We enjoyed an early evening meal at The Drydock and were most impressed. The restaurant was quiet when we arrived but filled up quickly, service was efficient and friendly.
The filet of beef is advertised as being from Botswana, this was my choice and I wasn't disappointed, it was out of this world. I chose the rosemary potatoes as my accompaniment and that's what I was served, meat and potatoes! A bit of a disappointment, but the waiter quickly brought a side dish of sliced veg which made all the difference, I'm surprised though that it's not automatic, for presentation if nothing else.
My other half ordered the Drydock Platter sushi and proclaimed it as good as any she has had.
With beers (a few) the bill came to just over R300 which was excellent value. Watching boats coming and going into the marina and life passing by while downing a cold beer is totally relaxing, I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
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