Stopped at this charming village twice on my trip down the N2. First time I had lunch at Cafe d'Afrique. We sat outside near the organic garden on comfy couches. We tried their famous savory pies. I had the chicken, and my companions had the duck/cherry and venison pies. We finished off the meal with a slice of to-die-for cheesecake. The service was friendly and the food was fantastic. After that, we strolled around the village and stopped into the wine store, where the knowledgeable owner led us around the shop to some fantastic finds and an extensive organic wine selection. The next visit included a stop at a fantastic oyster bar serving fresh, beautiful oysters (the two guys serving are great fun!), followed by brunch at Zucchini. The chef greeted us with a warm smile, gave us some fantastic recommendations, and we sat on their huge deck overlooking the village enjoying our fresh and creative meals. We topped off the meal with a decadent malva pudding. Overall, the atmosphere was wonderful. The village gives off a positive vibe that is great for families, couples, and the solo adventurer looking for a unique spot along the Garden Route. You must go there before the rest of the world catches on!
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