This is definitely not your average tea room, and well worth a visit if you are planning a trip to the Clanwilliam area. It is situated in the same attractive building as Emil's Place (which is a treasure trove of exciting gifts and interesting products) and visitors cannot fail to be impressed with the attention to detail of this classy tea room. Decorated in shades of blue and gold the interior is eye-catching and elegant and harmonises perfectly with the comfortable wooden furniture and high ceiling.
The tea room is fortunate to have a large shady patio complete with palm trees and umbrellas which overlooks a beautifully maintained colourful garden. It is a delightful venue for those who enjoy al fresco dining with the majestic mountains forming an impressive backdrop. Staff are friendly and attentive and strive to provide the best of country hospitality in a charming environment.
The menu offers a variety of light meals and refreshments including salads, toasted sandwiches and freshly baked cakes. There is also a specials board which always features a couple of more substantial dishes like Bobotie, Chicken and Broccoli Tart, and Nancy's Burger (definitely a recommendation). Despite the generous portions, prices are remarkably reasonable and it is certainly one of those establishments which will beckon you to return.
Driving on the N7 take the turnoff onto the R364. Follow the road into town and turn right into Main Road. You will find us on your left just after the first road to your left.
-32° 10' 45.64''
18° 53' 37.32''
33 Hoof Street
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Monday - Friday: 08:30 - 16:30
Saturday: 08:30 - 14:00