Hook Line and Sinker is a small rustic seafood restaurant. Always fresh fish available with the menu only existing of what is brought in fresh that day.
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Situated in Pringle Bay, you will be extremely fortunate to find a table available over weekends and in season at this rustic eatery serving line fish and seafood. Chefs Carl and Jacqui, offer only the finest fresh line fish and crustaceans, cooked on an open fire, a treat to watch. The menu is seasonal, and is dependent on the variety of seafood available. On any given day a mixed platter may include seared tuna, Cajun grilled calamari, fried monkfish with green peppercorn sauce and wild Mozambique prawns. An assortment of good wines to choose from, and what better way to finish off a meal than with a Creme Brulee . A definite must for lovers of fish simply prepared over an open fire. And lets not forget the carnivores; they offer tender and succulent steaks on Sunday and Wednesday nights; these 2 nights of the week the menu is limited to prawns or steak.
Trading days & nights: Note: they do not operate as a traditional restaurant accepting walk ins. All by prior reservation only. Maximum seating allotment is 26 people
Dinner: Monday – Sunday night from 19h00 to 20h00
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: Seafood a la carte menu
Wednesdays & Sundays: Steak and Prawns
Lunch: Tuesday – Saturday; beer battered hake and chips served on newspaper, Sunday: Seafood a la carte menu. Kitchen opens at 12h00 sharp.
The Expedition Project is a social enterprise! Please use the enquiry form below – by doing so you are supporting both this partner and nearby community and conservation projects at no extra cost. You will also get access to similar projects, accommodation discounts and special offers.
Tel: 028 2738688 (Ask for Jacqui)