The cheese farm is a cheese farm. It isn't pretentious and offers tables out in the lovely fresh air with salads and cheese dishes. It isn't a steakhouse, and you won't get the steak or burger fare here. Breakfasts and lunchtime salads are what you would have to expect. It has African ambiance.There are trees to sit under and the African sun is normally on offer. But it is a cheese factory, with a deli, and eating place tacked on. Don't go, if you are expecting cordon bleu. It isn't that sort of place. But I've visited on a number of occasions, I've taken friends there, I've bought cheeses, and I'll go back. Why! Well the salads are great, the servings are fair and the place is friendly. And it has the normal S.A. beers available, if you want one.
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