The restaurant is nicely located on the quayside of the Victoria and Alfred waterfront. It is very popular and you must book if you want a table. It is unlikely you will get one unless you do. Outside there are lots of sun shaded tables where you can dine and watch the world go by. Inside is fairly dark and cooler being air conditioned. Service is slick and professional across what is a quite large restaurant.
A dim sum starter was fairly good but not exceptional. Line caught fish features on the menu, mainly kinglip but crayfish are both large and succulent. We had a surf and turf which consisted of 8 prawns and a fillet of beef. There was not a great deal of taste to the beef it has to be said. However, at 838 rand or £50 for a meal for two including wine and water, it is very good value. This is due in part to the exchange rate at the time but generally the restaurants in South Africa are good value.
If you want to eat well at a good price and in a people watching location, this is definitely the place to go.
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