On our recent trip we had quite a few meals during the day at various camps and with the standardised menu's one knows beforehand exactly what to order.
We mainly had toasted sandwiches, the pies, etc
I noted that Lower Sabie was upgrading the take-away section and it looked very much like it was going to be one of the self service type areas, where they have a railing that one slides your tray around, sure it must be completed by now, and I would be interested to see what it is like.
All the toasted sandwiches now come on a skewer with 3 slices of bread and chips which I find too much for me during the day, but they were all nicely presented with a sprig of rosemary on each plate!
We had a perfectly acceptable bacon and egg breakfast at Mopani and we were quite a large group of 5 adults and 2 children.
Olifants, what can I say, I hardly noticed what I was eating due to that stunning view!
I do recall the LO's having some chicken nuggets and chips and a good milk shake which they seemed to enjoy.
Think my SO had a steak egg and chips meal which he didn't seem to have any complaints about.
We also had lunch at Letaba and again, no specific complaints, some of our group shared a pizza and seemed very happy.
Also a plate of fish and chips was polished off.
We didn't eat a meal at Shingwedzi but did go one evening pre dinner to have some of their fun named cocktails and were surprised to learn that they no longer do them.
They were not cheap so to my mind a big revenue loss.
I recall the burgers at Skukuza some of our group had in Feb did not look at all appetising at all, but not being a burger person I cannot comment further other than I would not have enjoyed eating them and my tomato and cheese toasted sarmie looked the better option.
I also recall Jock saying that the one day 3 of them shared a divine piece of chocolate cake at Skukuza so for any sweet toothed mites I can give that a