Liquorice & Lime
This estate is the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape. In 2015 the front lawn of the estate was being temporary used...
De Waal Park
This leafy park, named in honour of former Cape Town mayor Christiaan de Waal, is much patronised by dog owners. Between December and...
Blah Blah Bar
Working in conjunction with Erdmann Contemporary , who allow their upstairs gallery to be used for some of the bar's concerts, and with...
Come for a deliciously simple breakfast or lunch, or for late-afternoon cocktails and tapas on the veranda of this white-box cafe. The...
162 Kloof St · interesting places nearby
Liquorice & Lime information
Pause at this convivial gourmet deli on your way from climbing up or down Table Mountain or Lion’s Head. The French toast with grilled banana is yummy, and they have baked goods and sandwiches.