- a baker’s café & bistro -
Afro-Boer baker’s café has been open since August 2013. It has won multiple prestigious awards with Eat-Out, Best of Pretoria, Diners Club Wine Awards, and TripAdvisor Service Excellence Awards. It has been named one of the top 20 Iconic South African restaurants by Eat-Out Magazine and has featured in Food and Home, Sarie Kos Magazine, on MNet’s Kyknet Via T.V. channel, Pretoria News, and the Sunday Times Newspaper.
Michelle Cronjé-Cibulka drives her team - of mostly raw novices and newcomers to the industry and shapes them into skilled managers, baristas, chefs, bakers and waiters, by mostly, teaching industry and life skills and providing opportunity to learn self-empowerment and how to make a difference in households and communities.
Afro-Boer follows a food philosophy of farm-to-plate, self-harvesting, Slow Food - preserving and recognizing heritage in all African and South African food cultures - and incorporates a style of home-made, hand-made and wholesome foods. We believe in supporting local and surrounding farmers, and fellow small business owners.
- café deli -
- a place to pause…
So… “a green room is a room in a theatre or studio in which performers can relax when they are not performing”
“One of the oldest stories is that London's Blackfriars Theatre (1599) included a room behind the scenes, where the actors waited to go on stage, which happened to be painted green,
and was called "the green room". ...
“Green rooms could thus be considered the transition rooms on the way to the stage…”
or in our case the garden (not that we are anticipating a performance of sorts from the pausers…!)
but a place to pause in between the acts of life, work and errands. Leading into a garden - like this one