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Shop 1, Royalyard Park, 1 - 9 Jacobus Smit Ave, Royldene, Kimberley, 8301
Monday : 7am-9:30pm
Tuesday : 7am-9:30pm
Wednesday : 7am-9:30pm
Thursday : 7am-9:30pm
Friday : 7am-10pm
Saturday : 7am-10pm
Sunday : 7am-9pm
Public Holidays : 7am-9pm
Christmas : 7am-4pm
I was served by a very polite,kind,lovely lady by a name of Kelly nice serve keep up the good job
- Gaonakala Motlhanke | 09 October 2017
Ons kos was uitstekend en die diens was PUIK.Het nog altyd my etes by Spur geniet.
- Hester Fourie Olckers | 24 September 2017
Very friendly staff and also disabled-friendly restaurant. Our food was excellent and the fact that it is so easy to take my physically handicapped sister there is a great bonus. Thank you. Babsie Corns
- Elda Mathilda Corns | 13 September 2017
As Spur was just about right next to our B&B, we had several meals there again this year on our Kimberley visit and once again were bowled over by the lovely friendly and super staff. Not one...
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- Shepooh | 14 August 2017
Good chain of restaurants with plenty of menu choice at reasonable prices. Quite busy as next to large hotel so difficult to get parking
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- Michael N | 17 April 2017
OK, I know it's a Spur. It's not Myoga at the Vineyard Hotel in Claremont. Or even Nelson's Eye in Cape Town. (Both must visits.)
So I entered The Choctaw Spur in Kimberley with a fair amount of pre-programmed forgiveness, given my high state of hunger, and the memories of the Spur in Gallo Manor in Sandton, which weren't all entirely unpleasant.
Sadly I needed to take the forgiveness down to a new level of WTF-ness. Kimberley seems to be Spur crazy, the nearest two restaurants to where I was staying overnight both being Spurs.
The welcome was pleasant enough, a smiling waitress leading me to the table in a reletavely busy, predicatble interior, considering it was a Tuesday night. The menu was appropriately 1996, so no surprises there. A beer and a double hungabusta burger with pepper sauce and chips seemed a safe choice.
Wrong. The burger patties were - like the menu - from 1996: processed, grey, and plastic. The chips were soggy and lifeless. The patron was disillusioned.
Really, Spur? You couldn't even get a burger and chips right?
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- Eliot P | 18 January 2017
Bring yourself, as well as the people you love most, down to the Choctaw Spur family restaurant in Royal Glen for a simply unforgettable dining experience. Choose from a wide variety of meals including Spur-sized portions of cheddamelt steaks, cheesy nachos as well as our famous racks of ribs and diverse range of famous burgers.
Our kitchen staff work incredibly hard to provide patrons with all of the famous dishes on our menu; this ensures that you receive the flavours and textures that have truly withstood the test of time. The attractively themed dining section enables us to handle any crowd; from families enjoying dinner to kids’ birthday parties. Our friendly waitrons and managers are also always on hand to quickly and effectively deal with any queries you may have.
The Play Canyon here at our Choctaw Spur restaurant in Royal Glen is a part of our great commitment to family dining. In this special area, your kids can safely partake in a number of activities, while parents can enjoy this convenience over their wonderful meals and hearty conversation.
At our Spur in Royal Glen we also maintain the following amenities to ensure great times for all patrons:
·Facilities for the disabled
Come on down and visit the Choctaw Spur family restaurant in Royal Glen and find out exactly why we have become the best choice for so many South African families. Our unique approach to family dining continues to keep new and familiar faces fully satisfied and always looking forward to come again.