The Easter public holidays are now over but the school holidays are still in full swing. So if you’re still on leave and looking for a nice place to have breakfast here’s my list of great halaal breakfast spots.
Batavia Cafe, Bo Kaap
A trendy artsy cafe full of nooks and crannies in the picturesque Bo Kaap. They have standard and more interesting breakfast options and a make your own combination breakfast board. Great coffee.
Corner of Church and Rose streets, Bo-Kaap, Cape Town.
021 422 2272
Caturra Coffee Bar
A popular and happening little coffee shop serving beautifully presented dishes on the busy Sea Point Main road. Expect perfectly poached eggs and the best Mocha this side of the equator.
315 Main Road, Sea Point, Cape Town
021 300 5909
District Cafe, Woodstock
A trendy and crisp coffee shop and restaurant in Woodstock serving breakfast and light meals. Look out for great wraps and good coffee.
115 Roodebloem Rd, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa
021 447 3444
Myatt Cafe, Waterfront
European styled coffee shop and restaurant where vintage meets modern in Parisian style. They serve gourmet light meals and breakfasts and an amazing hot chocolate. Popular for their variety of macarons, they also do a high tea and is great for a leisurely brunch.
Shop 6244, Upper Level, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
021 418 8844
Pearl Spoon, Claremont
A suave and tasteful venue for light meals, brunches with the girls, and tea time treats. The decor is glam and upmarket and the food is equally well presented. Look out for interesting speciality drinks, a great selection of sweet treats and a comfy little couch corner if all you want is a read and a coffee.
44 Belvedere Road, Claremont, Cape Town, South Africa
021 839 2692