Situated on the N2 in Grabouw is the Peregrine Farm Stall Café. The natural extension from the farm stall has led to an eatery worth driving to. The menu is seasonal and we prefer going there for breakfast.
Peregrine Farm Stall Café
I try and choose something different for breakfast each time we go there and on this visit I went for the Salmon Bloom (R87). The croissant was perfect and generously filled with scrambled eggs. The smoked salmon trout was served on the side together with capers and roasted tomatoes. Dave had the Peregrine Poach (R52) with a side order of bacon (R18). His eggs were perfectly poached and I could smell the basil pesto from where I was sitting.
The Pollinator (R65) is a yoghurt based breakfast served with toasted granola and seasonal fruit and looks amazing. We have not tried this, but friends order it every time they go there. We have also had the Eggs Benedict (R79) and most recently just popped in for espressi (R22) and croissants.
Service and More
The owners are always there, working to make sure guests are happy. We have found the service to be good and the waiting time fair. I would suggest you make a booking as they are a popular stop. Contact them on +27 21 848 9011
Shopping After Your Meal
I set aside enough time after breakfast to do some shopping. Peregrine Farm Stall is well known locally for their pies. Not only savoury but sweet. My all-time favourite is their pecan nut pie. And when it comes to bread, their mossbolletjies are fantastic. Being situated in apple growing country, you will find seasonal apples, varieties of which you might not find in stores. But, my main reason to shop there is for waterblommetjies. These seasonal pond flowers are rain dependant and not always available.