When left unattended and only fed rations of bland chicken and cardboard, teeth become indifferent – losing their lust for life, becoming blunt and penning morbid poetry in the corner of their room. Show your gnashers a good time with two whole grilled crayfish on a plate served with savoury rice and three different sauces at Harbour Lights Restaurant for R137.
The beautiful Harbour Lights Restaurant is set in the picturesque coastal village of Gordon’s Bay, nestled at the foot of the Hottentots Holland Mountains on the False Bay coast. This established food haven has been a favoured eatery and landmark in Gordon’s Bay since 1975. The premium restaurant specialises in the finest selection of seafood, as well as grills. Diners are guaranteed a memorable dining experience consisting of superb food, warm hospitality, unsurpassed views and an elegant classic ambience.
Previously, digging into succulent crayfish was only reserved for monarchs and Rockefellers; with this delicious seafood dish you can also eat like a king without having to usurp anyone using your light sabre. These tasty freshwater crustaceans are also extremely nutritious and will provide your previously morbid teeth with the perfect jolt to make them write romantic odes to you and tattoo your face on their bicep.
At this stylish restaurant, you will be able to savour every morsel of your dinner delight while gazing at the splendid sights across the harbour, soaking up the picturesque views of False Bay.Seafood fact: A fisherman realised he had gone slightly off course when he ended up wading in candy in the woods. When interviewed for the local news channel the man said he had suspected that his compass was faulty when he paddled and his ore hit a Gobstopper.