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23 Church Street
Western Cape 
South Africa
023 230 0242


At Paddagang, one of the best known eateries in Tulbagh, you can tuck into traditional boerekos under the shade of a massive oak tree in the court-yard at the back, or overlooking the rolling lawns in front. The restaurant is named for the frogs that cross this way, and you’re advised to look out for critters while you drive. Try the water-blommetjiebredie just like ouma used to make. The wine shop offers tastings from the region and one-stop sales. And take time to feed the resident muster of peacocks.

Open 9am-10pm Mon, Wed-Sat; 9am-4pm Sun; 9am-5pm Tue.

Main courses R80.

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