Seven Circles Cafe in Cape Town

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Wifi: Yes
Parking: Street
Plugs: No

Monday : 7am to 4pm
Tuesday : 7am to 4pm
Wednesday : 7am to 4pm
Thursday : 7am to 4pm
Friday : 7am to 4pm
Saturday: 8am to 1pm
Sunday: Closed

Address - 117 Hatfield St, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001
Phone - 021 461 7868
Email - gillian@sevencircles.co.za
Website - https://www.89interiordesign.com/

  • Ying Yang coffee with full breakfast in Cape Town
    A perfect mix to start the day.

Seven Circles Cafe is an all-round treat, epitomizing the best of both trendy and stylish.

Coffee & Food at Seven Circles Cafe:

The coffee itself is a piece of art with different patterns emerging like they’ve got Picasso behind the coffee bar. The flat whites are smooth and seductive, making me feel like a classy King in a silk robe. The trends set here are not only fit for Kings but also for hippies in need of a chill pill. My coffee arrived with a Ying and Yang symbol floating above my coffee like a leaf on a lake.

Food. It’s an art of its own and you’d be right to assume that it’s done just right. Big, bold but full of flavour. The chef combines colours like an artist with a palette. The breakfasts are out of this world, big enough to fill up a giant with an eating disorder. The lunches, scrumptious enough to satisfy Siya Kholisa after he captained his first game.

Atmosphere:

If you’re looking for café to work, you’ve hit the jackpot. Fast wifi, great coffee and tons of natural light to distract you from the fact that you actually have to work. If that still hasn’t sold you, they’ve also got big windows and flowing fresh air to keep you feeling sane. The only thing this café lacks is plug points, so make sure you bring a fully functional laptop.

Seven Circles Café is not the biggest but it does incredibly well for space. If you’re on a date, they’ve got cosy tables to sit at or cosy benches to snuggle up against. The décor is simplicity at its best with cushions and chandeliers adding colour to the space.

Writer: Sebastian Daniels

If you’re looking for other coffee shops in central Cape Town, look here. However, if you just want to know where the best spots are, have a look at our favourite breakfast places in Cape Town.

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