San Remo Spur

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Main course (average): R60

Restaurant Address: San Remo Spur ()
Waterkant Building Main Road

Open: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Daily 09:00 - 22:30

Info about San Remo Spur

Restaurant Description:

For over 40 years, Spur Steak Ranches have been part of the South African family.

It all began in 1967, when founder and executive chairman, Allen Ambor, invested R4000 to open the Golden Spur in Newlands, Cape Town. It fast developed a reputation for tasty, nutritious, value-for-money meals. (A Spur burger cost just 40 cents in those days.)
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For over 40 years, Spur Steak Ranches have been part of the South African family.

It all began in 1967, when founder and executive chairman, Allen Ambor, invested R4000 to open the Golden Spur in Newlands, Cape Town. It fast developed a reputation for tasty, nutritious, value-for-money meals. (A Spur burger cost just 40 cents in those days.)

From these early beginnings, Spur has grown into an internationally recognised brand with over 237 local and 28 international restaurants. You?ll even find a Spur in the United Kingdom, Australia and Mauritius.

So what's our winning recipe? Well, we start with a warm, relaxed, family-friendly environment. We add generous portions of great tasting food, and a hearty helping of quality.


Ambiance: Family friendly

Licensed: Yes

Facilities

Reviews for San Remo Spur1 review

Average rating

5.0 / 5.0

1 reviews

Great food and service

Evenchia Marais

"On our way to Hermanus, 14 of us stopped for breakfast and late afternoon we stopped again for supper on our way back to CT. Great food and service and very cute manager was an ad..." Read more "On our way to Hermanus, 14 of us stopped for breakfast and late afternoon we stopped again for supper on our way back to CT. Great food and service and very cute manager was an added bonus. "



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