Posted in Cape Town - Things to see & do, Family Life

We visit The Farmyard Farmstall


Situated opposite the Duynefontein turn off on the R27 our favourite Farmstall has relocated and set up bigger, better and with a fabulous farmstyle menu just waiting for you to enjoy.



This little restaurant, farmstall and party space truly tugs at my country girl heart.

From being greeted with wine barrels and haybales to finding the cutest scarecrow at the door inviting you into a world of homemade treats and delights.


This little farmstall has been in operation for 20 years and are still supplied by some of their first suppliers.

The homemade breads, jams and preserves are always fresh and of a good quality.


They also offer a loyalty program through their app.

Now you can enjoy yummolicious rewards for buying your daily bread.


The grounds are fully fenced and I personally felt a lot more relaxed here with Hamish than at the last property as I was able to sit and watch him whilst he explored.


There’s a sturdy jungle gym, little black bikes to ride, a jumping castle and the magic of pulling off your child’s shoes and letting the be free to play outdoors.

And it wouldn’t be a farm without animals.

The enclosed duck pond ensures any small children are still safe to explore and older children can enjoy the ducks inside their area.

Hamish took some time to have a little chat to the duck family.

Your child can also feed the free range chickens that stroll around clucking at you whilst you enjoy your meal.

An enamel cup of chicken feed will cost you R5. Please take some coins with when visiting to enable you to use the vending machine.


Hamish was totally mesmerised by the gentle hens and smiley the rescue dog


The home cooked meals will take you back to grandma’s kitchen as you tuck into the deliciously presented meals.

Pricing is good and the kiddies menu is large enough to cater for even the fussiest eater.


So the next time you are looking for a wholesome day out head to the Farmyard Farmstall.



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Photos ( Farmyard farmstall and Fun mamma SA)

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