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The Birdcage

1 Review
Bakery fare, Café fare, Coffee, Light meals
Phone Number 0218829790 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch

Breakfast: Mondays to Saturdays 9am to 12noon

Lunch: Mondays to Fridays 12noon to 4pm

Menu

Menu - The Birdcage Menu - Updated April 2018
PDF - Winter menu April 2016

Details

Cost
R80 avg main meal
Food
Bakery fare, Café fare, Coffee, Light meals
Corkage
R40
Cost
R80 avg main meal
Ambience
Groups, Quick meals
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Facilities
Accepts credit cards, Beer served, Breakfast, Fireplace, Food, Licensed, Lunch, Reservations recommended, Serves food, Takeaways

Owner's description

The Birdcage is a beautiful little shop nestled in the De Wet Square in Stellenbosch. Join them for scrumptuous breakfasts, light lunches and a wide selection of cakes, cupcakes, bars, slices and homemade sweets. They also offer a small but exclusive selection of beautiful homeware and gift items as well as a gift wrapping service.

Their venue is small, therefore they cater for groups of 8 to 10 people maximum. Booking is essential for tables of 6 or more guests. They also specialise in baking delicious wedding cakes. Email them with your details and they will schedule a consultation and decadent cake tasting with you.

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User reviews

1 Review
    Came to sit down alone for a light lunch in the streets of beautiful stellenbosch on the veranda of the birdcage A sweet little place at first glance The menu abrubt but intriguing looked perfect with light salads breads pitas and wraps alike The pita with hummus roast tomato and chicken came to my table and i took the first bite of what was a great disappointment. Soggy underseasoned hummus with no hint of lemon or salt or pepper just watery bland chick peas grinded to a wet pulp which also made the pita bread soggy. The so called roast tomatoes had no sugar or salt or garlic or olive oil or even a raost of any kind. The brilliant hot chocolate with a shot espresso however saved the day. Chefs TASTE YOUR FOOD

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