Visit the Van Gaalen Kaasmakerij and witness the age old Dutch method of making Boerenkaas.
Thirty different cheeses are produced here - gouda in different stages of maturity, cumin or Leidse kaas, stinging nettle cheese, garlic and onion cheese, pepper cheese, feta, herb feta, cheese spread, nut cheese, and Italian herb cheese are just a few.
The cheese is matured in large walk in fridges adjoining the Kaasmakerij. Most cheeses are sold at the farm shop, as well as picnic baskets to enjoy on the banks of the Skeerpoort River or dam.
Shadowed by the magnificent Magalies Mountains, the outdoor restaurant is a great spot to have breakfast or a cheese lunch whilst watching the abundant bird life visiting the dam.
Need to know? Closed on Tuesdays.
Restaurants near Hartbeespoort Dam
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Hartbeespoort Bistro restaurant
Hartbeespoort(5.4 km from Hartbeespoort Dam)
Chameleon Brewhouse is a one-of-a-kind restaurant and pub that is modernly furnished and beautfully warm at the same time. Delightful bistro-style meals can be enjoyed, as well as six craft beers on tap. The brewhouse reminds of days gone by, yet embraces happening, funky ambience that will entice diners and brewsters to return.
Hartbeespoort International restaurant
Hartbeespoort(6.2 km from Hartbeespoort Dam)
Open plan dining invites the art of culinary creations into the dining experience through visual interaction and the lingering aroma of decadent traditional cuisine.
Boasting 100% artificial free ingredients, hormone free meat, decadent imported real Swiss cheese and freshly baked Swiss bread, diners are ensured of an authentic dining experience.
The menu seduces with gnocchi, wiener schnitzel, zuercher geschnetzeltes, Italan pizza and sushi.
Enjoy freshly made south dough pizza using organic flour for a taste of genuine Italy or frolic in the light and refreshing taste of sushi – the African Swiss way!
Broederstroom(7.7 km from Hartbeespoort Dam)
The Bundu Coyote Bar was one of the first pubs built in the area in the 1960’s and has become a well recognized name by locals and travelers alike. Originally serving as a local watering hole, it was developed into a well known tourist destination. There are few visitors to the area who have not visited ‘Bundu’ for a cold beverage or wholesome meal over the past decade. Come casual! Enjoy our weekend entertainment with good food, warm people and cold beers.
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