Baba’s Jêm

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13 Bester Street
Western Cape 
South Africa
023 312 3545
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Baba’s Jêm

Eileen Baron makes an astounding range of jams, chutneys, atchars, preserves and pickles from the produce grown in the Ceres valley. Book in advance for a demonstration of how to make traditional foods like mosbeskuit, bread, roosterkoek, vetkoek and various jams. Or dig in to a light meal – rotis, vegetable curries, samoosas followed by home-brewed ginger beer or moerkoffie.

Open 6.30am-5pm daily.

Main courses R55.

No credit cards are accepted.

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