Cape Town Restaurants Cape Town Overview
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Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
This beautiful little coffee shop and bistro serves up a wide variety of dishes in a bustling atmosphere. Café Magnifico combines the traditional with original, and does this at very reasonable prices.
The menu is extensive and offers all-day breakfast and amazing lunches. Breakfast options include the traditional English-style breakfast, parma ham and eggs on an English muffin and even exotic flavours like the smoked norwegian salmon or tuna carpaccio with eggs.
Lunch consists of gourmet sandwiches, wraps and salads, pastas, burgers and even mezze platters and the ingredients and fillings are far from boring. Try the Cajun chicken, pepperdew, and sweet chilli mayo toastie or the Asian beef noodle wrap with rump steak strips, rice noodles in a plum sauce, crispy salad and fresh coriander.
For the sweet tooth there is a variety of waffles and pancakes with different toppings and fillings. Enjoy a relaxed breakfast or lunch at this quaint café.
Observatory Coffee Shop restaurant
Cocoa Cha Chi is one branch of the Cocoa group, of which there is only four to maintain top quality and exclusivity. This Observatory coffee shop restaurant has a fantastic courtyard, ideal for spring and summer days. In winter, guests relax in the shop and watch the wind, rain and cold from the warm interior.
The menu covers meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner and there is a wide choice available for drinks. The extensive breakfast menu has an option for anybody’s taste with plates of your basic eggs and bacon, toast with delicious toppings, French toast and croissants, to the hunger-buster Cha Chi Eggs with chorizo, tomato, cheddar with a toasted baguette – vegetarian versions are also available.
The light meals offered are perfect for a break from the office or a lazy afternoon with friends. Choose from toasted sandwiches, salads, wraps, burgers and tremezzinis to pitas and pastas. Then there is always the option to dig into a crisp and topping-filled pizza by yourself or with a friend.
The drinks menu is vast but the iced fruit crushes, smoothies and chillers are delicious and well known for their refreshing tastes. The coffee options are not something to be missed either.
Look out for the value-for-money specials like R25 breakfasts, cheap pizza and pasta days and draught beer Saturdays. Cocoa Cha Chi is open on Mondays to Saturdays, from 7 am to 11 pm, and on Sundays from 8 am to 8 pm.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Coffee Republic is a modern, beautifully fitted coffee bar and shop in the middle of Canal Walk Shopping Centre - the local hub of shopping.
The coffee beans used in this original little outlet is specially roasted in Milan to provide a distinctive taste, feel, aroma and flavour envoking the spirit of this fashion capital.
Coffee Republic offers a range of deli-style foods and pride themselves on fresh produce and great quality. Try one of the delicious muffins on offer. The fabulous breakfast muffin with bacon egg and cheese is the perfect thing to help start your day.
Be sure to indulge in the decadent Creme Brulee Latte - who said you can't drink dessert.
Melkbosstrand Coffee Shop restaurant
Exuding a continental street café ambiance, with low couches and coffee tables, fancy wall prints and scattered umbrellas on the terrace, Daniella’s is a friendly and relaxed spot.
Warm earthy tones and a fireside nook create a cosy coffee experience, complimenting the warm and welcoming décor.
Start the day with a hearty breakfast or indulge in popular dishes such as croissants with either smoked salmon and avocado, or ham and cheese fillings and chicken bruschetta served with a honey mustard dressing and German potato salad.
The lighter lunch menu caters for quick bites alongside a great selection of cakes, coffees, treats, teas, lattes and milkshakes.
Pop into Daniella’s Coffee Shop in Melkbosstrand for some good food and warm hospitality.
Hout Bay Coffee Shop restaurant
Gabriella's in Hout Bay offers a beautiful environment, great service , good food and a place where the whole family can enjoy awesome fusion-inspired cuisine.
The extensive menu offers food that hints at the traditional, yet incorporates a modern twist. Great flavours combine beautifully, mainly due to the fresh produce being used and the passion of the chef who's got a keen eye (and palate) for detail. A favourite on the menu is the delectable, tender calamari, but it is strongly recommended that you try the lamb shank.
The restaurant is child friendly as well as wheelchair friendly. Gabriella's is also fully licensed. The restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday from 8 am until 5 pm, but on Thursday and Friday they stay open until 10 pm.
Enjoy great food, warm service, and a wonderful ambience in this gem in the Republic of Hout Bay.
V and A Waterfront Coffee Shop restaurant
V and A Waterfront
Melissa’s The Food Store in Cape Town’s V & A Waterfront is owned by Mark and Melissa van Hoogstraten. They have taken their love of food and fine things and translated into Cape Town’s best known deli.
Visitors can feast on range of deliciously prepared meals, snacks and tasty treats. The Melissa’s range is made up homemade delectables prepared with the best ingredients and lots of love. All the food is freshly prepared with the intention that good food should be made using only the best ingredients.
The ethos at Melissa’s is great food made with highest quality ingredients: the value of quality food produced in a traditional, old-fashioned way using locally sourced, seasonal, all natural local ingredients.
Melissa’s at the Waterfront serves breakfast, lunch and light suppers, as well as a buffet from which patrons can choose a range of freshly made quiches, pies and assorted salads. Breakfast delights include fresh baked croissants with homemade jams and preserves, eggs Benedict and a traditional English breakfast, as well as healthier options including homemade muesli, yoghurt and fresh seasonal fruit.
For lunch or dinner, diners can feast on deliciously prepared fresh sandwiches, homemade chicken and leak pie, sweet potato wedges with garlic aioli, Asian seared beef carpaccio and a range of yummy home cooked pastas and fresh salads.
Woodstock Coffee Shop restaurant
With fresh bread baked daily on site, the lingering aromas entice walkers-by to nosey on in and savour some of the best Artisan baked sourdough wood fired bread.
Food here is kneed and raised with love and care, using true fresh and seasonal ingredients, and organic where possible.
The Artisan Baker embraces old styles of baking and cooking, with a modern twist and makes for a wholesome and indulging European experience along the busting Albert Road.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Vida e Caffé truly embodies the spirit and atmosphere of the typically European coffee shop. The simple but energetic interior reflects the buzz that can only come from an espresso.
The café serves delicious light meals that include a variety of rolls, wraps and salads with simple, yet filling and tasty ingredients. Try a wrap with slamon and mozzerella, or a freshly baked roll with chourico and egg.
There are some mouthwatering sweets on the menu including Apple Cinnamon and Lindt Chocolate muffins.
But now to the real reason for a visit, the drinks. Real arabica coffee with an intense aroma and beautiful flavour and even Lindt hot chocolate that can be combined with an espresso.
This espresso bar is a must-try.
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