You are invited to the meal time of all meal times – brunch. Location: Cape Town’s – Atlantic Seaboard. Time – 11 o’clock!
The Atlantic Seaboard stretches from the V&A Waterfront on the north shore of Table Mountain all the way down the west side of the Cape Peninsula to Hout Bay. It’s one of the most beautiful areas in the Cape without a doubt, as many locals can confirm.
Whether it’s after a beautiful morning stroll along the Promenade for a warm, a comforting cup of coffee and your favourite mid morning meal or a scenic drive along the winding road leading to Hout Bay for a majestic mountain view, brunch is always a good idea when it comes to Saturday and Sunday morning plans (or weekdays if you’re living your best life).
Brunch has become one of the most sought-after meals, especially along the Atlantic Seaboard. People arrive from near and far, waiting in lines just to experience the buzz of brunch.
Brunch is not an exact meal time, it’s an experience. From French toast, drizzled with syrup to warm eggs benedict (my favourite), we would opt for brunch any day!
If you looking for a top-notch brunch spot to try – with beautiful decor, delicious foods and an awesome vibe and a breath of fresh air, we have rounded up our favourite spots for you.
Our favourite Brunch spots along the Atlantic Seaboard:
Located on a cozy corner in Mouille Point, Lilys needs no introduction. The seaside restaurant with beautiful, modern nude and beige decor touches is the home to breakfast, lunch or a sunset dinner along the Atlantic. Lily’s explains its design best: “Decor is a whimsical combo of smart, crisp, contemporary styling with some quirky surprises”.
Now for the food! The scrumptious menu emphasises healthy, fresh and locally sourced produce. If you have ever eaten at Lilys, you will know that every single dish is incredible and often the experience you had is what brings you back. The fresh ocean breeze and the feeling of chic calmness are always guaranteed.
With their breakfast menu available till 11:30, this is a must-visit for brunch.
Monday – Sunday: 08:00 – 23:00
2. Sonny and Irene
Sonny and Irene is the newest, ‘Not-your-average neighbourhood Cafe Bakery in Sea Point and it is gorgeous.
This very chic restaurant opened on the 15th of September at 19 Kloof Road, Sea Point. Sonny and Irene was designed to celebrate cafe-style classics with a contemporary twist.
Their menu opens up with the most delectable health food options of granola, fruit bowls and oatmeal. Then, it gets even more exciting with the warmer meals. I can’t wait to try their eggs benedict but I love how there are a few meals dedicated to different forms of their signature eggs.
3. Cushty Deli
For all the other eggs benedict lovers out there Cushty Deli is your go-to spot. Pronounced “cooshtee” – it’s a quaint eatery with many deeming its the coffee as ‘the best in town’.
Cushty delivers a homely, relaxing and laid-back feel.
You can get all things comforting from assorted muffins and baked sweet treats to classic warm, hearty options.
Contact: 072 654 2508
JARRYDS Espresso Bar + Eatery is an all-day brunchery nestled in the heart of Sea Point.
If you love a slow morning filled with the most delightful brunch foods accompanied with the perfect flat white, breakfast mimosa or a fresh pressed juice, JARRYDS is for you.
Try their famous eggs benedict (yes this is also a love letter to eggs benedict spots) irresistible breakfast bruschetta or a JARRYDS favourite, French tops or puffy crumpets. Not in the mood for eggs? there is a selection salads, burgers and bagels. Being a conscious eatery, they are passionate about the freshest ingredients, free-range eggs and extremely good coffees.
JARRYDS is an ultimate food experience that has a homely feeling of your local neighbourhood cafe.
Contact: – 074 076 0474
NO BOOKINGS -First Come First Serve
Which brunch spots are you keen to try?
ALSO SEE: 8 scrumptious Sunday brunch recipes
Written by Amy Steenkamp for Woman&Home.
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