Food- excellent Service- impeccable and friendly Ambiance - Fantastic Alfie was the perfect host and he is a pleasant conversationalist and and efficient yet effective manager
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Second time in as many weeks going for dinner at the Mariners Wharf. The food was amazing both times. Their mussels are some of the best I've ever had. The service was great, the second night especially. Our waiters name was Tinashe, he was very...More
Sitting on the deck, overloocking the strand (sometimes to many poor children in sight, but that is not their falt....) and having one of the best seafood you will have! Specially the catch of the day or only the hake with chips, for us again...More
Dear "weberted" Thank you for the lovely review. After 33 years in operation and after 17 years since your last visit, it is good to hear that we have maintained our high standards and "stood the test of time" !
We were four adults and one toddler of 18 months. We ordered a take-away and was served by Elgita. She was friendly and helpful. We ordered Hake, Snoek, Calamari and chips. Boy oh boy delicious. Finger licking good. Highly recommended and I will go back...
Our service was spectacular; and our server Ben was absolutely amazing, and the food was beautiful! He recommended the king klip with prawns - garlic butter, lemon butter, and fried - they were all so AMAZING! We couldn't have asked for a better evening! Just...More
Very nice setting and view of Hout Bay.Vibe was great and restaurant was busy.Meals were nice .We order Baby Kingklip which was the special for the day and added a portion of calamari.Obviously not something on the menu so we asked the waiter what the...More
Gareth G I have investigated and have found out who the waitron is. He was clearly trying to please you and giving you what you want but also "up-selling" incorrectly for which we apologise. You had a Baby Kingklip (which is an excellent product) and...More
Mariners Wharf has become synonymous with Hout Bay and its almost impossible to imagine what the village was like before it opened (I do remember though.....and it was what the brochure said, a sleepy fishing village). It predates the V&A Waterfront development and it introduced...More