Food and drink
You'll find comfort grub with a contemporary and utterly unpretentious slant here - think gourmet sandwiches, a pasta of the day and a hearty curries. Easy drinking wines are on the wine list.
For breakfast try the filled-to-the-brim farmer's omelette or a bowl of warm honeyed oats if it's chilly. I'm a fan of the Asian noodle salad but I'm partial to the giant burger too.
This is a lively spot where parents come to reclaim their sanity and kids run free. Family run, the commitment to marrying a laid-back atmosphere with efficiency is exemplary.
The le Roux's have empowered many local community members and their enthusiasm is palpable.
In Noordhoek Farm Village, a local shopping, eating and hotel precinct in rural surrounds.
Average main courses are 75 rand.
Tables to book
The outside terrace is the place to be in the summer months - book a table if you're thinking of coming down for weekend lunch.
A sister eatery, The Toad in the Village is a smart pub serving pizza and robust eats.
- Families with younger children
- Live entertainment
- People watching
- No fuss