There is one thing that we simply can not get enough of and that is great coffee!
Cape Town really has a lot of great places to offer when it comes to getting your daily fix.
We went on a hunt for the perfect cup of coffee, and our top 5 Coffee hotspots to date are the following places
1: Mischu Coffee
If you searching for the award-winning, top quality coffee on everyones lips, look no further. This coffee shop is situated in the heart of Sea Point. What we found interesting, is that they actually stock the coffee equipment used and accessories, the very own Caffeluxe. Don’t forget to join the Loyalty Programme when you get there as the 10th cuppa coffee is free.
2: Haas Collective Coffee
They are known for serving the strongest coffee on the block – a coffee that’s not for the hare hearted. Everything about this place is magical, from the coffee to the local, unique artwork you will hop into. Around every corner awaits a visual feast of paintings, sculptures and more. Haas is located deep in the City Centre, Buitekant Street. This is definitely one of a kind coffee shops, you would not want to miss out on.
3: Kamili Coffee
Kamili actually means perfect in Swahili. This spot is for the early birds, and we reckon this is the perfect way to start your day with and get your caffeine fix. Situated in Long Street, with a rustic and vibrant inner city ambience makes it an ideal spot for anyone to pop in.
4: Hard Pressed Cafe
The city centres new cafe where coffee and vinyl meet. This spot is surely for the music lovers, where one side of the shop you can sip on your cappuccino and the other you can find anything from old classics to newly released which have been put on vinyls. As you can see, a cool spot which should be visited at the Portside Building.
5: Origin Coffee Roasting
They have been called the Grand Daddy of speciality coffee in South Africa, which produces coffee people love. It has turned into popular shot for the freelancing crowd which makes it perfect for networking and socialising. Be sure to visit this vibrant space in De Waterkant Village.