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Feast is a hidden gem in the Free State. Considering it’s housed at De Oude Kraal, a sixth generation Merino sheep farm, most of the dishes on Feast’s menu features lamb. Kids will love nibbling on one of the crunchy pizzas or the lamb patty burger stuffed with mozzarella and covered in sweet tomato jam and bacon. Sage advice for Mom and Dad: make sure you go hungry, because you simply have to finish every last delicious bite of the slow-braised lamb neck served atop samp with dessert-like sweet potatoes and better-than-your-ouma’s creamed spinach (as well as fresh Greek salad and hand-sliced potato chips).
Rest awhile before you choose – and you really must do it – from the large dessert menu. The baked cheesecake and the brownies are both truly decadent.
There are two craft beers on tap, as well as several bottled ones from breweries, including CBC. The moreish banana-caramel and dark chocolate milkshakes are sure to put a smile on the faces of the younger ones (or the older sweet-toothed ones). The wine list features many award-winning wines from across the country.
Prompt service with a smile.
Choose between the large stoep that overlooks the dam, the elegant dining area, or the leather couches in front of the fireplace.
Although Feast is a small drive outside Bloemfontein, it’s well worth it for the scrumptious meals at affordable prices. Feast also offers a buffet on Sundays, when you can enjoy a host of old-fashioned farm-style dishes.
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