Food and beverage businesses in Greyton
Get your stretch-pants out of the closet because the Greyton food and beverage offerings are certainly a delicious whirlwind to experience. As the town is nestled in between a thriving agricultural area and the incredible Riviersonderend mountain range, you can sample the flavours of the valley, in one of the most beautiful areas in the Western Cape. From wines and homemade pies to farm-fresh butter and biscuits, it’s a foodie utopia, just waiting to be explored. You’re guaranteed to have a wonderful time if you live in or even just visit this quaint town.
Whether you choose to enjoy the weekly markets, stop in at a farm stall or you’re planning on visiting a restaurant, you’ll quickly realise the freshness of the offerings here. With a network of micro, medium and major farms in the area, independent bakers, chefs and restaurants in the area, have access to fresh, seasonal goods – which means, you’re exposed to a variety of homemade delights. As thriving town, these businesses in Greyton are not only a delicious treat to experience but also the livelihood of hard-working entrepreneurs and the employees who work there.
One of the wonderful benefits of residing in or even just visiting the charming village of Greyton, is that you can stay here and still enjoy the restaurants, farm stalls, markets and other eateries, without having to travel too far out. Many of the towns along the Cape Country Meander are a short drive apart and offer unique delicacies for those who want to experience the culinary delights of the Western Cape countryside. Additionally, you can source other farm-fresh ingredients from the town too. Local butcheries have easy access to livestock farmers who only utilise organic grains for their livestock and believe in keeping animals as free-range. You can visit anyone of these outlets and either select or have your favourite piece cut to your specifications.
For wine-lovers, you can find a handful of tasting venues to visit. From robust, full-bodied reds to crispy, elevating whites, you can sample delicious wines with impeccable views of the mountains, coupled with delicious cheese from the area. However, if wine is not your fancy you can also find micro-breweries here, each with their own brew of unique beers and ciders. Whether it’s a restaurant with a view, an internationally acclaimed farm stall or even a tasty cookie from the lady down the street, there’s something delicious for everyone to try.