If you are visiting Cape Town, South Africa then you a cup of coffee is something that you seek after a long day. You want to head to a cafe after some sightseeing or simply charge yourself up for a day of excursion. There are all kinds of cafe’s found here that not only offer you the best of coffee but also great food.
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Bean There is one of the cafes that sources beans ethically. They also take pleasure in using beans from organic farms and roast and brew it in small batches for maintaining the great taste. It is a perfect hangout for those who are looking for a quick cuppa or hanging out for a long time. The ambience is African and the taste of coffee high too! The cafe is located on 58 Wale Street.
Kamili Coffee, Greenmarket Square
This is a place that is the newest den of the down. It is located at Shortmarket Street and you can take your coffee on the go too. The beans use here are the African Kamili Khaya, which is also the name of the cafe. It is a blend of Ethiopian and Ugandan beans. It is an intimate joint to catch up with friends or hang out.
As the name suggests, this place is all about offering a blend of different coffee flavours. The cafe is best known for the caramel creations and using exotic coffee beans to make something different. They also serve an array of delicious breakfast varieties like omelettes and traditional muffins along with wraps, sandwiches, etc. If you don’t want coffee then have a filling smoothie.
Deluxe Coffeeworks, City Centre
It is one of the quintessential places to check out in Cape Town for coffee. The cafe brews and roasts its own coffee. You can have a quick cuppa with filling sandwich or simply pick something to takeaway. Other attractions here include the sourdough sarmies.
Mischu: The Coffee Showroom
Located at Sea Point’s Regent Road, Mischu is a cafe that is named after the owner Mikhael Bou Rjeily. It is a place that is different from the others because of the high- quality espresso beverages at nominal rates. In the year 2012 it also won the Best Espresso and Best Cappuccino trophies at the Barista Awards. Even if you are not visiting the region, the cafe makes it worth the visit.
Another new cafe in Cape Town is Shift Espresso. It is a coffee shop that is all about inspiration. You can visit here any time and the place offers some exotic coffee varieties along with innovative beverages. One of the must try items here includes a condensed milk coffee served with Oreos and Hazelnuts.
The two things that Molten Toffee is very particular about is their quality. It is the typical neighbourhood coffee shop that offers a calming atmosphere along with perfectly brewed cup of coffee. You can pick from a selection of deli type foods along with a great coffee cup. Located at 45B Kloof Street this is a perfect way to take a break from a long trip.
Baked Bistro, Bakoven
If you are having a hot and tiring day in Cape Town then the Baked Bistro on Victoria Road is a great get away. You can start your day here for breakfast or hop in anytime to get a taste of some deliciousness. The place offers excellent baked goods as the name suggests. You can get something packed here or opt for an eat-in too. Steaming cups of coffee here are served fresh and taste yum.
Bootlegger Coffee Company
This one too offers an amazing rang of coffees from countries like Guatemala. They believe in freshly roasting beans everyday and serve it fresh to their customers. The service offered here is all about honest food and using fresh produce. So be ready to have eggs Benedict that is high on taste and made using free range eggs. Even their other products are free range. Located at Regent Road, Sea Point in Cape Town it serves delicious food and coffee.
Origin Coffee Roasting
This joint calls itself the “the artisan roasters of Africa”. Food offered here is all about quality and they cater to both international and local tastes. The coffee beans here are freshly roasted and come with delicious accompaniments including breads and sandwiches. Located at 28 Hudson Street, the joint offers a delicious break to recharge yourself. You can indulge in hot coffee cups or go for something cold and soothing on a hot day too.