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Schoon

Schoon
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Cost
R70 avg main meal
Ambience
Comfy & casual, Family friendly
Food
Bakery fare, Café fare, Deli fare, Light meals, Pizzas
Payment
Mastercard, Visa

Owners description

Popular artisan eatery SCHOON has relaunched in Somerset West, with a return to its core values and first loyal customers. The move comes after a strategic restructuring by husband and wife team Fritz and Chanelle Schoon, who recently closed doors at their central Stellenbosch address, after seven successful years of serving an expanding range of real food products.

User reviews

  • The new spot is tiny and extremely cramped inside. In fact everything is tiny ... tiny coffee cups, tiny water glasses, tiny portions, tiny menu selection but big prices. My latte was unfortunately cold. There is a small outside area but unless you want to breath in carbon monoxide from the busy road and robots, I'd wait in the queue to get an inside table. Terribly disappointing as we so loved the Stellenbosch vibe. Pity but I do wish them well.
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  • Typical Stellenbosch, the ambiance is wonderful thanks the the European street feel when sitting down for a coffee and watching the people and cars pass. Typical however also to Cape Town, service isn't great, they are busy and you wait, always something to get used to at the coast. The food was wonderful, we had breakfast and I would suggest building your own, they had it spot-on with lovely fresh bread and eggs prepared quite to perfection. Great little Stellies gem.
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  • Shocking service. Should close its doors.
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  • What a lovely place with excellent service and the best coffee in Stellenbosch. Wonderful ambience and bread to die for! Our first but not our last visit. Try the chocolate bread sticks! Danie and Suzette
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  • Very well situated little restaurant, honesty there is no negative things about this little place except the food takes long sometimes bu what do you expect everything is made from scratch even the bread is made in the restaurant. I would definitely recommend this little place to anyone who loves a delicious breakfast and supporting home made cuisine.
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  • Hard boiled scotched egg.. Ice cold! Really? Besides that nice place.

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  • This place has a seriously stinky attitude to service. Visited as a family (only two of us had been before) and the waiter couldn't wait to rush through our orders even though none of us had a chance to read the menu (no doubt the rain outside and the long queue contributed to his demeanour). In the bathroom I was greeted by a very unpleasant smell and a waitress who looked me up and down while I washed my hands. At one point during our meal a waitress swooped past and leaned over us to pull a cup of sugar/sweeteners off the middle of our table, without saying a word. The best part was when we paid our bill, dawdled for 2 minutes and were asked to leave by a waitress (apparently on behalf of the manager). He/she obviously didn't have the guts to ask us personally. Will never return. Pity because the coffee was nice. The owner needs to go back to Ile de Pain in Knysna to remember what service is about.

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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Breakfast
  • Dog-friendly
  • Food
  • Live entertainment
  • Lunch
  • Parking
  • Serves food
  • Smoking
  • Takeaways
  • Wheelchair
  • WiFi

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