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Michelle Theron
· January 5, 2018
First time in Stanford for us and this little town has really surprised us! Graze was recommended by Penny from the Stanford hotel and it really lived up to the expectations! All locally sourced fresh... produce and the menu is never the same. Loved the personal touch by owners Alex and Tabby. The Rabbit ravioli was really awesome. Don’t expect Michelin Star cuisine. It is just real honest hearty food cooked with loads of love and respect for the fresh ingredients! Will definitely be back! See More
Chris Knight
· December 28, 2017
If you into great organic home grown food, this is the place to be. Great food, wine, juices and coffee. The service is great to. Also a place to catch up with the locals and pick up some great local produce.
Jenni Woolacott
· October 30, 2017
The Gem of Stanford! Highly recommended!
Outstanding Food, Ambience, Service & attention to detail! Celebrated a friend of mine's Birthday there on the weekend and they created the most delicious 3 co...urse Vegan luncheon for us xx See More
Itamar Meir
· March 3, 2016
After eating at Graze one time we wanted them to make to food for our wedding. What a brilliant idea it was !!!
The food was delicious, the staff lovely and professional and they were all very relaxed... which was very nice.
it was absolutely beautiful and they made our special day much more special.
Thank you Tabby, Alex and the rest of the Graze Crew
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Jade & Ita
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Giuliana Capes
· September 22, 2016
Lovely cafe with nice character and charm. Excellent service with delicious food. Highly recommend their breakfast especially Zodwa dish just add bacon and their beetroot juice.
Paul Lin
· March 19, 2016
Great place, great people, really great food...... I was a young man when I arrived.......but it was worth the wait...............
Jilly Chennells
· January 25, 2015
The warm staff and the deiicious meals make this the go to place in stanford..in the heart of the old village.the atmosphere is warm and easy going and one has a .nibble of village life from the stoep.
Pippa Wood
· September 23, 2016
Fantastic food and great people. Superb night out fantastic end to our honeymoon.
Penny Van Den Berg
· November 2, 2016
This is officially our very favourite breakfast spot in Stanford.
Steve Cope
· August 2, 2016
This. Place. Rocks.
Food and team are amazing, well worth a visit.
Retha Fourie
· March 19, 2017
I always looooove Graze and would tecommend it to all.
Robert Bell
· May 29, 2015
Awesome night. Thanks too you both.. Superb food. Can't wait for the next time.
Wilhelm Pienaar
· August 15, 2015
Epic spot. Good food. Health and environmentally conscious.
Ansie Reitsma
September 17, 2013
The Graze Benedict - for an Eggs Benedict 'freak' - the Graze Benedict is the ultimate!!
Deen Adams
· August 2, 2014
The food is so good and healthy! !!!
D David Morin
· August 3, 2016
Ace!!! Then do brekky on Saturday!!!
Adele Combrinck
· March 13, 2015
Just had the most amazing dinner. Highly recommended!
Johan Redelinghuys
· March 12, 2015
Great fun! Casual eating on the verandah.... Local produce at its best....
Carna van Zyl
· January 28, 2015
Try the Zodwa special! Banting has never been tastier!!
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I’m thrilled to have played a part in describing a new species of mushroom to science. This is what I’ve dubbed Pleurotus overstrandii, a mushroom that has only... found at a few sites not far from the sea along the Overstrand coastline. Prelim test results of samples I submitted to the Mycology department at the University of Free State reveal it to be in the Pleurotus group, basically the oyster mushroom family. There’s a lot of research still to be done but I can confirm that its edibility is fantastic, a rich and creamy flavour. Citizen science rules 🍄

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