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Nanaga Farm Stall

N 2 Between Grahamstown And Port Elizabeth, 6185, South Africa
+27 41 468 0353
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Compulsory stop when going anywhere to or from Port Elizabeth

You have no option but to stop and buy the legendary Lamb and Mince pies, Roosterbrood... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2016
PatNorris
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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Great lamb & mint pies

Great pies, great service and a lovely place to stop. We got the lamb and mint pies and also the... read more

Reviewed 13 January 2016
Grannymac1
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Johannesburg, South Africa
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  • Very good24%
  • Average12%
  • Poor16%
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N 2 Between Grahamstown And Port Elizabeth, 6185, South Africa
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Reviewed 23 March 2016

You have no option but to stop and buy the legendary Lamb and Mince pies, Roosterbrood, Koeksisters, Sausage Rolls and Cannon ball shaped Cornish Pasties. It is a very busy farm stall in the beautiful green countryside east of Port Elizabeth. The is a restaurant...More

Thank PatNorris
Reviewed 13 January 2016

Great pies, great service and a lovely place to stop. We got the lamb and mint pies and also the chicken. Absolutely mouth watering and well worth the stop, Chocolate fudge is also awesome.

Thank Grannymac1
Reviewed 27 December 2015

My husband and I have been stopping off at this farm stall for many years, when they were a much smaller shop, but their soup and roosterkoek was always excellent. The shop makes divine bread, pies, roosterkoek and lots of other delicious goodies. The restaurant...More

Thank Gibbsfamily
Reviewed 27 December 2015

As a coffee lover it is always a surprise to find decent coffee on the road. Nanaga farm stall delivered one of these surprises. The artisinal coffee meet the standard, served with a smile. The rest of the stall offered up some pleasant options from...More

1  Thank Cycling_Food_Wine
Reviewed 14 December 2015 via mobile

We stopped there on our way to friends and were pleasantly surprised to see the amazing variety of foods, condiments, pickles, jams and chutneys on offer! Absolutely amazing. The pies (venison and lamb mint) were fresh, delicious with an amazing pie crust. Everything is made...More

Thank Stephne A
Reviewed 3 December 2015

I have to agree with a few other people that the pies and sausage rolls were a little disappointing, although it seems to still be a favourite of people passing through. I would still definitely recommend stopping here if you're looking for some yummy snacks...More

Thank Cameron M
Reviewed 22 November 2015

I really do miss the old tin shop on the side of the road, the pies where authentic and the pineapple juice real and freshly squeezed. The visit was interesting and a unique experience. Sadly, all the old charm is gone in the new store....More

Thank MoccaJava
Reviewed 8 September 2015

During the last few stops comments were made by various people that the quality of the pies is not what it used to be. I bought a few over the weekend. The Cornish was absolutely bland - tasteless - no seasoning whatsoever. Some of the...More

Thank Walkindiner
Reviewed 3 August 2015 via mobile

It is always a pleasure to stop at Nanaga, either for a bite in their restaurant or to grab something for the road. All their food is delicious and freshly made, and their homemade pies a definate must try.

Thank StellaJ09
Reviewed 5 July 2015

Our recommendation, drive past. Not a particularly friendly welcome and seated ourselves. Food did arrive in good time. Waitress was as bland as they come. The food was just completely awful. The pastry of the pie was stodgy, lack of flavor and "melt in your...More

Thank Wolery
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