Market at the Palms in Woodstock, Cape Town

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On Saturday, a new market had started in Woodstock, Cape Town. The Palms Market is a bimonthly market bringing us the freshest of foods from the Platteland. I received an email from Social Plus One, inviting me to the market’s opening, and of course, I’m always keen to check out a local market.

Even though The Palms Market just started, there’s a certain appeal – especially with an covered parking area, as well as the indoor and outdoor set up option.

During the market, a lady by the name of Christine showed us all a demonstration on smoked snoek, one of Cape Town’s favourite fish. She only uses seasonal produce straight from the Platteland and for the demo, she showed the crow how to make west coast smoked snoek, a quick smoked snoek terrine, smoked snoek fish cakes, smoked snoek pie, smoked snoek samoosas and chive pancakes with a smoked snoek and pepperdew filling. Absolutely delicious!

Keep in touch with the on goings of The Palms Market:

Address: 145 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, 8000, Cape Town, South Africa

Number: 0214620394

Email: market@palms.co.za

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7 Responses

  1. Anita Zwanepoel
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    Absolute fabulous enjoyed the Plattelandse Mark so much on 11/02/12.Will be there on 25/02/12

  2. Sonja
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    A lovely new market. Enjoyed every minute.

  3. Jasmine
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    Will definitely go check out the next Palms Market!

  4. Lee Jacobs
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    Amazing market with a lovely vibe and most importantly, a variety of great tasting foods. I’ll definitely be a regular at this place 🙂

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