The location of this restaurant is great, overlooking Robben Island and beautiful Table Mountain. It has a nice selection of seafood, but the quality not what it used to be and we will probably not be back soon. The service was slow although there were only about 10 tables occupied at the time (on a Saturday night!). The prawn tempura looked great, but was very doughy with little prawn inside and pretty cold when served; the salmon roses were good; the garlic mussels were good except for the baby mussel amongst the others; the french loaf served with the garlic mussels was at least 1 day old and the side piece left out in the open all day, rock hard; the squid robata was overcooked.
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