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Flatties has a very simple menu but all the items are yummy and not too pricey. Quantity is great too. Very busy little place so reservations are important. Its very casual. Outdoor with benches and tables. If you like steak try the hanging beef. Espetada...I think it was called.More
We were a little disappointed. The only two items they were out of was biltong and boerewors which are South African staples and the very reason we went there.
Nevertheless, the people were very friendly attentive and the food was good. We had the mushrooms...(minus the biltong) as a starter. They were very tasty and i would have them again.
For my main course I had Mozambique style prawns peri peri. They were more like large shrimp than true prawns and i thought they should have had a little more sauce. The salad that came with it was tasty.
My wife had the chicken peri peri. The fries that came with it were delicious and the chicken was tasty and good.
Friendly people good food. I would go back.More
We went to Flattie's for dinner which was OK. Two of us had the prawns which were tasty but not peeled so it was hard to get the meat off them. My brother had the ribs, and he said they were tasty but not as...meaty as we have had elsewhere. My wife had the salmon and said it was OK. The servers were friendly and attentive.More
I'm not sure if Flatties opened for lunch. In season they seemed to open every night, in June they were only open two or three nights a week. In off season most places in English Harbour either close completely or seriously... More
I'm not sure if Flatties opened for lunch. In season they seemed to open every night, in June they were only open two or three nights a week. In off season most places in English Harbour either close completely or seriously reduce their opening days.