my wife still raves about the 3-egg omelette folded and filled with bacon, mushroom, cheese, peppers etc. i opted for the wild boar pie, without realising that the other side of the farm stall that we visited afterwards had a bakery making pies of all types plus the roosterbrood (a local rough break sized between a roll and a small loaf) that came with her meal plus other nose-tickling goodies.
the ginger beer was home-brewed, with a good kick. coupled with generous salads this was a most surprising pit stop along an otherwise almost foodless stretch of road.
and judging by the people milling around the extensive farm stall side, it's THE place for locals to stock up.
so don't be put off by the rasher bleak-looking cafe side. sit down (inside or outside) and enjoy.
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