Diane de Beer
In the morning, there’s traditional breakfast and a quality omelette with white cheddar and tomato pesto, but you could also indulge in a stack of French toast with berries, a breakfast braaibroodjie or a boerie.
For lunch, the hamburgers reign supreme (with BBQ, falafel and banting options available), or go a different route with traditional bobotie or a Middle Eastern falafel bowl with falafel balls, homemade chakalaka, beetroot mayo, salsa and avo, a salad for two or toasties. It’s not a huge selection but it is all delicious, with some sweet pastries added as an accompaniment for the quality coffees.
The wine list is short and sweet, while much attention is given to café favourites like smoothies and gourmet shakes. There are also freshly squeezed juices, some non-alcoholic and alcoholic cocktails, beers and ciders.
There’s a relaxed atmosphere with excellent service.
It’s a great space outside, hidden from view and thus secluded. There’s free WiFi if you want to spend some time working or catching up on social media. Otherwise, this is where you can spend an afternoon catching up with an old friend without being hurried.
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