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&Union

&Union

A place we love is &Union on Bree Street. Why do we love it? Well, there are a host of reasons. It could be because of the super cool interior and the people that fill it. Perhaps it is the selection of cured meats, grilled sausages and Prego rolls. It could be the array of […]

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Cafe Frank

When a coffee shop or restaurant undergoes a name change it’s only natural to assume that the ownership has changed too.  But when such a space changes its name for other reasons, all of which are positive, it’s good to know what it’s all about. In May, Bree Street’s Rotisserie 360 undertook the new title […]

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Escape Caffe

“What do I want to do and where do I want to live?” were the questions Lameen Abdul-Malik, owner of Escape Caffe and Nobel Peace Prize winner, found himself asking. The answers were simple enough. “Coffee and Cape Town.” His little coffee spot on Bree Street opened last September but the dream was born many […]

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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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Rotisserie 360

A craving for roast chicken has to be amongst the most difficult to deny. Once it has made its way into your mind there is no going back. Try as you may to fight it, substitution merely leaves your taste buds in an insatiable state of despair. The chick can be quite the tease. There […]

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