Bakeries and delicatessens
Cape Town is well supplied with good bakeries and delicatessens. Whether you’re holidaying in the Mother City or live here, it’s worth putting together a picnic lunch of crispy rolls and delicatessen fare to nibble while sightseeing.
Follow the scent of freshly baked goods to some of Cape Town’s tastiest bakeries and delis:
- Olympia Café and Deli – Kalk Bay
- Empire Café – Muizenberg
- Gogo’s – Simon’s Town
- Charly’s Bakery – Cape Town
- Knead – Cape Town
- Giovanni’s Deliworld – Green Point
- Melissa’s – various locations
- Queen of Tarts – Observatory
- Caramellos – Cape Town
- Compass Bakery – Kommetjie
- The Smiling Oven – Somerset West
- Bonjour Pattiserie – Tamboerskloof
- The Olive Station – Rondebosch
- Newport Deli – Mouille Point
- Andiamo – Cape Quarter
- Tribeca – Kalk Bay
- Deli Delish – Hout Bay
- Rose’s Bakery – Cape Town
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