We really had a pleasant dinner. Good service, nice atmosphere, good food. The food is well presented. And very tasty. And then you can go and see a show afterwards.
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The Cafe Beyrits is one of many eating places in the Lynnwood Bridge Shopping Centre, but one of the best. Liked their very different menu for breakfass and the combinations on offer. The Brits Express and the Traditionalist stands out. The coffee is excellent. Friendly...More
Best restaurant at the Lynnwood Ridge mall. One of the four restaurants we regularly use in Pretoria. Small menu but well prepared. Service sometimes a bit spotty, but not too much. Good winelist.
Café Beyritz is located at the trendy Lynnwood Bridge. The complex comprises of a range of eateries and shopping ventures. Opening/ free parking is available but fairly limited. Basement parking is available. Kids would enjoy playing the architectural fountains. My colleagues and I were due...More
food option was varied and delicious....table was spacious ...staff very helpful...definitely will visit again
We ordered all the tapas which we shared which was very good. The calamari was delicious as were the meatballs and artichokes. Well worth having a shared meal where one can eat a little bit of a lot of dishes. The wine list was good...More
We made an impromptu decision to have dinner before going to the theater. The service was good and the starter (deboned rib kebab and pear and Gorgonzola salad) was absolutely delicious! The main course was lamb curry and pork cutlets. My wife thoroughly enjoyed the...More
We arrived on a Wednesday night and could only attract the attention of our waiter after 30min. Throughout the evening a lot of time was spent trying to attract the attention of your waiter , luckily the manager took pity on us and our evening...More
We went without knowing what to expect. The place looks really nice but the proof as they say is in the eating. A small selection of food and wine makes choosing something surprisingly difficult. The meals were okay, wine okay but the horror was the...More