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Copperleaf Café

Copperleaf Café
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Cost
R150 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Kids, Views
Food
Café fare, Light meals, Pizzas, Steak, Vegetarian
Payment
Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
R100 (wine); R150 (champagne)

Critic's review

Hennie Fisher

Clubhouse type restaurants are rarely fun and exciting eateries, but Copperleaf, operated by CL Golf Catering, is different. The restaurant is vibey and fun, to the extent that the children may be a distraction for some, but if you book ahead and ask for one of the side booths, you could ensure a little bit of privacy.

Food
This is an all-day operation, so in addition to a good selection of breakfasts, they also offer light meals, sandwiches, salads such as the Parma and pear salad, and a fairly easy-eating dinner menu. Starters include trinchado with toasted baguette, pasta dishes such as bacon and shrimp or brinjal and zucchini, pizzas, burgers, schnitzels, steaks, calamari, pork ribs all served with a good selection of side items. One can also choose items to create your own platter.

Drinks
The wine list comprises three Champagnes from Mumm, various SA MCC’s such as L’Ormarins and Krone, and then on to a small but nice selection of still wines, such as Warwick First Lady and of course some Ernie Else wines such as the Big Easy range.

Service
The management and wait staff are hands-on and attentive. They need to keep their wits about them on a busy night – they host a weekly Quiz-night, which is well-supported by the residents, and is quite a fun night out.

Ambience
High ceilings with exposed beams, neutral colours and attractive textures contribute to an atmosphere that is far less clubhouse and much more modern home. On their quiz nights they have specials available such as seafood paella, but the take-out section of this business is booming – people come in to collect food all the time, and what is better than tasty food on your doorstep at a fair price.

Best for...
Good value for money food and a taste of estate living.

(2018)

Eat Out critics dine anonymously and pay for their meals in full. Read our editorial policy here.

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  • Service
  • Food
  • Hennie Fisher

    Clubhouse type restaurants are rarely fun and exciting eateries, but Copperleaf, operated by CL Golf Catering, is different. The restaurant is vibey and fun, to the extent that the children may be a distraction for some, but if you book ahead and ask for one of the side booths, you could ensure a little bit of privacy.

    Food
    This is an all-day operation, so in addition to a good selection of breakfasts, they also offer light meals, sandwiches, salads such as the Parma and pear salad, and a fairly easy-eating dinner menu. Starters include trinchado with toasted baguette, pasta dishes such as bacon and shrimp or brinjal and zucchini, pizzas, burgers, schnitzels, steaks, calamari, pork ribs all served with a good selection of side items. One can also choose items to create your own platter.

    Finally, on their quiz nights they have specials available such as seafood paella, but the take-out section of this business is booming – people come in to collect food all the time, and what is better than tasty food on your doorstep at a fair price.

    Drinks
    The wine list comprises three Champagnes from Mumm, various SA MCC’s such as L’Ormarins and Krone, and then on to a small but nice selection of still wines, such as Warwick First Lady and of course some Ernie Else wines such as the Big Easy range.

    Service
    The management and wait staff are hands-on and attentive. They need to keep their wits about them on a busy night – they host a weekly Quiz-night, which is well-supported by the residents, and is quite a fun night out.

    Ambience
    High ceilings with exposed beams, neutral colours and attractive textures contribute to an atmosphere that is far less clubhouse and much more modern home.

    Best for...
    Good value for money food and a taste of estate living

    (2018)

     

    Eat Out critics dine anonymously and pay for their meals in full. Read our editorial policy here.

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User reviews

  • So the cafe has undergone a few changes over the past few months including not only the deco, but the food is now great, Pizzas are so light, crispy and yummy and they have specials too! The music makes you feel like you are on holiday with a good mix and the cocktails, cakes and ice creams just end it off on a great note.
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  • The new menu was recently launched, we found some items very expensive. I had a really nice and tasty sandwhich, which doesn’t get served with any side dishes, so that was a bit disappointing when considering the price. The pizza my husband had was not great, it could have done with loads more toppings. Service was slow. The view is great and the ambience is nice and relaxing.
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  • The views overlooking the golf course are amazing. I could spend an entire afternoon here. Their cappuccinos are great, love it. I had the haloumi and i enjoyed it. Service is a bit slow.
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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Breakfast
  • Child friendly
  • Dinner
  • Food
  • Licensed
  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Serves food
  • Smoking
  • Takeaways
  • Vegetarian
  • WiFi

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