South Africa Restaurants South Africa Overview
South Africa based on 2 Reviews 4.5
- 20 - 40 people
- Coffee Shop
Emmarentia Coffee Shop restaurant
This quaint coffee shop and bistro offers value-for-money meals. Great breakfasts, light meals and especially their freshly baked breads all form part of a well thought out menu. The restaurant regularly hosts baking lessons and events, so watch out for those. Wi-Fi is available throughout. They also provide catering and the venue is available for private functions.
Stellenbosch Coffee Shop restaurant
Green Gates is a relaxed, quaint little spot that offers a delicious lunch buffet. All the dishes are freshly made on the day and only the freshest ingredients are used. The menu is seasonal ensuring the best flavours and the best quality. Enjoy one of the delicious wines on offer with your meal - even take a bottle or two home with you. There is also a list of dishes and cakes that diners can order in advance.
Century City Coffee Shop restaurant
Sinful, as the name suggests, is the word that comes to mind. This beautifully presented little coffee shop reminds of everything indulgent.
The delectable coffees, imported all the way from Ethiopia, are definitely the focus point and highlight. The Scuro Blend from Illy is served and is a dark roast with hints of caramel - a must-try.
For the peckish, Love, Revenge, Cappucino serves freshly made pancakes, mouthwatering sandwiches and a huge selection of wicked cakes and cupcakes.
Be sure to try the selection of gelato, preferably in a divine sugar cone.
Love, Revenge, Cappucino - the name says it all.
Claremont Indian restaurant
This small, quaint restaurant serves delicious Indian cuisine in an unpretentious, yet warm and homely, setting. Add attentive, quick service and you can be sure of a diamond in the ruff.
The menu offers everything you would expect of an Indian restaurant, but the dishes have a distinct South African twist to them. A favourite is the classic Butter Chicken, melt-in your-mouth chicken smothered in a mild, creamy sauce infused with just the right amount of spices. For the more adventurous there is the Durban Lamb Curry, a bit hotter than most. Seafood lovers can enjoy a delectable prawn curry and the Tandoori Chicken is a must. The dishes are served with soft, fluffy, aromatic rice and the traditional sambals.
Finish your meal with a proudly South African malva pudding, just to add to the decadent flavours.
Perima's is open for dinner on Sundays and Mondays and for lunch and dinner from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Claremont Coffee Shop restaurant
Utoo Café offers a laid-back atmosphere in the midst of busy Claremont. High service standards and great hospitality make this trendy little restaurant stand out from the rest.
Utoo has their own unique blend of coffee comprising five carefully selected beans from around the world. The beans are specially roasted to perfection by a Cape Town based company. The baristas here are well trained and passionate, and this shines through in the service.
The menu is simple but well thought out and all the familiar favourites can be found here. Try a delicious toasted sarmie or a simple breakfast. If you're in the mood for something more adventurous, there is the chicken and prawn pasta, sautéed chicken and tiger prawns on linguine pasta, tossed in lemon and served with parmesan and a basil sauce or the delicious butter chicken, boneless chicken smothered in a creamy, spiced yogurt marinade served with a roti or portion of rice.
All dishes are Halaal and the café offers free Wi-Fi.
Somerset West Coffee Shop restaurant
Great fresh produce is used to serve up light meals for breakfast and lunch. The food is simple but tasty and extremely well priced. If you want an experience that is just that little bit different than your everyday eatery or coffee shop, you will certainly appreciate the setting.
Cape Town Coffee Shop restaurant
Yours Truly combines a few very interesting concepts and ideas. First you have your Old World feel interior with wooden shelves, some antiques and the old-fashioned bicycles blocking the entrance; secondly you've got modern fittings and a light-filled space; thirdly it marries the old school idea of socializing in a diner slash coffee shop with the new school idea of self-awareness through art and lifestyle.
What a place....
This unique quirky eatery is the ideal place to get together with friends, have a coffee and a sandwich by yourself or just admiring the artwork it promotes. Gourmet sarmies are available all day on freshly baked breads and baguettes.
This little gem is worth a try, even if you just go check it out.
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