A wonderful ploughman's lunch at a lovely local spot...an extensive menu with great choices and the staff are extremely friendly!
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Unfortunately we did not have the opportunity to sample the food but we did visit the curio shop attached to the restaurant. It is a pleasant change from the endless curios that have no variation in the area. The flying angels are absolutely beautiful and...More
Normally the Wild Fig Tree is a quick coffee stop on our Panorama Route tour, but this time we decided to stop here for breakfast on our way to the Sabi Sands. Well it was to have been breakfast, but the pancakes looked delicious we...More
Hi Thank you for taking the time to post a review.I hope you enjoyed your stay at Sabi Sands and please stop by again when you pass through Sabie. Regards Gavin and Karin
Steak in here is the best in the land. my good lady had Kudo and it was so tender. Place is charming. Could not fault one bit.
Hi Derek Thanks for the compliments.We source the best possible meat and our kitchen are very talented. We are indeed very fortunate. Regards Gavin and Karin
We visited the restaurant over the Easter holidays. Food was interesting with a diverse choice. Between the seven of us we had 4 meals that were tasty and three that were ok. The venue is quaint, the staff friendly and helpful. Overall we had a...More
Interesting choice of food, including Crocodile and Kudu. The Kudu was wonderfully cooked and we will visit again.More
Hi We are pleased you enjoyed your meal.We are fortunate to have top quality game available throughout the year and our crocodile supplier is a friend of the family. Please come and try the new dishes on our blackboard when you visit Sabie again! See...More
We were 9 people for supper. The food was really great. One of the better restaurants in Sabie. Service was also very good and the owners are there to keep an eye on everything.
Thanks for the compliment ! We try our very best and usually customers are happy and return regularly when they are in the area. Please when you pass through Sabie pop in for another visit. Regards Karin
Pancake was good. Coffee and tea did not impress, although my husband's coffee (also a regular cappuccino) tasted a lot better than mine.More
Hi Generally we receive compliments for our coffee.The Sabie Valley Coffee has supplied us and many other restaurants and hotels in the area with coffee for over 20 years. They are local producers and we believe in supporting local farmers . Perhaps it was the...More
Passing Sabie we have often stopped at The Wild Fig Tree; snacks, meals, clean, friendly, exhibiting a small collection of local handicrafts, it is a great place for a break. Prices are moderate and service is overall good; otherwise, call the owner who is usually...More
The Wild Fig Tree is our go-to restaurant for dinner, when we are in Sabie, on our way to Kruger. The food is always great and interesting. Their menu is extensive and their daily specials board is always full of unique and regional foods. The...More