Graskop Pancakes, Graskop

Graskop Pancakes is a restaurant situated on the road as you enter Graskop from Sabie/Pilgrim’s Rest.

The restaurant offers a wide variety of meals, from breakfast to light lunches, big lunches, specializing in pancakes, and vetkoeke.  Visitor’s can enjoy meals outside on a shaded deck, especially on warm days, or inside on rainy days. In winter, Graskop Pancakes is open between 08:00 and 17:00 and from 08:00 to 18:00 in summer.

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Graskop is a small town in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. It was set up in the 1880s as a gold mining camp but it now serves as a tourist destination and the timber industry. The name is Afrikaans for grassy hillock. “God’s Window”, a scenic view from the escarpment of the Lowveld below, is located outside the town.

Graskop is 14 km south-east of Pilgrim’s Rest and 28 km north of Sabie. It was laid out between 1880 and 1890 on a farm belonging to Abel Erasmus, Native Commissioner of the Transvaal Republic. Named after a grassy hillock (Afrikaans gras, ‘grass’, kop, ‘hillock’). Originally it was a mining camp. It is the best place to view the “Edge of the Lowveld”, with a sudden drop of 700 metres.

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