Eating and Drinking in Karoo

African Relish

Prince Albert

Cooking tours

African Relish

African Relish is a recreational cooking school offering exclusive culinary vacations at their state of the art venue in Prince Albert where gourmet travellers and recreational cooks can experience true South African culinary culture. The all-inclusive packages offer wonderfully varied cooking experiences together with other Karoo activities such as star gazing, mountain biking and many more. It's difficult to think of a better way to experience the Karoo, its food and its people.

  • Contact: 34 Church St, Prince Albert
  • Tel: 023-541-1381
  • Fax: 023-541-1386
  • Cel: 082-3197031
  • Email: jeremy@africanrelish.com
  • Web: www.africanrelish.com
  • Updated: 31/01/2010

Prince Albert Country Store

Cafés/galleries

Prince Albert Country Store

William and Collen have opened up their dream in a true country store. Take an inspiring browse through their unique collection of antiques, vintage items and local Karoo products. All this is surrounded by an exquisite tea garden offering buffet lunches, award-winning cheeses, fresh flowers and so much more.

  • Contact: 46 Church Street, Prince Albert
  • Tel: 023-5411-053
  • Email: penfold@mweb.co.za
  • Updated: 31/01/2010

The Plough Restaurant

De Rust

Restaurants

The Plough Restaurant

This family-run restaurant doubles as a chefs' training school, and with Chef de Cuisine Christina Martin in charge you can expect local favourites as well as a few new innovations. The restaurant is relaxed and accessible to all. It has to be... local farmers pop in for lunch in their gumboots. Friday night is pizza night, baked in their new wood-fired oven. Enquire about their legendary culinary getaways.

  • Contact: Corner of Burger and Schoeman Streets, De Rust
  • Tel: 044-241-2214
  • Email: info@housemartin.co.za
  • Updated: 31/01/2010

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About Karoo

Admiring the success of the Garden Route's megalithic tourist marketing machine, much effort is being made at the moment to promote the R62 tourist route that runs through the Klein (meaning 'little', and pronounced 'klain' as in 'pain') Karoo. This is still, however, in its infancy, which is ideal as the real charm of this region lies in the fact that it remains, for the greater part, 'undiscovered', despite being so close to Cape Town.

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