The best service I have had in a long time.
Quick prompt and friendly. They definitely know what they are doing.
Had beacon and eggs, toast was nice and thick, beacon was nice and crispy and the scrambled eggs where nice and creamy. Truly well done on every aspect.
Francious Du Toit
Out for Friday night dinner and we decided to go to this restaurant. The menu is Western, the service nice and the food everything the descriptors in the menu said it was. But, something was slightly off. The decor. Unusual to go with the name, it even came with a sombre meaning on one of the walls describing how the adzuki bean was named. Serious, but not necessary in my humble opinion.
Was with 12 others. Everyone was very happy with the food and service. Reasonably priced as well. Recommended.
No complaints about the food or service but when I went to pay they would not accept my entertainment book voucher stating it was New Year. However we were there on Jan 2nd which was not a public holiday so the voucher should have been allowed. Disappointing!
We have always liked Adzuki Bean and a big plus is it's Byo. We like our own choice of wine. The Morrocan lamb was excellent, other meals good except my venison pie. It came in a high, souffle container topped with mashed potato and covered with ( bought) pastry which was bordering on soggy. But more disappointing was the venison filling which was indistinguishable from the sauce/vegetables. It was a large container of overcooked mushiness. I had an excellent dessert of apple tartin which made up for the venison. Service was pleasant. The table made from a wagon wheel which was interesting.