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Khayelitsha

Coffee culture is growing rapidly in Cape Town with Khayelitsha being no exception to this. There are now two coffee shops in Khayelitsha that offer espresso based coffee. Espresso based coffees are new to many in the township environment but with coffee culture rapidly growing, many are trying to bring coffee culture back to its home, to Africa.

Currently there are two Coffee Shops in Khayelitsha, namely the Department of Coffee and Sikis Koffee Kafe. Department of Coffee was the first coffee shop to open in the township but has recently had to close down its main store due to a robbery. Sikis, located just down the road, has now opened to fill the void, offering a comfortable space with an ambient atmosphere for people to have meetings, catch ups or for tourists to pop in.

Help grow coffee culture in Khayelitsha by popping into either one of the two amazing coffee shops in Khayelitsha.

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