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Stellenbosch on foot


Stellenbosch locals shed a tear when, after seven successful years, Fritz Schoon’s glorious bakery left Stellenbosch for Somerset West. Now, the bakery is back in the Eikestad with two new locations: an industrial-chic “Manufactory” café in Bird Street, and a cute hatch in the De Wet Centre courtyard. At the Manufactory, start the day with soft scrambled eggs from Usana Farm, Ryan Boon bacon and country loaf toast – and watch while the staff wrestle huge batches of sourdough, dark rye and baguettes in the kitchen. The hatch – decorated in gorgeous floral wallpaper – focuses on croissants, baked goods

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