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Posted on: Monday, 12 October 2009

Café Caprice

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Whether it’s for sundowners in the summer months or for the great winter burger special, Café Caprice never fails to disappoint.  Situated on the world famous Camps Bay Strip, Caprice has been around since 2001 and still enjoys a faithful following from locals and international visitors alike.

The views of the Atlantic Ocean, the white sand, palm trees and Lions Head to the left (if you are facing the sea, and lets face it, who wouldn’t be!) Caprice could not ask for a better location.  Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and of course drinks, the menu is varied and great value for money. 

I met a friend out from the UK for drinks there last night and our ‘quick’ catch up over a vodka and tonic turned out to be a six hour drinks, dinner and coffee session!  Such is the great, laid back atmosphere and friendly, efficient service.


Café Caprice by Greg Lumley

Photograph of Café Caprice by Cape Town wedding photographer, Greg Lumley

Caprice is well set out, with enough tables both inside and outside.  Heaters and blankets keep patrons warm during winter and the fresh spring evenings and you really can settle down for a long evening of socialising!

Well positioned plasma TVs allow for sports coverage in the large, open bar areas which are normally packed to capacity over weekend evenings or if there is a major sporting event on television.

So do yourself a favour, next time you are in Camps Bay, pop into Café Caprice and enjoy a sun downer or one of their sublime burgers … I guarantee you will be back time and time again.

Contact Details:
Find Café Caprice at 37 Victoria Road, Camps Bay, Cape Town
Telephone: +27 (0)21 438-8315

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