We visited Simonsvlei for lunch on a Sunday and found the service and food very good! The winter special malay curry was great, as was the crumbed pork chops. We will visit again.
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We had the MOST incredible family Sunday lunch! I had the Cape Malay curry which I couldn't even finish along with cheesy broccoli, green beans, butternut, roasted baby onions and creamed spinach.......as I opted to leave out the rice.......crispy poppadom! Mmmmmmmmmmm!!! My husband had the...More
Sunday LUNCH with my brother and family ,i made booking as SIMONSVLEI half way between our stay areas ,but after i study reports in TripAdvisor first time in many years doing this me confused,even wanted to cancel booking,but still arrived for lunch, Walked into restuarant...More
My dad celebrated his 80th birthday at the restaurant. We chose 3 course meals, which was so delicious. Everyone that attended was super impressed. The meals, desserts. Bronwyn our waitress handled our table very well.Nicki and Rob the owners gave us top service. We will...More
For a beautiful Sunday afternoon out, stopping at Simonsvlei for wine tasting...what a absolute unprofessional welcome from the wine tasting Lady...first of all she is on her celphone and absent greeting or welcome ethics. When we finally got her attention all she possibly could say...More
We drove past Simonsvlei and dropped in for a wime tasimg. Very modest fee R20 for tasting any 6 wines,ther was no limitation, apart from unavailable wime, ranging from premium to lifestyle wines, some very good indeed. We then wemt into the resatuarant and had...More
Great food and excellent service. Stunning selection of wines on sale in a gorgeous setting with great ambiance.
We stopped for a late lunch of pizza. Unfortunately there was a Table of very noisy children running around and screaming, even though there was a playground.
You can see the motor way from the restaurant and there was a peculiar smell. We sat outside. The salads were good but we forgot to ask for dressing on the side so the salad was swimming in the dressing.