This small museum provides some insight into the lifestyle of a prosperous 19th-century Cape Muslim family, and a somewhat idealised...
Gamidah Jacobs grew up in the Bo-Kaap and lives in one of district's oldest houses. She's a wonderful guide to the area and conducts...
Part of the Capetonian trend of combining motorbike/bicycle works with a coffee shop, Los Muertos is a curious, hipster neighbour for...
Branch of the ace fully vegan cafe.
34 Dorp St · interesting places nearby
Auwal Mosque information
Built in 1789, this is the oldest place of Islamic worship in South Africa, established by Iman Abdullah Kadi Salaam, an Indonesian prince who served time on Robben Island where he wrote three copies of the Koran from memory. The mosque is closed to visitors, but is accessible on a tour with Gamidah Jacobs of Lekka Kombuis .