Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Parys. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you.. Parys (pronounced /ˈpɑːreɪs/) is a town situated on the banks of the Vaal River in the Free State province of South Africa. The name of the town is the Afrikaans translation of Paris. The name was given by a German surveyor named Schilbach who had participated in the Siege of Paris during the Franco-Prussian War and the location next to the Vaal reminded him of Paris on the River Seine. The area of Parys also includes the two townships Tumahole and Schonkenville.
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Visited The Trading Post twice in the last few weeks. On both occasions we ate, and drank coffee/hot chocolate/cappuccino. All perfect. All good. The lamb curry is superb (in my opinion their signature dish). Also enjoyed savoury pancakes. The atmosphere is very laid back. You're on the verandah, yet half in the art/art supplies shop, and half in the garden. It's lovely. It's relaxing. The owner is mostly in attendance, and is extremely pleasant, attentive, and appreciates feedback. I could probably safely recommend anything on the menu, as that which we've tried was more than acceptable. So, trade up, and try The Trading Post.
This is surely a gem of a spot if you are with small children who will be bored just sitting still at a table. There is an impressive play area for small children under cover in the restaurant. But my wife and I were without out child but in a rush and we got prompt and efficient service from Portia and the chicken wraps were tasty and generously filled.
A glass of wine, ice cold beer, cup of Coffee, breakfast, lunch and lovely cakes, all on the banks of the Vaal River.
The River Cafe is a coffee shop situated at the lovely Egweni Resort on the banks of the Vaal River. They offer a warm and cosy little coffee shop overlooking the river. The coffee is good and they offer cakes and sandwiches.
This coffee shop offers good quality food at affordable prices.It's a quirky spot with tables outside in a courtyard area, under umbrellas. The menu offers typical cafe food but with various healthy options if that's what you're looking for.I chose coffee with one of the 'breakfasts-in-a-mug'; a tasty meal that's well prepared.A lovely spot on the outskirts of Parys that's worth visiting.
Incredible coffee with a vibrant atmosphere prepared by an in-house barista.
Parys now offers you "The Best Coffee"( Don't just trust my review visit this little gem just off Bree street). You will find more than Barista brewed coffee, its the homely atmosphere,great cheesecake and dont be surprise if you arrive as a customers and leave as a friend.Thank you so much Stan and Rykie.. You're the best friends, and your presence in the shop is always a delight!
4 based on 37 reviews
A boutique coffee shop and restaurant. Opening hours 08:00 till 14:00 however closing earlier at times thus better to book. Fully licenced, breakfast served all open hours and biggest menu in town. Includes breakfasts, filled pancakes sweet and savoury, c
I have had the privilege to sample their food a number of times and every time I walk away feeling happy and satisfied. Their service is prompt and friendly, they make one feel at home and, whilst their attentiveness is noticeable, you never feel swarmed or invaded. Their extensive menu caters even for the discerning foodie and offers very good value for money. Servings are very generous and the atmosphere is great whether you eat inside or outside on the street where you can experience the dynamics of this lovely town. I highly recommend this facility. No one should walk away from this place feeling unsatisfied.Once again much appreciated. Alan and Theuns, owners
4 based on 13 reviews
As we entered the Bella De jour Restaurant located in the Antiques Corner in Parys, the smell of brewing coffee was enough to get us settled down quickly. The French deco was outstanding, one would think one is in Paris.The menu was delightfully filled with all things nice, the cakes on display were exceptionally mouth water. I noticed Horlicks on the drinks menu which would have went well on this cold rainy morning but I craved a cold drink so I ordered a honey and Horlicks milkshake. Mia our waitress had never heard of this but ask the owner. I also ordered a chocolate croissant with nutella while my wife ordered a cappuccino cone and a butter croissant. The owner whipped up the honey and Horlicks milkshake which was one of the best I have tasted. My wife's first experience with a cappuccino cone was awesome. The service was prompt, the food was fresh and the prices were decent.Will definitely stop by again.
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