Haenertsburg may be a little village but it is a popular tourist destination with an abundance of restaurants, cafe’s and takeaways that all serve delicious, mouthwatering meals. And not only is the food great – the views are just as spectacular! You can also drive just a few km’s further and find more places to eat in and around Tzaneen.

Here’s our comprehensive list of Where to Eat while you’re in the area:

Farm Stalls & Cafe’s:

– Biltong & Boerie, bottom of the pass, R71 – 7km outside Tzaneen

– Allesbeste Padstal, M2 on R71

– Magoebaskloof Farm Stall & Cafe’, 20km from Haenertsburg, R71 – down the pass towards Tzaneen. Directly across the road from The Boma @ Warriors). Excellent food and coffee.

Coffee Shops & Deli’s:

– The Eatery on Rissik, Rissik Street, Haenertsburg. Breakfasts and lunches. Freshly baked cakes, pastries over the weekends. Artisan breads and fresh rolls from our bakery with love. Licensed.

– Village Kitchen, Rissik Street, Haenertsburg (next to Memory Holds the Door bookshop). Boerekoffie and beskuit, breakfasts and light lunches. Licensed.

– Stella’s Farm Deli, R71 (next to The Pancake House). Breakfasts, lunch, stews, pasta, roasts – more than just a deli.


– The Pot ‘n Plow, R71 heading towards Tzaneen, 12km from Haenertsburg. Old English style pub & grill specializing in pizzas and other English styled food since 1997. Really good food.

– The Iron Crown Pub & Bistro, Rissik Street, Haenertsburg. Famous for the “Haenertsburger”. The friendliest pub in all of Limpopo.



– The Pancake House R71, Haenertsburg. Waffles, pancakes and freshly baked pastries, coffee and cake.

– The Red Plate Restaurant – 161 Rissik Street, Haenertsburg. Lunch & dinner. Restaurant quality meals, top ranked.

– The Boma @ Warriors, Road A46.1 – Magoebaskloof. Prawns and burgers are really good.

– Magoebaskloof Mountain Lodge Restaurant, R71 – Magoebaskloof