Wide variety of jams available @ Moerse Farmstall
A whole variety of jams.
‘Moerse’ is the Afrikaans word for huge and although this charming farm stall in Napier isn't huge in size it does have a ‘moerse’ good vibe! Here you get to enjoy Overberg country living at its best and you will be welcomed with heaps of small-town hospitality. Wholesome farm-fare includes set meals from a blackboard menu and quick on-the-go snacks to take away for ‘padkos’. Moerse Farmstall sells all your farm stall favourites such as bottled preserves, freshly baked bread, crisp biscuits, dippable rusks and hand-crafted gifts. Platters are available by prior arrangement from a convenient catering service offered by this Moerse lekker team. An added bonus is that Tip of Africa Nursery shares the premises so you can shop for everything from colourful clivias to sexy succulents for your garden. Moerse Farmstall seats a total of 25 people and is unlicensed but you are invited to bring your own wine to lunch.
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After deciding that his career as a busy banker wasn’t where he wanted to be in his life, Manie Kriel took the plunge and went on pension. A moerse plan was brewing as Manie spent some time sitting alongside the Main Road in Napier to contemplate life and to count the cars that drove through the town. An idea was born and Manie and his wife, Laetitia, began selling delicious farmhouse pies made entirely from scratch and propped full of quality fillings. When they began advertising their Moerse Pies on a sign-board, everyone in the town came to see what they were up to. Manie and Laetitia Kriel officially established Moerse Farmstall in November 1999 and were joined by their son Etienne and his wife Annelene in 2002.
Nowadays the farm stall serves sit-down meals and sells all those farm stall favourites that encompass country living. The plant shop, now proudly named Tip of Africa Nursery, is still run alongside Moerse Farmstall and is especially well-known for the beautiful Clivias that colourfully flower year after year.
Moerse Farmstall is the place to go when you are feeling peckish. There is a set menu with a mouthwatering selection of wholesome food and sweet treats.
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Moerse Farmstall will cater for your next special event and will provide choice canapé platters or plates of wholesome traditional ‘Kaapse Kos’ (with a twist).
Whether you are having a small after-work cocktail party or hosting a special event with 80 peckish guests who need to be fed, your moerse friendly farm stall team will ensure that you and your guests are well fed. For more information contact Moerse Farmstall directly.
“Had the tastiest Sunday lunch. Beautiful home cooked food and our favourite lemon meringue Looking forward to next time. Thank you!” Ange Bowers, Facebook
“Gaan elke jaar net om hulle lekker kerrie vetkoeke te eet.” Rudolph Jansen van Vuuren, Facebook
“I always stop at the farm stall when passing through. Lovely to browse through all the crafts, plants and books but the best of all to enjoy the delectable menu!!! Hope my yellow clivia is waiting for me...pretty please…” Pat Jansen, Facebook
“For a hearty Sunday lunch, Moerse Farmstall is the place to be, much tastier than restaurant food.” Luthia Odendaal, Facebook
“Heerlik gekuier onder bome terwyl ons ontbyt uit die boonste rakke (tuisgemaakte produkte meestal) geëet het! Kuiergas uit Pretoria het pie (lams) en chips gehad wat hy gesê beste pie ooit is. En die koffie! Awesome!” Riana Maree, Facebook
“When you're in the mood for a Sunday Roast and nothing else will do....this is how we felt yesterday when we booked a group table at Moerse. The roast was absolutely fabulous...the meat is done to perfection, SCRUMPTIOUS veggies & yummy gravy. I couldn't get my head around Pumpkin fritters with fudge sauce but OMW, they were fantastic! Dessert was also exceptional. I'd liked to point out that due to changes in our day's plans we were over an hour early for lunch....yet we were made to feel welcome and accommodated easily and with a warm smile by both Anneline and her mom-in-law. Lekker experience. We're going back soon!” Dee Neal Robinson, Facebook
“Reminds me of my childhood days visiting my gran on the farm. The chicken pie is to die for definitely worth it.” Anthea Claire Le Roux, Facebook