Finebush Farm

Farmstalls Tsitsikamma the Garden Route

The Fine Bush Country Kitchen offers slow cooked homemade food and bakes. Fresh bread is baked daily and their salads are from the garden. Picked, washed and served fresh and crisp.

Home cooked food, slow cooking restaurants Tsitsikamma the Garden Route

Specialities include the Lemon curd or chocolate Cheesecakes, decadent Chocolate cake, Milktart and Brownies with your tea or filter coffee.

Home baked breads, tarts and cakes Tsitsikamma
The lunch menu with open sandwiches, good old fashioned toasties, a variety of cheese platters, and specials each.

Homemade farm style pies Tsitsikamma

Breakfast includes Rob’s Special Oats Porridge to Bacon and Eggs and their signature Welsh Rarebits.

It is a slow food venue. So sit back, relax and enjoy the experience!
Slow food, home cooking in Tsitsikamma

Submitted by Shaun van Eck Knysna Toursism Coach

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From the frying pan

seafood Knysna
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The Oyster Catcher

The Oyster Catcher has been taken over by Seafood Safari. And I suspect there will be  a big changes down at the waters edge. Changes which are long overdue. And hopefully an informal seafood snack bar where one can enjoy oysters in Knysna and watch the sun setting over the lagoon.

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Fravio Muffin Batter

Fravio muffin batter distributors supply frozen muffin batter in Knysna which allows you to snip, pipe and bake. And in twenty minutes you have a tray of delicious fresh out of the oven muffins. They supply eight variants ranging from Blueberry to Orange Burst. They also do frozen waffles and a dry pancake mix in 1kg packs.

For more info Contact Mark 0768165611

http://www.mrmuffin.co.za

 

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Early Bird Breakfasts

I had to do an early morning delivery and found myself trawling for that first cup of coffee. Chaplins in Woodmill Lane and the Wimpy looked like my best options. They open around 7am.  But I was still a little too early. They are followed by Savannah who are also in Woodmill, Mon Petit Pain in Gray and Mario’s at the Waterfront who all open at 7.30.

Which leaves me wondering whether there isn’t an opportunity for a smaller coffee shop to cater for the early risers. Why not an outrageous special to carve a niche and build brand loyalty? One could only try.

Sunday was 07h30 with Chaplins and Caffe Mario’s open with Savannah still  setting up. Wimpy opened I assume at eight.

 

 

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Pancake and Coffee House cinnamon pancakes

When was the last time you had cinnamon pancakes? Other than a few hours ago, my last taste of this delectable treat was at childhood. In a word ‘divine’…warm and sugary.

In Knysna you can have this treat, cooked to perfection, at the drop of your hat; a drop of your hat onto a cafe table that is. Where? At the new Café d’ Arté  in Oaks on Main to be exact.

Did you know cinnamon is good for your health, it contains calcium,  iron,  fiber, and quite a bit of vitamins C, K, and manganese.  So who says sweet treats are a no no.

Enjoy the warmth of the venue and the good health of the treat  at Café d’ Arté.

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Cafe Talk

Season has started early and Die Gieter has opened at Madiba’s Tide operating as a deli and bistro. Ffiago has opened an in-house coffee shop and I was happy to see a croissant with green figs and camenbert on the menu. Mug and Bean have down sized and moved to the Mall with the Savannah Cafe taking over in Woodmill Lane. The Knysna Lounge taken over the Swing Cafe and there are new owners at Coffee Connection.

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Old Gaol Coffee Shop

The Old Goal Coffee Shop is the kind of establishment that made Knysna the place that everyone wants to visit.  The warm, friendly, inviting, caring service, that tells you that it is not simply about the money. Joan remembers my name, and the fact that I split my cup of coffee, and that I like lots of hot milk, and she is aware, and appreciative, of the gratuity I leave with the “William.”(Bill).

I can eagerly recommend that anyone who enjoys a good cup of coffee, a home baked biscuit, and excellent, way above the norm, service, should make a point of regularly taking a turn at the Old Gaol.

Contributed by Peter Dijkstra who runs a business offering good wholesome home grown advice to investors looking for properties for sale in Knysna

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Cafe Talk

Mugg and Bean is apparantly moving to the new Mall which should be interesting. Thet are keeping the Woodmill Lane location going but are changing the name to Savannha Cafe. The Watermill has changed hands as has Mother Holly’s out at Millwood. The Niqua Choo Choo are packing it in after notice of a 525% increase in rent and Wordswoth Coffee has also closed.  Becca’s has opened where Lunar Cafe used to be and Trio have moved into Hettie’s old shop offering Halaal takeaways and a good curry. We are supposed to be getting a Scooters Pizzeria, Ronnie & Julians Fish and Chips is opening next to Spar and Wild Plum Cakes & Pasteries is opening up in Woodmill Lane near the Lifts. Finally new owners have started renovating Upstairs on Main, the Swing Cafe and a Big Dog Bikes pub above their showroom where Del Gustos use to be.

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Wine tasting

The Garden Route, South Africa’s sought after lifestyle and playground of the rich and famous now has its own wine district. You can enjoy cellar tours, local wines, cheese and wine tasting festivals and super feasting. From picking your own grapes at Jakkalsvlei in Herbertsdale to enjoying delectable tapas at Bramon. Living the good life just get better with our own wine route in the Garden Route.

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