A small & intimate restaurant offering delicious pizzas & pastas & more. Reservations advisable....it gets busy.
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For vegetarians, this place is a very good choice when in Knysna. The owner is very friendly and so is the staff. The food was also very good and at a very good price. Definitely recommend this restaurant.
It was difficult to choose a restaurant between the couples and eventually we decided on Italian - Café Mario was rated the best Italian place in Knysna so we went there. The restaurant was quite full but they made place for us - 1st impressions...More
Cafe Mario is a busy restaurant, so it's best to book ahead. It is child friendly, with great food. The pizza was great and the milkshakes were yummy too! Service was a little slow, but overall the experience was good!
Getting seated was not a problem, ordered a pita bread for starters which took longer then it should have, but when it did arrive wasn't bad at all. We decided on a pasta and the veal marsala and while the wait was less on these...More
We fancied a break from seafood and steak so went for a pizza at Marios after a recommendation from a local resident in the marina village. Excellent pizzas and great ambience in a small, cosy restaurant. We had to ask to be moved from the...More
We squeezed into this quaint seaside café with meager expectations and left very pleased. It's a charming spot with whimsical art on the walls and a fun ambience. The menu is classic Italian, and we ordered pizzas and the "dinner special," a pasta dish featuring...More
Cafe Mario is very small..... I think it only has about 15 tables so booking for dinner is essential. We ordered the Caprese Tricolore which was served with proper Buffalo Mozzarella and thin based pizza. It is situated right on the Quays and a stones...More
We visited the restaurant on the first night of our stay after arriving relatively late, but we were surprised by the delicious pizza and pasta, so much so that we came back the next day to get a takeaway. Definitely worth a visit, although be...More