The roosterkoek was nice. The chickens are cute, but the service was not up to standard. I expected more.
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An interesting shop almost in the middle of nowhere. Loads of gifts and little odds and ends for sale. Staff was very friendly and bought a few unique souvenirs for the house.
Awesome place to visit and eat some of there delicious food! Allot of travellers stop for there big lovely breakfast with the most wonderful coffee in a pot! Much to buy. Frozen pies, fresh baked bread. "Old" ginger brandy.
This is an interesting shop and restaurant with delicious home baked breads and cakes. Unfortunately our lunch of pickled fish was a little disappointing - the fish was tough and cooked in too much batter. But service was great from a host of friendly waiters.
I thought i would try them again after the 3rd culinary disappointment. Epic fail. I am a local and never had a good meal here. The venison pie is dry, not enough filling in their rooster brood and the toasted sarmies are not very tasty....More
On Christmas day - what a surprise. Wow, the friendly host told us, yes she has prepared extra Christmas dinner, we are so wellcome!!! Lovely food, tranquil surrounding, lovely food, can really recommend: Bella de Karoo Carol Barnard
Stayed over at Bella de Karoo for the night on our way down to Cape Town. We were made to feel very welcome and had a lovely dinner basket prepared to enjoy on the stoep with beautiful views. Roosterkoek, biltong, green fig and cream cheese...More
Stopped for a quick bite to eat that turned into a long drawn out lunch with good local wines! Fortunately I did not have to travel far. I was pleasantly surprise with the quality of the food - tried the dessert as well! There is...More
This is the nicest little eatery I have ever come across! The barnyard feel is complete with a resident chicken that runs around between the tables in the cafe, crackling fires, plenty of vintage model cars, and a jukebox. The outside is adorned with vintage...More