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6A Church Street
Prince Albert
Western Cape 
South Africa
023 541 1846

A self-proclaimed ‘fancy farm stall’, this is a good spot to stock up on local jams, preserves and olive products. There’s a browse able selection of antiques, and it’s a popular spot for light meals and breakfasts. The ‘Morning After’ and ‘Skinny Omelette’ are recommended.

Hours: 8.00am-4.00pm Mon, Wed-Fri; 8.00am-3.00pm Sat, Sun.

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