Nice restaurant with a large selection of dishes. More expensive than other restaurant in Mossel Bay.
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Once again we were extremely satisfied! Excellent food, and Nanna our waitress was outstanding! Our UK friends were very impressed....well done again and please keep up the fantastic work!
Great ambience with lots of fishy choices. Good service, well presented and tasty food. Lovely location with glimpses of Mossel Bay
Absolutely delicious. Hubby and I shared sushi platter and our friends had sole with stir fried veg. Beautiful day, slight breeze and we opted to sit outside under the freeform tent. Fantasticly knowledgeable, attentive and friendly waitron Daniel. Well done Daniel and Cafè Gannet. We...More
Dinner for 2 at Cafe Gannet did not disappoint. Our friendly Watson, Jarryd, was attentive but not intrusive. We both had the seafood casserole. Oh my word, delicious!!! Paired with a beautiful bottle of perfectly chilled Boschkloof sauvignon blanc, a truly memorable eating experience.
Booked for 7.30pm but ladies not ready so had to postpone to 8.00pm by which time the Kingklip and home made tagliatelle had all gone. Having said that we really did enjoy our meals and have booked again for tonight and pre-ordered three dishes.
On a balmy November evening, my wife and I decided to grab a drink and something light to eat at Cafe Gannet. Even though we have been longtime patrons of The Gannet, we haven’t been back there in more than six months. The place was...More
The food was excellent !! The restaurant it self is really beautiful and well organized! We ate the sushi which was amazing by the way and a must, they accidentally brought us the wrong sashimi (tuna instead of salmon) but we didn’t mind because we...More
We booked a table with the team last year for Xmas and our expectations were exceeded in every way. My parents-in-law normally slave over the preporation of food at Hartenbosch camping terrain (year after year) and I always wanted to treat them for a nice...More
Don't be misled by the name Cafe Gannet. It is no ordinary café, but a first class restaurant located at the historical 'Post Tree' of Mossel Bay. Situated almost on the coast line it offers the blue view of the Indian ocean, wide open spaces...More