If you find yourself in the Elgin valley, then make sure you head to this country-style eatery in Elgin, Western Cape.
Rojaal is tucked away by rolling green hills, pristine vineyards and luscious fruit orchards of the Elgin Valley.
Located on the scenic Viljoenshoop Road, is where you would find a huge shed that used to be a former flower-packing shed. Rojaal – the Afrikaans word for abundance, was established in 2016 by enterprise apple farmer named Arno Reuvers.
“The name Rojaal epitomises South African hospitality, from the abundance of food to the care and love that underscores every meal,” says Reuvers.
A place for the heart, Rojaal is defined by its rustic décor and wholesome menu that hark back to days of innocence, goodness and generosity.
Once you set foot inside, you are greeted with a homely ambiance. Think rustic, farmhouse furniture, crockery and cutlery to complete the picture. On the one side of the room is a vintage lounge suite, an old fireplace and a piano – perfect for winter.
Be warned, once you looked at the menu you would want to try everything. From fluffy blueberry-infused bread, freshly made roosterkoek to a twist on Eggs Benedict served with bobotie – the portions are generous and the flavours are out of this world!
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