Archive | May, 2010

W Café

W Café

I wouldn’t usually opt for the shopping centre sit-down coffee experience and I am sure there are a number of you who would agree. Sure, it can be a handy rest for your aching feet during Christmas shopping and yes, the coffee might supply you with the necessary fuel to get that last present you […]

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Bean There Coffee Company

Bean There Coffee Company

Exciting things are happening on Stanley Avenue. Haven’t heard about it yet? Where have you been? This Avenue is home to a place called Bean There and it is filled with a team of people who are serious about coffee. Single origin, optimally roasted, fair trade, organic, exclusive, African coffee to be specific. Brainchild of […]

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The Daily Deli

The Daily Deli

It’s the kind of place you find by mistake. A well kept secret, nestled away on a street of beautiful Victorian semi-detached houses. The deli itself is probably the same size as your bathroom at home but all the magic happens in the kitchen downstairs. The seating is all outdoors. A handful of two-seater tables […]

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Loading Bay

Loading Bay

We think Loading Bay is hot, hot, hot and we aren’t the only ones. The New York Times recently mentioned them as one of the top twelve fashion, food and design spots to visit in Cape Town. And it isn’t difficult to understand why. Situated on Hudson Street in De Waterkant, Loading Bay is a […]

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Mill Coffee House, Stellenbosch

Mill Coffee House, Stellenbosch

Down on the corner of Dorp and Mill, in the picturesque ‘City of Oaks’, is where you will find the Mill Coffee House. It hasn’t always been there though. Not too long ago it was filled with the delights of the Acropolis Café, a typical Greek corner shop. Arno Zacharias, owner of the Mill Coffee […]

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Cookshop

Cookshop

Although it’s still a relatively new kid on the Cape Town coffee block, Cookshop has made its mark. Situated on Hatfield Street, opposite Cape Town High School, this little spot has a lot to offer. Open for breakfast and lunch, Cookshop offers a selection of hearty and wholesome fare. While this is standard issue for […]

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Lindile Ndzaba

Lindile works his magic at &Union on Bree Street. His coffee journey began early in 2009 and he says that it is going strong. I love what I do. I do it with passion. He has earned the title of head barista and takes great pride in what he does. He is the epitome of […]

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