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“Lovely breakfast stop”

Little Church Tea Garden - Llandaff Oratory
Ranked #1 of 3 Restaurants in Van Reenen
Certificate of Excellence
Description: National Monument - the little church. smallest catholic church in the world. Best kept secret on the N3. Coffee, Breakfast, Tea, Lunch. Fresh homemade food everyday. Eclectic handpicked collection of antiques and gifts.
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Description: National Monument - the little church. smallest catholic church in the world. Best kept secret on the N3. Coffee, Breakfast, Tea, Lunch. Fresh homemade food everyday. Eclectic handpicked collection of antiques and gifts.
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stop for a lovely breakfast at the little church and tea garden on the way to your Durban destination. Beautiful view and antique shop worth a visit. Smallest church in the world great add-on to see.

Thank Jesse_Hamman
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely place staff are very friendly service is also very quick the only thing is I think the menu needs more variety as we visited here most days and the menu got a bit repetitive apart from this the tea garden is very nice and kept lovely an clean, a nice peaceful place to visit for something to eat.

Thank patsyfagan1
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Reviewed February 12, 2018

I'd not been to the Little Church Tea garden before but am glad I stopped there. We had an excellent meal with friendly service and a view to die for that we could just stare at whilst we ate out lunch. Service was quick and pour meals were presently to beautifully.
Recommend trying the Msobo (Nastergal) Milkshake it is simply delicious.

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Thank Diana S
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Reviewed January 22, 2018

Do yourself a favour the next time you are travelling along Van Reenen's pass and stop in at this little restaurant. It also has the smallest Church I have ever seen on the property. The food is good quality and great value. The produce for the food, as much as possible, is locally sourced. The service is great and the toilets are clean. Attached to the restaurant is a shop selling antiques and knick-knacks. Try this place you will be pleasantly surprised.

Thank MTMOD-AAT
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Belinda J, Public Relations Manager at Little Church Tea Garden - Llandaff Oratory, responded to this reviewResponded January 31, 2018

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Reviewed January 14, 2018

We visited this church & tearoom whilst staying in Van Reenen. The tiny church & its history is fascinating & well worth a visit! The tearoom & shop are lovely & the cream scones amazing! Definitely worth a stop if passing or staying in the area!

Thank cheltlady1960
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Belinda J, Public Relations Manager at Little Church Tea Garden - Llandaff Oratory, responded to this reviewResponded January 31, 2018

Thank you for your support!

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