Where to eat Cafe food in Robertson: The Best Restaurants and Bars

December 12, 2019 Weston Hennigan

Reviews on Cafe food in Robertson, Western Cape, South Africa including Cafe Rosa, Louretta's Cake Boutique, Bodega de Vinho, Peckers, De Bakkerij, Le Roux & Fourie Vignerons
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6. Le Roux & Fourie Vignerons

R60 Buitenstekloof, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe, Wine Bar [email protected] +27 23 626 5689 http://www.leroux-fourie.com
Le Roux & Fourie Vignerons

Reviewed By David-JW1

Hot room temperature white wines and a R20 tasting charge that I paid. Beautiful opportunity missed what a dump could be so much more with a little effort

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5. De Bakkerij

40 Truter Street, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe +27 23 626 1014
De Bakkerij

Reviewed By reginafug

Just walking around the neighborhood, I stumbled upon this little gem.Had a chicken pie... Delicious!Cappuccino was very nice.Prompt and friendly service!!

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4. Peckers

37 Paul Kruger Street, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe Breakfast, Lunch Seating, Table Service [email protected] +27 23 626 4495 https://www.facebook.com/pages/Peckers/336283089760692
Peckers

Reviewed By JamesBinos

A really nice coffee shop with a good menu serving meals in a peaceful setting. We often pop in for their breakfast specials. The joy of the place is it's serenity. There are not many tables and no loud chattering or music. Just good, wholesome food and personal service. Credit cards accepted.

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3. Bodega de Vinho

Route 60 Between Robertson and Worcester, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe Breakfast, Lunch Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Reservations, Outdoor Seating [email protected] +27 23 626 1243
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3 based on 53 reviews

Bodega de Vinho

Bodega de Vinho is a perfect stop on your journey - alongside the Route 60, the smell of freshly baked pastries and breads are enough to tempt you. Gorgeous light meals and breakfasts are served. Kiddy friendly play gym and place for your dog to run aroun

Reviewed By Jacques P

No reason to stop here. Much better options around. My sub with meatballs was terrible. Four smalls little meatballs in a very sweet and strong tomato concoction. My wife's butter chicken curry was bland. No spice. The restaurant didn't have chili either. Surrounded by mountains but no view from the restaurant.

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2. Louretta's Cake Boutique

Paul Kruger Street, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe Wheelchair Accessible [email protected] +27 23 626 5133 http://www.robertsontourism.co.za/robertson-winelands-weddings-functions/wedding-caterers-cakes/lourettas
Louretta's Cake Boutique

Reviewed By Jilldutoit

I just had to stop off here and try some of these famous pies and quiches - so impressed with the venue and the well laid out shop interior with the glass display cases being atractive as well as functional. Nothing beats going into a bakery and being enticed to buy by the aroma of freshly baked goods... we probably bought more than we needed for supper but the pies and quiches went down a treat. The piece de resistance though, were the apple puffs.... melt-in-the-mouth perfection!

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1. Cafe Rosa

7 Voortrekker Road, Robertson 6705 South Africa Cafe Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch Wheelchair Accessible, Free Wifi, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Table Service, Takeout, Highchairs Available, Live Music [email protected] +27 23 626 5403 http://caferosa.co.za/
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4 based on 138 reviews

Cafe Rosa

Reviewed By 247LiveLife

It looked like we were a bit early for breakfast, as they seemed unprepared for us, and they were still cleaning up from the day before. My toasted sandwich wasn't great, with the crust so hard on the rye bread, I was scared of breaking a tooth! We couldn't sit outside as it was a bit too windy.Dear 247LiveLifeI am so disappointed to read your review today and only wish you had brought this to my attention yesterday when I asked if everything was ok and you assured me that it was. My rye bread is lovely and fresh but can turn a little dry if left to get cold (it is unfortunately one of the things that does happen to a rye loaf once toasted). As stated it is very windy this time of year and what you saw as us cleaning up and being unprepared, was in actual fact my staff trying to keep the place clean from leaves, which we unfortunately have to do fairly often to ensure leaves don't lie around and the wind does not blow them into the shop. If ever you visit us again, please bring any issues you have to my attention so that we can sort the problem out then and there, as we cannot be made aware of issues if we are not informed of them. RegardsJo-Ann

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