After eight (8) days in the Ramsgate area of the East Shore of South Africa, which has some of the most beautiful sand and rock beaches with tidal pools and small slot canyons, I and friends have managed to dine or sip wine at the Burlesque Cafe only about eight (8) times. During the day, seated at one of the tables in the shaded outdoor garden, one can enjoy the ocean breezes. But at night, or during the day if one so wishes, fresh roses, French portraits, and that exquisite wine accompanies a very romantic dinner setting. The food is outstanding for a champaign brunch or a luscious dinner -- including their vegetarian selections and their great desserts. The staff are just plain sweet -- and always helpful for the first-time visitor. The wifi is consistent and strong -- which, for the combined pleasure and business traveler like me, is a wonderful resource in and of itself. Upstairs seating is available for larger groups; a few local craft items are available in-cafe; an antique store is next door for those so inclined; and a couple of doors down in the other direction is an outstanding art gallery. What more could one ask -- especially at prices that at least this US citizen couldn't believe even the minimal ingredients would cost -- and the intimate Burlesque Cafe ONLY does things on a grand scale.