Tucked away in the corner of the Artem Centre (formerly known as the Adelphi Centre) a cosmopolitan café experience awaits you. Coco Safar was “conceived in New York, designed in Toronto and made in Cape Town”, after 10 years of meticulous dreaming and planning.

The luxury coffee café has now implemented their final phase to become an all-day café. We got to sample their new bistro dinner menu. Decadence galore!

An Accessible World-Class Café

Coco Safar has managed to strike the perfect balance between sophistication and a relaxed vibe. You can choose to dress up a bit for a luxurious evening outing, or simply impulsively pop in for a quick bite without feeling awkward in your jeans and t-shirt.

The brand creators aim to offer patrons “daily affordable luxury”. When you hear “Coco” you immediately envision luxury. Add to this “Safar” meaning journey, and you will agree that the name choice is very apt. Step in to the restaurant, and you will for a moment forget that you find yourself in Sea Point.

Coco Safar’s décor has a retro chic feel to it, with plush comfy leather seats and warm brown colours. It feels like an infusion of New York sass and Parisian flair. Wilhelm Liebenberg and Caroline Sirois have big plans for the brand. They plan to open stores in Johannesburg, Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Tokyo, and Mexico City.

Artisan Coffee Meets Fine Dining

Although coffee is one of the biggest passions of the brand, the evening menu is a step above mere bistro nibbles. Their Espresso Bar features special Spirit Idrocompresso machines designed by Kees van der Westen. The innovative design turns pouring an espresso shot into a true art form.

The on-site Roastery & Coffee Lab gives Coco Safar complete control over the quality of coffee served. They aim to produce exceptional Third Wave specialty coffee, producing micro-lots from award-winning coffee beans. To offer patrons the ultimate coffee experience, Coco Safar’s baristas are highly trained.

Where It All Started

Wilhelm and Caroline have been travelling across the world for about two decades, searching for the ultimate culinary experience and the best coffee. They incorporated their findings into various dining endeavours, opening cafés and restaurants in various cities including New York, Toronto, and Montreal. Coco Safar is a culmination of the journey. They dream of making luxury dining accessible to everyone, not only the high-end market.

They brought Carmen Rueda Hernandez on board as chef. Her passion lies with chocolate and desserts. But she still out did herself with the dinner menu. Her attention to detail is exquisite. She creates interesting taste combinations, breaking away from traditions with flair. She’s travelled extensively. From her home country of Spain, to the UK and France, to Singapore and Australia.

The exposure to such a wide array of cultures is evident in her food creations. She has honed her skills as a pastry chef with training from Oriol Balaguer, a big name in the pastry industry. The other renowned pastry chef that helped her refine her skills in France, was Olivier Bajard. And celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal challenged her talent even further as part of the Fat Duck Experimental Kitchen team.

The other exciting addition to the team, is Marshall Siavash. He brings to the table his cocktail-making expertise, a former bartender at The House of Machines as well as the Cause/Effect cocktail bar. He was also involved behind the scenes with the conceptualisation of the Cause/Effect cocktail bar.

It’s Not Just a Restaurant

The Coco Safar brand reaches beyond simply offering you a dining experience. From the Roastery & Coffee Lab they produce a unique coffee capsule range. What makes it even more special, is the innovative compostable, oxygen tight bio-capsules. It’s a world first, offering environmental-conscious coffee fanatics a sustainable capsule experience. Enjoy the ultimate Third Wave coffee experience in the comfort of your home! The capsules are compatible with Nespresso® machines, manufactured from 2010 onwards.

To complement your delicious cup of coffee, stock up on couture pâtisserie and viennoiseries. Inspired by the French patisserie tradition but infused with unique twists, such as maple-infusions originated in Toronto, and artisan touches from Cape Townian talent. Or, if you’re stopping for a cuppa at the restaurant, try their homemade gelato or sorbets (made on-site).

Coco Safar loves pushing the limits of the culinary world, producing various world-first products. Together with the on-site roastery, they now also have the world’s first botanical micro-brewery. The non-alcoholic beverages are created from brewing rooibos. They’ve also have a tonic water that is infused with the rooibos, available on tap at the restaurant. The range includes the Red Rooibos Cold Brew, Green Rooibos Cold Brew, and a Coffee-Citrus Cold Brew.

Marshall is in charge of overseeing the brewing process. With his extensive experience in the industry, he also creates unique botanical cocktails. And the presentation of these are very tongue in cheek! If you are a cocktail enthusiast, you are guaranteed an exceptional experience.

Dining As an Immersive Experience

Coco Safar has paid close attention to every little detail of the dining experience. Step inside and be transported into a luxurious world. The décor almost feels like liquid coffee, with its strong brown emphasis. The background music meanders from upbeat jazz to sultry French tunes. A special film created by the owners complete the escapist experience. Snippets from Pathé films include a fashion show and exploration of European cities. It plays on a screen in the background, a perfect distraction or conversation starter.

To whet your appetite, before we share with you their new dinner menu. From the breakfast selection: French Toast – seasonal fruit, rosemary-poached pear, caramelised banana, yoghurt cream, almond & almond crumble, and lemon-caramel sauce. Or Brioche Florentine – flaky croissant pastry filled with Anura Estate feta, sauteed spinach & a baked egg, served with a fresh citrus salad.

From the lunch selection: Superbowl 2.0 – quinoa, broccoli, green beans, butternut, avocado, courgettes, radish, beetroot, and mixed leaves. Or Safar Bobotie – free range lamb mince, pineapple, apricot, garden peas, mango chutney, and yogurt.

Visit www.cocosafar.com for more information.

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Cape Town Culinary Tours

Cape Town Culinary Tours are dedicated to showcasing the flavourful history that Cape Town has to offer. On these 3.5 hour tours, you guide, Ellie, will take you to taste your way through this strikingly unique and multicultural city. You will learn about Cape Town’s rich cultural history through the wide variety of flavours that the Mother City has to offer.

You will get to engage with local food producers, sampling the foods which makes Cape Town a world renowned destination. Enjoy tastings from some of Cape Town’s hidden culinary gems, from the edges of the BO Kaap down into the heart of the De Waterkant and end of in the vast history and culture of the Waterfront.

On this tour, you will become an expert on how the city is pieced together between the delicious tastings.

Tours run Tuesdays – Saturday’s, with the option to book a private tour on Sunday’s and Monday’s. Book today as spots are limited to 10 people per tour!

For further details please contact Cape Town Culinary Tours at:

Website | https://www.capetownculinarytours.com/

Email | hello@capetownculinarytours.com

Cape Point Vineyards Community Market

Farmers markets have had a resurgence of popularity thanks to the ‘from farm to plate’ movement, and we couldn’t be happier. What a way to unwind, turn off the smartphone and reconnect with all the things that are most important in life – friends, family and community, delicious fresh food and artisanal chocolate of course! We’ve been hard at play searching out some of the best farmers markets around. So slip on the flip-flops, grab an organic shopping bag or two, and come along for the ride as we discover 5 of Cape Town’s most delicious and vibey farmers market experiences.

  1. Bay Harbour Market – Hout Bay

Seaside chic neighbourhood and traditional fishing village rolled into one – Hout Bay has a flavour all its own. Nowhere is this more evident than at the Bay Harbour Market. The beautiful but fickle Cape Town weather has been taken in account which is why you’ll find stalls and displays packed into a repurposed fish factory like sardines in a tin. Fresh farm produce rubs shoulders with local jewellery designers, and homemade soup stalls flavour the wares of SA surfer-inspired apparel with the scents of aromatic herbs. Far from claustrophobic, you’ll feel like a kid in a candy store.

31 Harbour Road, Hout Bay

Friday 5pm – 9pm, Saturday & Sunday 9:30am – 4pm

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  1. Noordhoek Community Market – Cape Point Vineyards

Cape Point Vineyards Community Market

Cape Point Vineyards Community Market has become the weekly pop-up market for far-south locals, adventurers and tourists, and people fleeing the city for an hour or few. Make no mistake, farmers market this may be, but it’s also a community showpiece second to none.

There are views to die for; of vineyards, a lake, mountains and sea. It’s where delicious food and beautiful landscape hold hands in the setting sun. Just make sure you arrive on an empty stomach! Food celeb, Peter Geoffe Wood’s Kitchen Cowboys, will set your taste buds a holler’n. Then there’s the Lamb Man, walking on Sunshine Food’s Vegan burgers, and Something Simple’s Vegan Sushi – and that’s just the tip of the ice cream cone. Definitely one for the bucket list – along with Cape Point Vineyards’ award winning wine collection and smorgasbord of craft beer.

Silvermine Road, Noordhoek

Thursdays 4:30pm – 8:30pm

  1. Chilled Market at The Range – Tokai

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Every Friday afternoon something magical springs up between Tokai Forest and the fancy-pansy Constantia Valley. Here you can whizz around the culinary world despite the depressing rand, without breaking a sweat (flights not included). You can kick back and enjoy vineyards and mountain views with the tastes of Greece, Mexico, Italy and China in your mouth and their exotic aromas on your plate. Kids have fun too, with wide open spaces for play, a jumping castle, play dough activity zone, and a few other things little people like to do. And you’re not short of atmosphere either – what’s cooler than taking in the sounds of live local music out in all that fresh air or, in the cooler weather, warming the cockles of your heart beside a log cabin fire.

The Range Function and Conference Centre, Orpen Road, Tokai

Friday 4.30pm – 9.30pm

  1. The Neighbourgoods Market – Woodstock

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Right here’s where it all began. Yes, The Neighbourgoods Market at The Old Biscuit Mill, is the pioneering market that in 2006 planted the first seeds of the farmers’ market movement that would soon bloom across the Cape Town landscape. This award-winning market is where Cape Town’s cool sophisticates and (sometimes crazy) creatives meet. And you’ll be spoilt for choice with trendy clothes and accessories for sale, the products and produce of fine-food purveyors, organic merchants, local chefs and artisanal producers on offer. Everybody doing their bit to further the aims of a retail revolution that’s all about cutting out the chain and the middleman, and bringing consumers face-to-face with the people who think up and create unique products for their health and for your enjoyment.

Old Biscuit Mill, 373 Albert Road, Woodstock

Saturday 9am – 3pm

  1. Oranjezicht City Farm Market Day – Granger Bay

A market on a mission! The local farmer’s market is the showcase of Oranjezicht City Farm – a non-profit organisation that’s all about giving Cape Town an education in all that’s delicious and good for you. They also provide communities with a way to come together to grow healthy, organic, rainbow foods for their very own tables through urban farming.

It’s healthy, it’s fun, and it will save you a pretty penny. If you’re not into urban farming for your own family, you can savour and support at Market Day – held in the Granger Bay section of the V&A Waterfront. Here you’ll be able to buy and sample fresh produce and local fair (free-range, raw, vegan, grass-fed) while enjoying those magnificent Atlantic seaboard views.

Oranjezicht City Farm Market, Granger Bay, V&A Waterfront. Paid parking on site in Granger Bay Parking Garage or for free on Beach Road.

Saturday 9am – 2pm and Sunday 9am – 3pm

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Location: 110 Harrington Street, CBD

Crowdfunding has been used to fund many things. From new technology gadgets, to charity projects, to innovative business ideas. Two Capetonian chefs, Anouchka Horn and Neil Swart, saw the potential of this relatively new investment technique and decided to start the first South African crowdfunded restaurant in Cape Town.

The restaurant is based on an exciting new food trend that is picking up pace fast. Another speciality element of the restaurant is that they work on bookings only. And there are only 20 seats available per dinner seating.

A Nose to Tail Dining Extravaganza

The menu changes daily, according to what the chefs can grow or source from sustainable farming suppliers. Nothing goes to waste, the whole animal is used in combination with local seasonal ingredients. Menus range from 5 to 8 courses. All you must do, is show up and feast. It’s a very personal dining experience, you trust the choices of the chefs, without picking and choosing from a menu. Anouchka and Neil believe in a hands-on experience – cooking your food, serving your food, and pouring your wine.

The Restaurant Concept

Belly of the Beast Cape Town Pork Restaurant

Belly of the Beast aims to bring back a more intimate dining experience, like meeting at a friend’s house for dinner. Only this time, your friends are professional chefs. They interact with the guests, sharing stories about their passion for sustainable cooking. Their other passion is people, hence creating the intimate dining experience. The nose-to-tail principle means no food goes to waste. Menus are planned around which fresh produce is available from sustainable farmers. And each part of the meat is used to its fullest.

The Faces Behind the Food

Anouchka and Neil met while they were students. They both worked part-time at Terroir Restaurant in Stellenbosch. The two became good friends, sharing similar passions such as work and life philosophies, music – and of course, food.

Their personalities seem to complement each other perfectly, at the same time very similar yet different. The two chefs decided that they would make a good team in the kitchen. Neil specialises in meat. Since childhood he has been hunting and preparing a wide variety of meat. And Anouchka’s speciality lies with pastries, plus she’s a master ice cream maker. She creates ice cream from scratch, each batch with its own special base. Both chefs live and breathe good food. You can taste the passion in the highly creative dishes they produce.

Where Did It All Start

Anouchka and Neil started the Arugula Bistro in 2012, situated in Welgemoed, Belville. It’s a family-orientated restaurant, focusing on offering customers a high-quality dining experience. The bistro offers great wholesome meals such as burgers, or fish and chips. It has established itself as a firm favourite of the community. But the two chefs wanted to expand their dining repertoire and introduce people to a different side of their cooking skills.

After the bistro’s great success and popularity, the dynamic duo decided to expand and to open a highly exceptional restaurant in the city center of the Mother City. At the Belly of the Beast they are moving away from the tried and tested traditional meals, to a more experimental style that changes every day.

Shaking Up the Capetonian Restaurant Scene

The Mother City teems with restaurants. You could visit a different one every night of the week for a year, and still not make a big dent in the culinary scene. And often restaurants pop up overnight like mushrooms, but they die out again just as soon. To make Capetonians sit up and take notice of a new restaurant, isn’t hard. But to impress them and secure your sought-after permanent spot in the culinary scene, that’s a different challenge.

Belly of the Beast Cape Town Pork Restaurant

After opening at the end of August 2018, word quickly spread about this innovative restaurant. Now they are booked out most evenings of the week, sometimes even a few weeks in advance. The small bespoke eatery has won the heart of the Cape Town foodies.

With their menu changing every day, every visit to the Belly of the Beast will be a unique experience. And it’s not often that you can potentially book out a whole restaurant for your private function. Plus have two talented chefs attend to your dining needs.

Sustainable Cooking in Action

Belly of the Beast Cape Town Pork Restaurant

Belly of the Beast takes organic cooking to the next level. Using the nose-to-tail principle, they make sure that nothing goes to waste at one of their exclusive dinner parties. They create everything on the menu from scratch. The chefs use only fresh produce. So, whatever is ready to be cooked, is served. And the meat they use is meticulously sourced from sustainable farmers.

Another fun element of the restaurant is the on-display kitchen. You can watch Anouchka and Neil create culinary magic right before your eyes! While they are preparing the delectable dishes and selecting the wines to pair them with, they will chat to you a bit more about their passion for sustainable cooking. Find out more about this worldwide movement that is taking the restaurant industry by storm from two experts in the field.

Book Your Seat at The Feast Table Now

This exclusive fine dining restaurant has definitely managed to grab the attention of both local Capetonian foodies and visitors to the city. You must move quickly to snatch up a seat. The 5 to 8 course dinner costs R450 per person. To secure your seat, you need to pay a R150 booking deposit (per person). You can also pay with BitCoin.

Visit www.bellyofthebeast.co.za for more information.

Top 10 Ice Cream Spots In Cape Town

With Spring (slowly) approaching, what better time to start your ice cream bucketlist for the upcoming summer months! Below are Secret Cape Town’s recommendations for the Best Ice Creameries in Cape Town and Surrounds.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

  1. The Creamery

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The Creamery makes natural ice cream with seasonal, sustainably produced ingredients. Find them at one of their ice cream cafes in Newlands, Mouille Point, Palmyra Junction or at one of their weekly market stalls.

As you can see from their Instagram account, The Creamery has developed a cult following. Try them out for yourself to see why!

Flagship Store

Shop 4, Newlands Quarter
Dean Street
Newlands
http://thecreamery.co.za/
p: 021 447 7690

  1. Crumbs and Cream

Crumbs and Cream Top 10 Ice Cream Spots In Cape Town

Crumbs & Cream began their ice cream adventure with their pink and yellow truck at the Watershed Market at the V&A Waterfront. The Crumbs & Cream Ice-Cream Sandwiches were an instant hit and they managed to expanded to their flagship store in Sea Point.

Create your own personalised ice cream sandwich by choosing any two cookies from their everchanging variety of freshly baked cookies. Then pick your ice-cream of choice and decide on any of their tasty toppings and spreads.

The best bit? You don’t even need to leave the house to enjoy one of their ice cream cookies – they have delivery available from Uber Eats, Mr D and Orderin!

16 Regent Rd
Sea Point
www.crumbsandcream.co.za
P: 081 343 2761

  1. Unframed

Unframed is a hip ice cream parlour with two locations -The super trendy Lower Kloof Street as well as a stall in the V&A Waterfront. They offer a range of 12 everchanging ice creams with unique flavours such as Turmeric Latte and Matcha Tea.

Due to their wide range of delicious plant-based ice creams, Unframed has become a smash hit among the vegan community.

Flagship Store

45C Kloof St
Gardens
www.unframed.co.za
p: 063 601 0287

  1. Kristens Kickass Ice Creams

Kristens Kick Ass Ice Creams is a small batch ice creamery with a mission to make your day a little bit brighter, a little bit sweeter and a bit more awesome.

Can’t make it all the way to Noordhoek? They also have an outpost in Constantia as well as a store in Mauritius when you just can’t wait until you get back to Cape town for your next fix!

Flagship

Noordhoek Farm Village,
Village Lane
Noordhoek
www.kristenskickass.co.za
p: 021 789 0255

  1. Moro Gelato

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I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Do you love a waffer in your #gelato? This delicious cone by @morogelato would not last long enough to take a pic in our hands. Click on the link in our bio to see our top 10 ice cream spots in Cape Town. Follow @secretcapetown for more and tag us or use #secretcapetown to be featured. . . . . . #capetown #cityofcapetown #amazingcapetown #seecapetown #visitcapetown #thisiscapetown #ig_capetown #southafrica #southafricaza #visitsouthafrica #africa #ig_southafrica #thisisafrica #capetownmag #instagramcapetown #weheartsa #capetowntourism #westerncape #capetownsouthafrica #meetcapetown #capetownetc #thisisafrica #southafrica #capetowntravel #explorecapetown #capetownfood #capetownfoodie #morogelato

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Need a traditional Italian gelato fix but can’t make it all the way to Italy? Luckily Moro Gelato has you covered with their range of upmarket gelatos made the same way they do in Italy.

Available in the CBD for when you need that break from the office and at Oranjezicht City Farm on Saturdays.

Go for their traditional flavours such as tiramisu and pistachio and stay for their fun and experimental flavours such as salty caramel popcorn and toast and jam.

165 Long Street
Cape Town CBD
www.morogelato.co.za

  1. IceDream

IceDream has been serving its customers delicious ice cream and sorbets for almost two decades and it’s not hard to see why. All their ice cream served is made with only the freshest ingredients and without preservatives, artificial flavours, colourants or added fats. IceDream is family owned and run, all the ice cream is made on site.

Fortunately, they’ve just re-opened as they close for July-August so finish your visit to the peninsula for one (or four – we don’t judge) of the ice creams at the best ice creamery in Hout Bay

1 Homeleigh
Main Road
Hout Bay
http://icedream.withtank.com/
P: 21 790 2496

  1. Gelato Mania

You may not remember your very first lick of ice cream but very well may remember the first time you taste gelato from Gelato Mania!

Gelato Mania is a unique, family-run gelateria, found in the heart of the Western Cape which specializes in Artisan gelato. Every scoop of Gelato Mania is a unique blend of quality, flavour and an unforgettable experience, bringing to life our promise

  1. Icezeit

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Icezeit’s owners have combined experience of 35year and wow, you can tell from your first taste. With over 150 flavours of your favorite Gelato and Sorbets, Icezeit boasts the kind of European pedigree that makes it one of Cape Town’s must-taste delicatessen destinations.

32 Waterkant Street
Cape Town CBD
http://www.icezeit.co.za/
021 421 0901

  1. Venezia Ice Cream Parlour

Venezia Ice Cream Parlour is a Capetonian Institution. First opening their doors in 1954, they’ve been in the ice cream business for 64 years! They serve Italian ice cream, Belgian waffles, coffees, milkshakes, smoothies.

Pop by their store in Sea Point to see why they’ve lasted while everyone else has come and gone.

92 Main Road
Sea Point
https://venezia-ice-cream-parlour.business.site/
021 433 0484

  1. You Bet It’s Ice Cream

And rounding out our Top 10 Ice Cream Stores in Cape Town is You Bet It’s Ice Cream.

You Bet It’s Ice Cream won’t let any dietary restrictions restrict your ability to eat ice cream. Their ice cream and sorbets suit most dietary requirements: vegan, banting, low carb high fat, diabetic, paleo, the only limit is the season!

You Bet It’s Ice Cream uses only using organic ingredients to create natural ice cream and sorbet made by supporting local suppliers.

100 Shortmarket Street
Cape Town CBD
https://youbet-its-icecream.business.site/
079 648 3595

Harrington Street Restaurants Leftys Cape Town

The hip and happening Harrington Street has a selection of must-visit spots for delicious food. From coffee to burgers and organic to vegan, Harrington street has something for everyone to enjoy.

Chopchop

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Chopchop is a healthy, affordable, fast-food restaurant. While the terms “fast-food” and “healthy” don’t typically coincide, this restaurant puts them hand in hand. With a wide range of breakfast options, wraps, salalds, and drinks including coffee or juice, Chopchop is the perfect stop for brunch. With a friendly atmosphere, you can sit and relax or takeaway food.

75 Harrington St. | Gardens | Monday to Friday 7am—5pm

Lefty’s

105 Harrington St.|Zonnebloem | Monday to Saturday 4pm—1am

With a simple menu and great drinks, Lefty’s has become a well-known hangout for students and locals. The easy-going, welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff make this a great spot for dinner.

New York Bagels

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44 Harrington St. |Zonnebloem |Monday to Friday 7am—4pm, Saturday 8am—2pm

Fasal Café

75 Harrington St. |Gardens | Monday to Friday 7am—5pm, Saturday 7:30am—2pm

Lekker Vegan

 

37 Barrack Street | Corner of Harrington & Barrack Street | Zonnebloem

Hours: Monday to Thursday 11am—10pm, Friday 11am—3am, Saturday 12pm—3am, Sunday 12pm—10pm

 

 

Wenches & Benches

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15 Harrington St. |Zonnebloem |