Cape Town is famous for its variety of excellent eateries. And the best way to start your day, is with a delicious breakfast!

Whether your style is full English Breakfast, Mediterranean, or get-up-and-go Coffee and Croissant vibes – we have something for everyone!

Bootleggers Coffee Company – Ever popular with customers, this franchise boasts good coffee, good food and a great atmosphere. 185 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Bo Kaap Deli – In the heart of the colourful streets of Bo Kaap Heritage Area, the menu includes a variety of scrumptious breakfasts and lunches, including coffees, juices, smooties and confectioneries. Live music on weekends adds to the flare that is Cape Town City. Cnr of Church and Rose Streets, Bo Kaap, Cape Town –

Cafe Frank  – An airy, contemporary spot on Bree street, offering coffee & elevated comfort grub for breakfast & lunch. 160 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Ground Art Café – Mix coffee with culture and you have a breakfast hub with a touch of the creative. A gallery and coffee shop browse artworks and afterwards enjoy a delicious breakfast. 160 Strand St, Cape Town –

Giovanni’s Deli – One of the most popular delicatessens in Cape Town, this established “go-too” for locals alike, the choices are endless. Shop the deli and then enjoy an Italian coffee, with a hearty breakfast or lunch. A must see!  103 Main Rd, Green Point, Cape Town –

Hemelshuis – A touch of style and artisanal farm fresh food, a visit to Hemelshuis will leave you feeling imbibed. If you can’t make breakfast, join them for lunch or supper too. 71 Waterkant St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Jason’s Bakery – A coffee shop and bakery with the widest selection of breads, confectioneries and coffees – Enjoy a hearty breakfast and get ready to explore Cape Town! 83 Main Road, Green Point –

Lily’s  – Situated in Moulie Point, famous for its relaxed sea views, Lily’s unique modern menu emphasizes health and showcases fresh, locally sourced produce, without taking itself too seriously. Like the eclectic menu, decor is a whimsical combo of smart, crisp, contemporary styling with some quirky surprises. Cnr Beach Rd & Surrey Pl Shop 1, East West, Mouille Point, Cape Town –

Manna Epicure – Situated on upper Kloof Street, the passionately-crafted menu is a mix of French and South African cuisines, with an exciting new twist. Our chef has reinterpreted the classic dishes of both countries with a rustic flair. 151 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town –

Maria’s Greek Restaurant – An institution in Cape Town, this Dunkley Square eatery boasts the best breakfast Shakshuka and a famous Greek coffee – the square is also a great place to be social and enjoy the outdoor air.

Our Local @117 Kloof – An eclectic space filled with plants, Persian rugs and antique furniture! 117 Kloof is a great is a great way to explore the hidden treasures in Cape Town. Order your breakfast and peruse the antiques and decor items on sale.

The Swan Cafe – A stylish French Créperie in the heart of the Cape Town precinct. Enjoy incredible savoury or sweet crepes, excellent coffees, teas and juices in a beautifully curated blue and white space – Magnifique! Corner Buitenkant & Barrack Street, Zonnebloem, Cape Town –


Oranjezicht / Granger Bay Neighbourhood Goods Market is a feast for your senses. Open every Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 3pm, be enthused with the incredible variety of fresh produce available, including flowers, baked breads, cheeses, olives, meats, fish, teas, coffees and desserts.

And if that isn’t enough, the hot food section is second to none, with a tastes and flavors of every cuisine! Try Asian, Ethiopian, Indian, Lebanese, Greek, Italian, Vietnamese, Chinese, South African – this is a foodies dream! A healthy bar area is also available with kombucha, exotic teas, fresh fruit juices, ciders beers and gin! A perfect weekend treat! Situated opposed the V&A Waterfront the blue ocean is the perfect backdrop for this food festival!


Grand Africa Café & Beach – A golden experience, on the beach! Grand Africa Café & Beach embraces a free-spirited beach café culture, nestled poignantly on the sea-front shoreline and flaunting her majestic views of the mighty Atlantic and Robben Island. With iconic style and playful luxury, Grand captures the quintessential charm and colloquial effervescence of the bustling city vibe while offering a quaint and relaxing escape, ‘a world away’ in the heart of Cape Town’s social mile. A choice of five bars, ocean-view decks, nine private function venue areas, and on-beach dining, you’re sure to find the perfect spot to capture that unforgettable magic, that is simply Grand.V&A Waterfront, Grand Africa Café & Beach, Granger Bay 1 Haul Rd, Granger Bay Blvd, Cape Town –

Grand Pavilion – Decadent decor and tantalising dishes, the Grand Pavilion will have you feeling like you are dining on the French Riviera. Fancy cars line the street of this prominent Sea Point venue, which boasts an opulent atmosphere and a stylishly curated menu. Whether good dining or drinks – it is one of the best choices in Cape Town dining. 277 Beach Rd, Sea Point, Cape Town, 8005 –

Kloof Street House – Opulent Enchantment. At the foot of Cape Town’s vibrant Kloof Street, risen from a fairy-lit garden, lies a dining oasis. Set in a magnificent Victorian house, Kloof Street House is an experience as enigmatic as it is intimate. The grand old dame is more than just a restaurant, it is a collection of interesting rooms and spaces, each bursting with a character of its own. The venue is everything for every occasion – live jazz over Sunday lunch, romantic candle lit dinners in our dining rooms or cocktails under the trees in our garden. Delicious meals, cozy ambiance and friendly staff will make you feel right at home. 30 Kloof St, Gardens, Cape Town –

Black Sheep – If its good food that you are after Black Sheep is a firm favourite. Sporting a South American head chef and owner, the dishes are meaty, well curated and pure. Booking is essential – 104 Kloof St, Gardens, Cape Town –

Carne on Kloof – Pure Italian Meat Dishes. Naples born head chef, Georgio, is famous in Cape Town for his passion for good food. Embrace a journey of find dining with delectable meat dishes all cooked to perfection. 153 Kloof St, Gardens, Cape Town –

Saigon – A formidable Asian Restaurant, it boasts an extensive menu, which won’t disappoint. Choose from Asian, Indian and Fusion dishes.

Yen’s Vietnamese Street Food – This vibrant Vietnamese  restaurant has a lively atmosphere and is centrally located in DeWaterkant. Great  starters, mains and desserts they are a good choice for an on the go meal. 19 Dixon St, De Waterkant, Cape Town –

Café Manhattan – Entrenched as one of Cape Towns long standing colourful, good food and entertainment spots, Café Manhattan is perfectly situated on the corner of the cobblestoned Dixon & Waterkant Street. Great wrap around balcony areas, with an excellent food and drinks menu, ensure you have a wonderful experience. 74 Waterkant St, De Waterkant, Cape Town –

Villa 47 – In the heart of the city this cosmopolitan 3 floor culinary concept restaurant is always vibing! Home of Locanda and Martini Terrazza this Mediterranean and Italian style spot promises to provide you with a wonderful evening in the city! 47 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Utopia – Winner of the top 5 rooftop restaurant in Africa, with it’s sweeping panoramic views of the city, stadium and waterfront, and its decadent menu – this is a fine dining experience at its best! 15th Floor, 40 Chiappini St, De Waterkant, Cape Town –


Asoka – Asoka is a restaurant and bar where leisure meets mystique. As table mountain towers over our roof, the deck is the perfect spot to unwind and watch Kloof Street spill down from our doorstep. Inside our unassuming shell, in the glow of candlelight – that’s where the magic happens; where food awakens the senses and cocktails keep them enticed. Asoka is the playground of celebration and the home of the city’s most seductive house music. 68 Kloof St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001 –

The Athletic Club & Social – A three story bar set in an old Victorian building, this lively location offers tapas and drinks either in the cosy corners of the dimly lit bar or on the balcony overlooking panoramic mountains. 35 Buitengracht Street, CBD – FBAthletic & Social

Blondies – A franchise of the extremely successful JHB branch, it’s become a favourite local hangout, with its friendly environment, Mediterranean-inspired food and affordable prices. Plus it has great vegan and vegetarian options. The vibe is so cool, you’ll want to stay all night. Kloof Street Cape Town.

Cabo Beach Club – Spend the day relaxing on the beach for a sumptuous lunch or dinner under the African sky. This is the more casual dining option at Cabo, offering pizzas, sushi and razzle into the night! 12 S Arm Rd, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002 –

La ParadaCool cocktails and tantalising tapas is what La Parada is famous for. This Bree Street forerunner with its bustling interior, overflows onto the street, where jovial visitors dot the pavement with shared plates and tipples to wind down the work day. We’ve never had a dull time at La Parada! We also recommend visiting their Constantia restaurant with spectacular views across Constantia Valley. 107 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Tigers MilkTigers Milk is a well loved spot for Cape Town locals and has a bar and restaurant a mere 5 minute walk from the Royal Boutique Hotel on the Camps Bay strip as well as a lively bar nestled in the heart of Cape Town’s trendy Kloof Street. Take your pick or better yet, visit both! 55 Kloof St, Gardens and 33 Victoria Road, Camps Bay –

The Gin BarHidden behind the Honest Chocolate factory lives the pocket-sized secret Gin Bar. Sip on a delicious drink under fairy lights, in their quaint and romantic courtyard. This is one of Cape Town’s little secrets and a great after dinner spot for a night cap. 64A Wale St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town –

Zsa Zas – For an opulent night out Zsa Zsa Restaurant’s namesake – think swanky double-volume eatery and bar. Complete with sparkling crystal chandelier, the rich velvet booths lining chic bare brick walls downstairs, and the well-lit cocktail lounge upstairs where the barmen bounce to the beat from the DJ booth, it epitomises glamour. Enjoy a glamorous night out with fiery, attention-grabbing cocktails, surprise performances and the decadent French, Italian and Mediterranean-style menu.  101 Hout Street, Cape Town –