Usana Farm Feast with Slippery Spoon Kitchen

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Fancy a bit of fresh air and some fun in the sun? Then Usana’s next Farm Feast should be top of your list!

Booking is now open for the next shindig, to be held over the weekend of 7 and 8 October. But hurry, as only limited tickets are available! 

Situated on the Klein Welmoed, along Baden Powell Drive just outside Stellenbosch, Usana welcomes visitors for a jolly alfresco farm experience. It’s a great day out for families, groups of friends and couples too. Kids will love getting up close with the farm animals. 

What to expect? Relax and unwind on the sprawling lawn with a a glass of wine, and expect great food from Slippery Spoon Kitchen. Chefs Johnny Hamman and Marius Uys of Kokkedoor fame will dish up an authentic farm-to-table lunch, using fresh seasonal ingredients from Usana.

Their menu showcases the farm’s grass-fed beef and free-range eggs, as well as Usana’s superb range of wines. 

Live entertainment on both days sets the mood, and the little ones will be kept busy by the farm animals and their antics. A great way to experience life on a farm for the day! 

Lise Mynhardt, second runner up in the 2014 Idols competition, sings on Saturday and super-talented Deon Volschenk performs on Sunday.

Tickets are R390 per person, and for kids between 7 and 13 it’s R80. Prebook via to avoid disappointment, as limited tickets are available.
Included in the price per head is your hearty buffet lunch, a wine tasting, live music, kids’ entertainment and a R50 wine voucher (to be redeemed on the purchase of a case of wine).
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