Went for a Sunday lunch for my mom in laws birthday. The carvery has not changed in 30 years but if you are after a good old fashioned roast it is still worth it. With a group of fussy eaters everyone could have what they...More
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We visited with a group of friends for Sunday buffet, with high expectations. Disappointing experience. The soup of the day was tasteless and under seasoned, you battled to find any meat in the lamb curry (but bones galore !), the fish was like leather, the...More
I just went for a drink after hours. The service was average. I expected a different vibe. I suppose it depends on when you visit.
Buffet type restaurant with salads, soups, mains and dessert. The food is good but not as varied as you would think for a buffet or for the amount you pay. The staff are quite friendly but expect a bit of a wait if there are...More
As other people have noted - lovely Cape Dutch building (although, since I'm originally from the Cape we look down our noses at this type of architecture poaching ;-) Atmosphere inside... A bit sombre - probably because of all the wooden panelling. Wine list =...More
Firstly, the premises is beautiful. It is a lovely setting. There is a more informal bar and outdoor area, and a more formal restaurant which does a great buffet. The menu is very well priced for the quality. They also have a small selection of...More
Took my husband for Farhters day to Carvers and enjoyed it food was very good and the kids love to play in the big trees.
We have a regular "Friday Beer Group" meeting and went to Carvers this time round. Cold beers are served in a small very cosy pub area, with bar chairs fit for midgets or people with very short legs! Nevertheless, the fireplace made up for this!...More