Along the famous Route 62 lies the friendly village of Barrydale. While driving through this friendly village, you will find it hard to miss the Country Pumpkin Farmstall, with its bright orange exterior.
This restaurant and farm market has become a popular stop-over for those travelling to the area. It offers a wide selection or organic products, from teas and oils to homemade soaps and dried fruits, the selections are endless!
COUNTRY PUMPKIN HAS A WIDE RANGE OF HOMEMADE GOODS
Their homemade ginger biscuits and coffee rusks are a staple favourite for returning visitors, and their honey is pure and well-priced.
Included with their handmade soaps is their fynbos hand cream, which has become a very popular product with the ladies.
As part of their skincare range, Country Pumpkin stocks some Aloe Ferox products. These products range from aloe-infused items such as juice, gel, moisturisers, cleansers, bitters, sunblock, lip balms as well as bath and shower items such as shower gel, bath gel and body lotions.
They also stock some interesting local South African drinks, from Ports to Witblitz, and even do the tasting themselves.
COUNTRY PUMPKIN SERVES UP GREAT FOOD
Should you be in the mood for a hearty South African meal, you can rest your feet at the Country Pumpkin restaurant. The restaurant has a laid back atmosphere and their friendly staff provide prompt excellent service.
The restaurant has a wide variety on offer, which includes hearty breakfasts and light lunches. The menu boasts delicious choices such as traditional Karoo lamb curries, Cape Malay Bobotie, Chicken Pot Pie and Venison dishes.
Their Sunday Roast is widely popular and often brings in a crowd eager to get a taste of their roast lamb, pork and vegetables as well as other delectable selections.
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