The menu is presented on a board and thoroughly explained. We started with the beef tartar to share, really tender good looking beet which tasted awesome. The beef as a main was very well cooked and when they say medium rare it is actually medium rare so they know what they are doing. The food was really good and pure. The only comment I have is that the la Mott wine was 30 rand more expensive than in other restaurants in the area (which is around 20%).
Do book in advance as they are usually fully booked.
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