Established by owner, Sonia van Niekerk, the Desert Rose Farm Stall is a refreshing oasis on the N7, between Moorreesburg and Piketberg, just 60km outside of Cape Town.
Combining a farm stall, restaurant and gift shop, it has become a popular spot for long distance travelers in need of a leg-stretch and tea break as well as Capetonians wanting to get out of the city on an afternoon in search of fresh produce and the country air.
PLENTY TO ENJOY AT THE DESERT ROSE FARM STALL
Awaiting them is a choice of scrumptious sandwiches, quiches and delectable homemade burgers. Between meals, you can explore the gift shop, which is packed with handmade treasures and traditional treats.
On a hot summer’s day, you can enjoy a fruity ice tea on the veranda while the kids explore the outdoors and climb the jungle gym. Alternatively, you can indulge in a creamy cappuccino and freshly-baked treats on those cooler days.
For the collector, the Desert Rose Farm Stall has a range of homemade sauces, jams, traditional spices and biltong on offer.
Health conscious visitors also enjoy wholesome options on the menu like their Banting burger and fresh mix of salads.
If you are planning a celebration occasion, the Desert Rose also offers picture-perfect backdrop for birthdays, stork parties, kitchen teas, work and year-end functions.
Whether it’s a sit-down gathering or relaxed outdoor event, the Desert Rose is a great destination for country escapes.
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