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Heidelberg Coffee Shop restaurant
Perched next a canal that runs through the town of Heidelberg, Ann De Kanel Restaurant draws out the day with wonderful food, personal service and the best coffees straight from the house of coffees.
Delight in the velvety explosion of freshly baked cheesecake, homemade lunches and delicious juicy steaks.
Whether indulging in sweet delights or filling up on a hearty snack, Ann De Kanel will warm your taste buds in a cosy laid back atmosphere.
Hermanus Coffee Shop restaurant
Anya’s Mum is tucked away on a narrow street in Hermanus. If not for the brightly coloured building one might not notice it, but once inside you are enveloped by the homely coffee shop style and aroma of freshly baked and prepared foods.
This mother and daughter team have been running for a few years and just seem to add that family feel to their establishment. One of the things they agree on is that they are serious about coffee.
Pop in for a home-made breakfast – hot, hot, hot and extremely fresh – and your daily dose of caffeine. Cut into a fresh quiche for lunch! The menu changes daily and is filled with the spontaneous creations of this duo. They offer occasional dinners and specials are regularly offered, such as pizza night or set menu dishes.
The back garden is a great place to hide from the outside world on a hot day. Truly a lovely setting and atmosphere!
Trading hours are from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday and from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturdays. The establishment only accepts cash payments.
Queenswood Coffee Shop restaurant
Charming and bright, this warm and friendly establishment provides the perfect setting for unwinding and dining.
Enjoy morsels of delight such as onion soup loaded with fresh thyme, rump strips and salads straight out of the garden dressed in buttermilk and Parmesan dressing.
Savour this with an oven hot seed loaf and beef fillet sushi dusted with oregano, Parmesan, orange zest and a splash of raspberry vinegar.
Unwind and absorb the contented chatter over breakfast or lunch at Aquila Corner in Queenswood.
Upington Coffee Shop restaurant
Arabesque is a quaint little coffee shop and cafeteria to visit for a light lunch and some delicious treats in the tea garden. Kick off your day with an Arabesque breakfast, followed by some delightful lunch items such as pastas, bobotie and lasagna. Pair your coffee and tea with something sweet from the selection of home-baked cakes and tarts.
Hillcrest European restaurant
This fine bistro restaurant boasts rare classic dishes reflecting various influences from around the globe.
Gracing an elegant ambience bursting with a fusion of flavours, Aubergine and Andreotti’s offer bistro dining at its best.
The décor embraces a contemporary setting perfect for languid lunches and decadently elegant dinners.
Sandton European restaurant
A well known landmark and favourite meeting place for diners, Baglio’s Café embraces delectable delights in the form of European style pizzas and ultimate Italian indulgence.
Casual yet chic, the ambiance is warm and classic Italian with a hint of cosmopolitan. The extensive menu is well catered for with complimenting local and international estate wines.
Situated on the corner of Nelson Mandela Square, diners experience quality value for money cuisine and the art of indulging at Baglio’s Café.
Howick Coffee Shop restaurant
This small family run coffee chop and deli offers value for money food and a large variety on the menu. Internet access and amazing coffee ensures that this is a hot spot for regulars and tourists alike. Enjoy a filling all-day breakfast, great lunches (even packed school lunches for the kids), and convenient take-aways. Local ingredients, family recipes and farm-style friendliness awaits.
Stellenbosch European restaurant
Set in scenic Stellenbosch and fusing both modern and traditional Cape cuisines, Barouche Restaurant is a must-try dining experience.Barouche provides delightful dining whatever the weather, with a terrace overlooking vineyards for warm summer days or a warm and welcoming inside area for the colder wintertime.Serving the finest of South African as well as international cuisine and using the freshest seasonal ingredients, Barouche is a wonderfully versatile and accommodating place to dine.
Paarl Coffee Shop restaurant
This fun artsy coffee house is situated in Paarl and serves light snacky meals and delectable aromatic coffee straight from Ethiopia. Being a florist, a gift shop and a quirky bistro and restaurant in one lends it a unique vibe so akin to this part of the world.
Port Edward Coffee Shop restaurant
Located on the rolling foothills overlooking Port Edward, Beaver Creek Coffee Estate wraps the palate in silky smooth fine coffees, light lunches and delicious cakes.
Using only the highest quality beans, grown locally and noted as some of the world’s finest coffee, coffee lovers indulge in the unique blend of quality beans from crop to cup.
Colesberg Coffee Shop restaurant
Bordeaux Coffee Shop is located in Colesberg's historic Church Street. Guests will delight in the light meals, including traditional Karoo cuisine on offer here. Enjoy the tranquil garden setting.
Cape Town Coffee Shop restaurant
Tucked away along Spin Street this New York/London establishment boasts hearty fare and ‘to die for’ buffet lunches in a down to earth and relaxed interior.
The chalked up menu boasts Origin coffees, light meals, sumptuous breakfasts, enjoyed at leisure with a newspaper or dashing in just before work.
Bredasdorp Coffee Shop restaurant
Linger over lunch or start the day with a mouthwatering country breakfast - A myriad of dining choices awaits you when visiting this establishment.
The café style breakfast setting makes an ideal way to begin the day on the sun drenched veranda, shaded by parasols watching the bustling town square wake to the smell of the blossoming roses in the garden.
Or if chic inspired surrounding capture the mood, dine within the dining lounge surrounded by rustic brick walls adorned with black and white photographs and a French inspired chandelier next to the crackling winter fire.
Comfy couches and frothy cappuccinos make ideal spots for lazy papers or a good book while small tables scattered here and there invite intimate conversation alfresco on the secluded courtyard.
Margate European restaurant
This beautiful, unique restaurant's eclectic shabby chic feel evokes a feeling of Old World romance that complements the French-inspired gourmet dishes on a seasonal menu. Daily specials on food and decor are quite a treat, so whether it is a flavourful, melt-in-your-mouth meal, a painting or your chair you want to purchase, you will be spoilt for choice.
East London Coffee Shop restaurant
This is a super place for the whole family. This farm keeps the children entertained by allowing them to feed animals such as donkeys, rabbits, goats and geese, to name a few. Meanwhile mom and dad can relax in the tea garden with an ocean view and enjoy a bite to eat. The farm is also available for children’s parties and school outings and catering is available.
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