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Jarryds (Sea Point)

6 Reviews
Coffee, Fine-dining food, Light meals
Phone Number 0607480145 Opening Hours

Monday to Sunday 7am to 4pm (coffee bar closes at 4.30pm)

Menu

Menu - JARRYDS  Menu - Updated February 2018  

Details

Cost
R100 avg main meal
Food
Coffee, Fine-dining food, Light meals
Corkage
R60 per bottle
Cost
R100 avg main meal
Ambience
Business meetings, Groups, Quick meals
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Breakfast, Child friendly, Food, Functions, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Takeaways, WiFi

Location and contact

90 Regent Road Sea Point, Cape Town

Critic's review

  • Ambience
  • Service
  • Food

Lynda Ingham-Brown

This vibey café is a popular spot; get there early for a quick breakfast to avoid the queues, or settle in for a leisurely lunch.

Food
There are myriad breakfast options available here, from sweet options such as milk and honey panna cotta, overnight oats with apple and cinnamon, and smoothie bowls. Eggs can be ordered any way you like them with a choice of sides, or go for eggs Benedict the traditional way, or with smoked salmon, sautéed artichokes and mushrooms, or brisket. There are also omelettes, various toasts and toppings, and waffles and pancakes. A specialty breakfast section offers the likes of breakfast bruschetta with streaky bacon, avocado, a tomato-and-Spanish onion salsa, basil pesto and a poached egg, and a summer quinoa breakfast bowl. Lunch runs the gamut from salads, fish tacos, and pasta, to wraps and burgers. Sides such as rustic cut fries with aioli, fully loaded fries with wasabi Japanese mayo, sweet chilli and firecracker prawn bites round out the options.

Drinks
Coffee, tea, fresh juices (you can also make your own), smoothies, milkshakes, wine, sparkling wine, spirits and cocktails ensure that there’s something for everyone.

Service
Snappy and enthusiastic.

Ambience
Modern décor makes the most of the light-filled space. Canine friends on leashes are welcome at the coffee bar at the entrance.

Best for...
A great vibe and brilliant breakfasts, or for settling in over a leisurely lunch.

(2018)

 

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User reviews

6 Reviews
    Jarryd's has the ultra cool hipster aesthetic down to a fine art. From the minute you step in, the chic lighting and muted grey tones indicates you're in for an Instagram friendly excursion. But I wasn't here for the 'gram, I was here to eat! Their food menu is good, but hipster and predictable. A number of the usual suspects abound including burgers with hand cut chips and aioli, beer battered fish, brisket, overnight oats, etc. This is not a bad thing, it's just not new. All of their food was fabulous! I loved the hit of horseradish in the brisket, and the chips were gorgeously crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside! The pancake stack was good, but a bit too cakey, however, the sauce, which tasted like an incredible creme patissiere, was the star of the dish! Be sure to order the Candy Floss Cosmo, it comes with a dramatic pouring ceremony that'll be sure to get you plenty of likes on the 'gram!
    I really love the look and feel of this place
    Superb service - our order was taken efficiently and the food arrived within a few minutes which was excellent. The decor was simple and effective. The food was delicious and the serving size was well proportioned; the espresso butter on the banana bread was a wonderful touch. Only downsides are the noise (if you are not a fan of that) and it was a little bit too pricey for the serving size.

    This place pumps on Saturday and Sunday mornings, but they're also open for dinner, and we finally decided to pay them a visit on Saturday night. It was slightly quieter (a good thing - it can get loud in the mornings when full) but the draped lightbulbs and hip decor ensured there was still some ambience. We had three tapas dishes: the bao - buns themselves a little chewy, but good pork belly; the beef shortrib tacos (could use a bit more flavour contrast - so many ingredient but flavour still somehow lacking) and the steak tartare. The tartare was the real winner - genuinely delicious, sweet, mustardy and cleverly served with house made potato chips. (Great for glutards like me!) We actually also ordered another dish, but the kitchen forgot, which we were grateful for, because the portions are quite large for tapas.

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