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Domino Goats & Cheese Farm

Domino Goats & Cheese Farm
Your Host/s
Jeanette, Simon & Team
Service Type
Farm to Table
Contact Details
Contact Number
(072) 516-1579
Street Address
81 Sarel Cilliers Street
South Africa
Province of the Western Cape
Postal Code
Farmer’s Table @ Domino Farm Market
Domino Farm is proud to announce the official opening of our farm-to-table restaurant here in Napier. All our home-grown, free-range produce is now lovingly transformed into scrumptious breakfasts and light meals for you to enjoy at the Domino Farm Market in Sarel Cilliers Street.
For those who like something substantial in the morning, you can build your own breakfast or you can go for the lighter, healthy option.
The Farmer’s Breakfast changes from day to day, and is easy on the wallet at only R65, including your coffee!
What better way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than sitting on the stoep with a mezze platter or fresh baked ciabatta and a glass of local wine? (You can bring your own – we’re not licensed).
Try the dish of the day made from our delicious goat meat or free-range pork – low in fat and big on flavour – and served with garden veg.
Finish off with a decedent cake, steaming pudding or a scoop of ice cream – we even make that from goat’s milk!
Come on in and enjoy a true taste of Napier!

Shop hours
  • Tuesday & Wednesday 8am to 2pm
  • Friday to Monday 8am to 5pm
We are closed thursday and do not serve food on Tuesday & Wednesday

For reservations & goat cheese tasting call Slayte 071 229 4863
Farm tours call Jeanette 072 516 1579
We also cater for small groups – booking essential.

Making Goats Cheese in Napier

Domino Farm Goats Cheese kind of happened by accident. We’ve always been collectors of orphaned animals, so it was not really that surprising when I came home from a trip to buy a fireplace with 60 goats and a cheese factory! For a graphic designer and a geologist, becoming dairy farmers has been quite a learning curve, but here we are… loving it!

We farm by organic principals, the 3 R’s – Recycle, Reuse, and Repurpose – are pretty much a way of life here on the farm, as we utilise our waste products and produce much of our own energy. Like using glass bottles (with refundable deposit) rather than plastic, this means we can meet rigorous hygiene standards of the dairy industry and still address our environmental concerns.

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