When you’re exploring the city and the need for a coffee break hits, these are our favourite places to visit for a delicious coffee and sweet treat.
Ground Art Caffe
Ground Art Caffe offers a mixture of the creative activities of Barista, Chef and Art Curator, each being treated with equal admiration and attention to detail. Ground’s unique Ethiopian and Brazilian 100% Arabica coffee is sourced and roasted using only triple crown beans and 4th wave methods to create healthy, naturally sweet and most significantly, fresh coffee. Extracted and poured with skill, Ground coffee has become one of Cape Town’s best coffee creators. As a small establishment they believe in quality over quantity. The menu is kept simple, emphasising on fresh, healthy ingredients sourced from the best of Cape Town’s local produce and imported European delicacies.
Giulio’s is more than just a corner café for the passing crowd, it is a place of comfort. A long time dream and personal passion gave Giulio, owner and creator, the drive he needed to pack his bags and leave sunny South Africa to learn from his long time hero – Jamie Oliver. After completing word in London at a bustling Jamie Oliver café he returned home to open what is now one of the most beautiful and popular cafes in Cape Town. This is a place of total indulgence and simple beauty. Whether you’re popping in for a quick coffee on your way to the office or looking for a cozy spot to get some work done, our door is always open.
Jason Bakery in Bree Street is where true craftsmanship and the commitment to the authentic process of baking is brought to life. Known for their amazing croissants and weekly pastry inventions they have over time risen to fame and recently opened a second branch in Green Point. It’s the perfect spot for an on the go coffee and treat or for a sit down shopping break. Their friendly service and great coffee will have you coming back again and again.
This totally gorgeous and wonderfully light and bright spot is where you’ll find great coffee, amazing sweet snacks and seriously delicious lunch time treats. Molten Toffee is a space for great conversations, creative minds, friends and city explorers. They don’t just serve fantastic coffee and croissants, they want to get to know their customers and believe that personality in a café is more than just the business model.
Ou Meul Bakkery
What started as a local café in the small town of Riviersonderend, with very humble beginnings, to the now extensive South African farm-stall experience offered around the Western Cape. Ou Meul Bakkery in Long Street prides themselves on the quality of each and every product, from puff pastry pies to sourdough bread – every detail is meticulously thought out. Their coffee comes from Bootlegger Coffee Roasters and is considered some of the top coffee in all of Cape Town. This is a spot not to be missed.
As the lion population within the northern sector of the Klaserie begins to bounce back since the recovery of the drought back in 2017, we have witnessed some fairly impressive changes in movements and dynamics within the area. With one specific dynamic attracting the attention of most guides and trackers within the northern Klaserie.
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