Hit the road and pay this establishment on the famous Route 62 a visit. Driving in the direction of Cape Town it is approximately 33 km from the ostrich town of Oudtshoorn on your left-hand side. When you see this old car you know you have found it.
Coordinates: 33°33’24.8″S 21°53’07.2″E
It was a nice and interesting Sunday morning breakfast run with the Garden Route BMW Motorcycle Club which ended at the Karooboom. The wind was really huffing and puffing when we left George along the Outeniqua pass where we had to hold on to the bikes. As soon as we reached the Waboomskraal valley the wind subsided and it was just a beautiful Karoo day.
Today we followed the back roads via Kandelaarsrivier and De Hoop and so did the rain clouds. As we pulled in at Karooboom the heavens opened on us – time to relax with a mug of lekker boeretroos. But soon after the downpour blue skies greeted us again = love the Klein Karoo!!
This is a no frills and fuss place with down to earth décor. No fancy food on the menu. The speciality at Karooboom is pap en lap. As no one in the group could vouch for it, it was sort of an unanimous decision that all of us will give it a try. What do you get when eating pap en lap? Maize porridge served with tomato and onion relish, finely carved lieslap , a fried egg and home baked bread and jam. They also serve Sunday lunch and hosts a tripe evening once a month.
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Make your reservations for Sunday lunch at 044-0070034 or WhatsApp 079 620 1441