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Overberg
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Sotano Bree Street

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Wifi: Yes
Parking: Street
Plugs: Yes

Monday : 7 30am to 10pm
Tuesday : 7 30am to 10pm
Wednesday : 7 30am to 10pm
Thursday : 7 30am to 10pm
Friday : 7 30am to 10pm
Saturday: 7 30am to 10pm
Sunday: Closed

Address - 199 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000
Phone - 021 422 0567
Website - http://www.sotano.co.za/bree-street/

  • Sotana on Bree Street uses Origin Coffee
    Their coffee is almost as good as their classy furniture.

Atmosphere:

Sotano is a café, restaurant and part-time dance floor located on Bree Street. Sotano is a restaurant that opens its doors at 6am to serve early risers their morning cuppas. It’s got a real cool casual vibe to it with red brick walls and patterned floors. Sotano has got two fully stocked bars to choose from, both beautiful to look at. Upstairs is big, with a deck outside if you’re in need of a smoke. It’s a great spot to chill, eat, work or chat, especially with the groovy tracks that bop in the background. We’d definitely recommend it as a place for breakfast, lunch or supper.

Coffee & Food:

Sotano’s Origin coffee is decent, not the best in the world but still divine. They’ve also got every alcoholic beverage under the sun and a couple teas and hot chocolates too. They’ve got the standard breakfast options with a few variations too. Stand outs include the Breakfast Bowl, Greek Breakfast Bagel and the Shakshouka. On the menu, they’ve got tapas, salads, soups and a range of unreal mains. It’s pretty pricey, so be warned, but the food is damn delicious.

Writer: Sebastian Daniels

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