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Milk and Honey Bar (Cape Town)

2 Reviews
Coffee, Light meals, Modern, Tapas
Phone Number 0874700160 Opening Hours

Sunday to Thursday 12noon to 10pm; Friday to Saturday 12noon till late

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Details

Cost
R100 avg main meal
Food
Coffee, Light meals, Modern, Tapas
Cost
R100 avg main meal
Ambience
Bar scene, Business meetings, Groups, Special occasions
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Cocktails, Dinner, Food, Lunch, Serves food

Owner's description

Milk and Honey is an elegant cocktail bar with Parisian flair, conveniently situated on the corner of Bree Street and Hans Strijdom Avenue in the heart of the banking district. Indulge in hand-crafted designer cocktails, fine single malts and champagnes, or enjoy a glass of wine accompanied by a freshly prepared meal or snack from the chef-inspired bar menu.

They have different in-house DJs playing throughout the week while customers eat and drink. There's also a live jazz night on Wednesdays, which is fast becoming the new hotspot for world-class jazz musicians. It's also a great spot to start off your First Thursdays.

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User reviews

2 Reviews
    This place has Such a good vibe, the staff are great. awesome offerings on the drinks and love the food.
    The average main costs over (well) R240. You cab guy a burger R90, fish and chips for R105 but the burger was cardboard dry, 1.2" thick burnt dry with something else (worse) as a side plate. All 3 patrons who ate fish prayed to last it through the night. The trick is to eat at the pizza place next door and move across for the jazz which was not bad at all. What the price of the drinks as well, it a place, not for the meek. One dish, a simple macaroni pie, (probably bought at Game for r20, selling at R120 + R200 if they put a slice of lobster on it - holy moly, dried out lobster on a macaroni that was harder to cut than cardboard. I watched as the other 15 customers squinted at the prices but only when I saw the horrified faced as they started to try their food did I cheer up a bit.

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