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Pepper Tree Cafe – Kloof Street

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Wifi: Yes
Parking: Street
Plugs: Yes

Address - 94 Kloof Street, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001
Phone - 021 424 5540
Website - https://www.thedelico.co.za/

  • Delico is great coffee shop on Kloof Street to use the wifi and work for the day.
    Plenty of seating available for all.

Atmosphere:

Pepper Tree Cafe is a classic Cape Town Café located on the upper end of Kloof Street. It sits opposite Jan van Riebeeck High School and has red and white awnings covering the outside deck. If you sit on the deck outside or inside at the window, the views of Table Mountain are absolutely breath-taking. Inside it’s “café cool” all around with crafty gifts filling the walls and cheerful chairs covering the floors. Pepper Tree Cafe is a great spot to sit down and work for the day, while enjoying the sights of Cape Town.

Coffee & Food:

The coffee  is a pretty damn fine. It’s a very smooth drinking simple coffee that won’t put any kind of frown on your face. If it’s a hot day and you’re looking for something colder, they’ve got raw juices, smoothies and general cooldrinks. Their food is damn divine, offering classic breakfasts and a fully stocked bakery for people looking for a morning nibble. If you’re here at lunch, they’ve got sarmies, salads, wraps and burgers to keep you energized through the day. It’s one of the best on Kloof Street, so pop in if you’re looking to work the day away.

Writer: Sebastian Daniels

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