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Napier Farm Stall & Restaurant

5 Reviews
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Health food, Seafood, South African
Phone Number 0284233440 Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 8am to 4pm

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Menu

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Details

Cost
R80 avg main meal
Food
Bakery fare, Bistro fare, Health food, Seafood, South African
Corkage
No Charge
Cost
R80 avg main meal
Ambience
Local cuisine, Quick meals
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Accommodation, Alfresco, Child friendly, Functions, Licensed, Parking, Smoking, Takeaways, Vegetarian, Wheelchair

Owner's description

At the quaint Napier Farmstall and Restaurant, enjoy hearty country fare in the cosy 150-year old building with its vine-covered stoep, or simply browse the selection of homemade treats – including home-baked bread, cakes, preserves and sauces – for something special to take home.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    What a great place to sit and relax ... but in my case it was to have an intimate breakfast with a friend the one day, and the next (YES, I returned very soon) was to have a business meeting. The sunrise breakfast is a lovely way to start the day off - or one could go for more generous Black Pa Breakfast or just sample the tasty array of cakes and pies among a whole host of other fare! They were even able accommodate my request for decaf Americano with pouring cream - something I find too many places aren't able to supply.
    Attentive and engaged service, wonderful ambience, superb food made with love and care. Our fish cakes with salad were sublime as was the pan breakfast and the home made pies were polished. All round great value for money!

    I would like to thank Ilze for her wonderful hospitality at the guest farm and for introducing me to her 'black pan' breakfast.
    The Napier Farmstall is a must on a road safari and should be included in every visitor/tourist itinerary.
    My purchases at the farmstall included the eggs from the free range chickens I had hand fed with corn the day before. What an experience. I hope the hen sitting on her eggs has hatched them by now. I was so looking forward to seeing her chick, but alas, she was not working to my time schedule. Thank you for a wonderful stay and hope to see you again next year.

    This little place surprised us. We were on our way back from Arniston and decided to stop here for breakfast only to stumble on a free pastry tasting where a passionate bunch were munching on chocolate croissants with fresh coffee. Foodie heaven! In the farmstall itself we were greeted by wafts of chicken roasting with rosemary. Ilze, the owner of this magical establishment came over to our table to explain what the black pan breakfst was. Well you know what they say about expectations being the mother of all stuff ups but this breakfast lived up to it. Add to that a violin player in the background and what you have is a real gem in the middle of nowhere. We will definitely be back.
    Road-side farm stall, quirkily decorated with old bikes, tin cans and postboxes, with a little shop selling merengues, sugar on sticks, bags of sweets (slightly sweaty on hot days) and home-made jams. The food at the restaurant, though, is not worth coming back for. An over-priced R70 fish cake lunch salad should not come with chewy, obviously microwave re-heated fish cakes and moldy tomotoes in the salad. The live jazz musician makes up for the road-side noises.

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