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Kirstenbosch’s best dining option...
This 250-year-old farmhouse has a scenic setting beside interesting craft stalls and a kids’ playground, and serves everything from breakfast to fillet steak...
Robert Mulders’ brings his personable restaurant skills and famous double-baked cheese soufflé to the elegant surrounds of this Sir Herbert Baker–designed building...
Old Lola has traded her hippy veggie past for a trendier look and meatier menu. The vibe remains relaxed and the breakfasts, including sweetcorn fritters and eggs Benedict, are still good...
Few proprietors nwork as hard as Chris Lazari to be friendly to their customers who, understandably, are a loyal bunch. It’s buzzy, gay-friendly and great for brunch or an indulgent moment over coffee and cake...
Pay by weight for the delicious breakfast and lunch buffets (R17.50 per 100g) then browse the grocery shelves for picnic fare or gourmet gifts...
There’s a stunning view of Chapman’s Peak from the stoop of this historic property at the heart of Imhoff Farm. It’s a lovely place to enjoy an all-day breakfast (R68...
In front of the Alphen hotel, this is an appealing dining spot both inside and out for breakfast, lunch or a snack. Treat yourself to a five-star brekkie with champers (R250) or one of their speciality leaf teas (R20).
Still setting the standard for relaxed rustic cafes by the sea, Olympia bakes its own breads and pastries on the premises. It’s great for breakfast, and its Mediterranean-influenced lunch dishes are delicious, too.
The local surfers’ favourite hang-out is a great place for a hearty eggs on toast–type breakfast or lunch. Local art exhibitions enliven the walls and there’s a dramatic chandelier dangles from the ceiling.
A foodie’s delight, there’s a casual deli-cafe on the ground floor and an arty restaurant upstairs with a balcony overlooking Simon Town’s main drag. Sample gourmet sandwiches or their homemade ice creams.
Behind Kalk Bay Books, Annex is yet another great option for all-day-dining, offering a tempting menu running from French toast, croissants, bacon and maple syrup to quiches, salads and more substantial mains.
The sophisticated, rustic style (think milk-bottle crate seats in a grand old Dutch building) of this delightful cafe matches its artisanal food, including delicious homemade pies, strudels and chunky scones.
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.
Grab a smoothie, power blend or caffeinated beverage plus sandwiches and deli goods to enjoy along Mouille Point prom or in Green Point Park. There’s a sit down cafe too with plenty of outdoor tables.
Muffins that could feed a small family and other delectable baked goods and desserts are the forte of this luxe-design cafe offering ‘easy eating’ – a hit Jo’burg concept imported to the Mother City.
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