Knead (Kloof Street)

5 Reviews
Bakery fare, Bistro fare
Phone Number 0214241666 Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday 7am – 9pm; Sunday 8am – 4pm

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Menu - Knead Menu - Updated January 2018 Knead drinks menu - Updated January 2018


R65 avg main
Bakery fare, Bistro fare
R65 avg main
Coffee, Groups, Quick meals
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Alfresco, Beer served, Breakfast, Child friendly, Food, Licensed, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, Takeaways, Vegetarian

Owner's description

Knead is an artisan bakery and neighbourhood café. This bakery cafe offers baked bread, pastries and confectionery on-site, every day, using traditional techniques to ensure that customers get everything oven-fresh. The Knead bakery cafés offer a simple, but versatile menu that uses only wholesome, local ingredients served in a relaxed, rustic setting. Started in 2006 with the first bakery café in Wembley Square, Knead has since expanded to add more outlets across the Cape Town area.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    Best spot for breakfast, lunch or an early dinner. The food quality and portions are generous and tasty. Staff are friendly. Location in the city is great.
    Excellent breakfast! Also great burgers. Lovely ambience. The service was a little slow on the Saturday morning we visited as the restaurant was quite full. Will definately return!
    Always a solid choice; love this place!
    Completely partied out, all I wanted was a toasted chicken mayo sandwich after a big night out. I remembered having a good one before and proceeded to order the toasted red pepper pesto chicken mayo sandwich. The waitress suggested that I have it on the sour dough bread. I was all up for that as long as they removed the tomato. Well hey presto! The sandwich arrives on brown bread (fine, but why did you suggest something that you weren’t going to give me anyway) and with tomato not only in the sandwich but in the side salad as well. And to top it all off- who puts cucumber in a toasted sandwich? Ever? What has happened to the Cape Town standards of food and service that I was always welcomed home to? So disappointing and surprising in the middle of season. I guess I’ll just stay home and cook next time.
    Hi..first time at Knead Kloof street..ordered the Caesar salad for lunch,chicken extremly dry and the bacon was not crisp but chewey..the dish was bland and not tasty ,although the helping was ample! I have had better salads in Bloemfontein!
    Come on get it right..its a salad,its not difficult..maybe you need a good dressing and moist and flavoursim chicken!
    I just returned from Namibia and had a chicken salad in a place called Omururu in the middle of nowhere,wow did they make a good chick salad,yes they did..because they cooked the chick breast fresh while waited ,,and then sliced it.tasty all the way!5 stars to them!

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