Description Fraiche Ayres is a friendly, charming, Cafe well known for its delicious, no-nonsense menu. Set among the tranquil greenery of Starke Ayres nursery. It is a place to sit back and relax whilst enjoying a delicious Lavazza coffee with a traditional breakfast, meeting friends for light lunches and a glass of wine or afternoon tea with our delicious homemade cakes and scones.Now in its fourth successful year, Fraiche Ayres recently won a prestigious RASA Roseta Restaurant Award for Service Excellence. The effervescent owner, Pam Miller, who owned and ran the The Post House Guest House in Greyton during its heyday, and talented chef/manager Kyle will be your delightful hosts. Whether you fancy a scrumptious breakfast, a beautiful open - sandwich, a wonderfully fresh summer salad; traditional homemade quiches or fresh fish, Fraiche Ayres will not disappoint.At Fraiche Ayres we pride ourselves in providing dishes made from the freshest ingredients as well as great service. With an ever changing and exciting specials board, customers will be pleasantly surprised with seasonal dishes suited to every palate. Fraiche Ayres can also accommodate small functions of up to 20 people. Whether it be a Birthday or any other special occasion please do not hesitate to contact us. Location/Address/Phone No./Fax No.
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S 33° 57' 6.12" -33° 57.102' Longitude
E 18° 28' 31.08" 18° 28.518' QR Codes
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Address Starke Ayres Garden Centre Liesbeek Parkway Rosebank Cape Town Western Cape South Africa Phone No. 021 686 6004 If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 686 6004 Fax No. No fax number available More Information Local Weather Map
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