Whether youâ€™re German, think youâ€™re German or just love the German culture, Cape Town has the most exceptional places celebrating all things German. Beer and their great cuisine is something every German appreciates.
So to start with the German Awesomeness found in Cape Town here are some exquisite places:
Beer House (on Long) â€“ The menu matches the vibrant walls and way of the Beer House, with an epic lunch special of all their delicious meals being R50 with a 330ml Apollo Brewing Company Beer, Savanna or soft drink, you really cannot beat this awesomeness. There is always something happening at the Beer House so make a turn and you will surely return again and again.
Raith Gourmet – So you wish there was a place with over the counter true German flare? Raith Gourmet in Gardens as well as High Constantia is your wish come true. Offering mouthwatering platters and snacks that could be used on picnics around all the fabulous picnic spots in Cape Town, Raith Gourmet provides over the counter German foods, as well as on the shelf groceries and divinely fresh breads baked daily.
Euro Haus – So there is this little heavenly place called Euro Haus, a bakery and a bistro. They have this constant fresh swirl of aromas from the bakery which contains the freshest tastiest breads and the most flavourful conjurations for the sweet tooth. They cater for events and as everything is created in house they will whip up an incredible storm of awesomeness for your event. The Bistroâ€™s continental meats are simply out of this very world as are their interesting salads. The Eisbein is phenomenal and if you love your bratwurst, this is the place to be. However the menu in its entirety is exquisite.
Dinkels – German Bakery and CafÃ© serving scrumptious breakfasts and light lunches all based on traditional German recipes. Most of the ingredients are organic but every product is served fresh and is of the best quality, if you want wheat-free deliciousness then this is the place for you. Dinkels specializes in baking products made from rye or spelt flour.