienced, the motto "don't go to Namibia for its food" is warranted, though in the case of the Wreck ths is definitely not true. We went with high expectations and we were not disappointed. Even on a Monday night the restaurant was full. We took the 2nd sitting but they let us come early at 8 pm. The menu was varied with a good range of fish and meat dishes (not much for vegetarians, though not our problem). We chose starters of Thai fish and veg soup and tempura vegetables. Main courses of grilled Kingklip. All the dishes were of a high international standard. There was a good wine list of S African wines. We were able to choose an excellent Sauvignon Blanc from Saxenburg estate. Service was very efficient. The waiters were kept very busy though everything happened to time with friendliness and courtesy.
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