The saucer is accesible by boat, which makes it a great morning cruise for a good breakfast at the Saucer. Your boat can be tied up at the jetty while you enjoy your breakfast or lunch.
The Saucer is shaped like a "Flying saucer". It is very old and in need of a refurb.
This restaurant is very popular with the local bikers as this is one of their stops for the "Breakfast run"
The restaurant overlooks the Manten Marina. Beautiful boats are moored here throughout the year.
Lunches and dinners are served, as well as a take-out order.
Often we will arrive at our holiday house on a Friday night, quite late, and pick up a dinner to take home.
Favorite Dish: The ribs and calamari are very good for lunch, or the "Captain's Breakfast" -- for breakfast.Related to:
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This little antique shop, according to the owner, mainly has weekend trade.
Deneysville is a sleepy village and they rely on the weekend visitor for trade.
What to buy: Antiques, art, glassware.
Second hand boats and rubber ducks are also available.Related to:
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This a a butchery, one of two in Deneysville.
The building is old Cape Dutch.
Deneysville is a village which has a lot of weekend trade.
Visitors love to get there meat here for the daily BRAAI (BBQ)
What to buy: Meat or Biltong!
What to pay: Cheaper than the cities.
Danica's, owned by Vanessa who travels to Thailand every quarter to shop for her little boutique.
There is no other clothing or gift outlet in Deneysville.
What to buy: From clothing, shoes, handbags and exquisite costume jewellery.
She also caters for children.
There are pickles, preserves and fresh herbs, all of which are homemade or homegrown.
I never vist Deneysville without stopping off, to see what is new.
Christmas decorations from September to December, for your tree or table.
What to pay: All very reasonable and cheaper than the cities.Related to:
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