Beginning life as a humble fruit vending stall on the side of the road in 1964, Peregrine Farmstall is keeping up with the times showcasing their recently refurbished restaurant.
The extensive renovations that were needed after an unfortunate fire last year, opened the door for a fresh start but also a continuation of the Peregrine journey. Headed by architect Barry Gould and master carpenter Simon Smith of Overberg Joinery Works, the result is a bright and functional space. Justin Burls explains:
“We have drawn on the amazing design and craftsmanship talent in the area to completely reinvent the space and we are thrilled with the outcome.”
Austrian spruce and glass, together with the areas typical architecture of apple barns, gives it an open, contemporary feel. The vintage Hoi P’loy lighting, as seen above, proves to be one of our highlights.
Catering for both guests in a hurry and those who have time to lounge, the restaurants take-away and waiter service has been streamlined for the typical stop, rest, eat and go routine. The menu extends from its old fashioned favourites to local hearty meals and offers kids space, rose nursery and decor store.
For more information go to www.peregrinefarmstall.co.za and tweet us at @Elle_Deco to let us know what you think of the new space, if you visit Peregrine.
Compiled by: Megan Schumann