We visited The Highlander during the Natuonal Arts Festival. We waited very very long for our food - so dont come hungry... the atmosphere is warm though.
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I recently went to the Highlander for breakfast with both family and friends. My favourite is always softly scrambled eggs, and I have found a new favourite restaurant to serve them. The eggs were done to perfection and the mushrooms were perfectly prepared. My only...More
the new bar downstairs is really nicely done up...old farm style with lots of open space, warm and relaxing...very impressed
A lovely family restaurant on the edge of town, away from the hustle, yet not quiet. They had a great buffet dinner special offer for the NAF and we made good use of this offer. The venue is something different with heaters for those chilly...More
Everything about this place was unfortunately a real let down. From service to accommodation. Service was terribly slow. We eventually had to call a waitress for a menu, call her to order then call her again for more drinks, then again for the bill. Accommodation...More
Recently visited as part of K Day. Had a good time - chilled place. The wood fire enhanced the ambience. Menu also has other good dishes that were tasty.
we frequent this establishment quiet often when in Grahamstown and the pizzas are a winner.... the staff are very friendly and make you feel at home ...
We, as a group of nearly 30, arranged to have the Long Room (spot the cricket link) for our final meal together in South Africa. Food was good, service was too. The bar, surprisingly for a place with this name, has no single malt whisky....More
This Club has now extended it hours from my last visit. Food is tasty , wife had Pizza and really enjoyed the thin crust and tasty toppings . We frequented it over the long weekend several times and at times it was really buzzing and...More