Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Lunch at Dunes, Hout Bay

On Sunday, we had to drive through to Constantia to deliver an order to a client, so we decided to go and have lunch at Dunes in Hout Bay. We have often written about this beach -side cafe restaurant because of its wonderful location, view and rather tempting and simple food. They do really good fish and calamari and, this time, we discovered that they also do good hamburgers. They all go with good draught lager and the wine list isn’t shabby either.
The view from Dunes of Hout Bay beach and Chapman’s Peak
A dozen deep sea oysters from the West Coast cost R18 each. Expensive, but worth it, was the verdict of our two internationally experienced oyster addicts
A light Chicken salad followed for one of the oyster eaters
Crisp calamari with chips and some roasted vegetables. The tartar sauce, sadly, still has too much mustard in it. The calamari was fresh and perfectly cooked
Good beef hamburgers with a creamy peppercorn sauce
Two  gulls eyeing our lunch
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