Had dinner at Nguni while staying in Plettenberg and enjoyed it so much we went back the following week. Really enjoyed the Bobotie Spring Rolls and the Springbok Loin was amazing. Will definitely be back.
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Going to Nguni Restaurant, one is cordially greeted in the low, quaint entrance: this is, after all, one of Plett's oldest buildings! Seating at Nguni is inside or outside, as one prefers. In winter it is cosy inside. Meals are of a better quality and...More
Great food in a cosy corner (suspect it's nicer outside but it was a rainy August night so we sat by the fire)
A lovely experience - pretty table setting, great food, good friendly service and lovely sitting outside
We went there as part of the Food and Film Festival event and whilst the venue and everything around the film was very special (with the main character that played in the film 48 years ago and with her daughter that performed the theme song...More
Nguni was recommended to us and we were very pleased we went. The food was outstanding and the service friendly and very helpful. Booking is necessary.
We had dinner with two people, my 24 year old daughter and myself, and it was as near as perfect as it can get. My Springbook filet medium rare was exactly as I had ordered in a reasonably quick time ( no 2 min microwave...More