Bree Street Foodie Walk

Taj Cape Town’s unique position places the hotel within walking distance of many attractions, activities and experiences including what is described as Cape Town's hippest street. Bree Street has grown into a foodie's paradise with a range of gourmet restaurants, specialist bars and hip street food outlets. These are just some of the amazing places you can discover when taking a walk along the Mother City's hottest restaurant strip.
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Interior of La Parada

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Keen for a pre-work coffee, quick business lunch or sultry sundowners? Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

Bacon on Bree. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Darlings, Bree Street has been a hotspot for culinary development over the past two years … and Bacon on Bree is one of the most recent additions to this trendy

A burger and onion rings at The Odyssey. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Looking for the best burger spot in your area? Well, look no further- we’ve rounded more than 35 places where you can find some of the tastiest bun and patty creations in the Mother City…

The dinner buffet at Cafe Frank. Photo courtesy of the restaurant

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Keen for a pre-work coffee, quick business lunch or sultry sundowners? Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

The courtyard at Bistrot Bizerca. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

The courtyard at Bistrot Bizerca, Cape Town. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Sports cars adorn the interior at Dapper Coffee

Dapper Coffee Co. & by Rivets and Rockets, Cape Town – South Africa

The interior at Orinoco. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Keen for a pre-work coffee, quick business lunch or sultry sundowners? Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

A Martini and some grub at Orphanage

Orphanage Daddy Warbucks cocktail & the Orphanage Martini served with small set of cucumber sandwiches with an Alice in Wonderland-style sign 'EAT ME'

Food at Door 221. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Food at Door Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

The interior at Mother's Ruin Gin Bar. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

Culture Club Cheese. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

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The dining area at Palma. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

The exterior at Jason Bakery. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Cape Town's coolest restaurant strip: Bree Street - Eat Out

A burger and chips at Latitude 33. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

A burger and chips at Latitude Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Inside at Clarke’s Bar & Dining Room. Photo by Alexia Webster.

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A breakfast croissant at Issi on Bree. Photo courtesy of the restaurant.

Bree has become so cool it’s practically a culinary continuation of Kloof Street – with a bit more attitude. Take a walk up Bree Street and be pleasantly surprised by its fresh talent.

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