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Posted on: Thursday, 25 March 2010

Breakfast at Cafe Albert in the little Karoo town, Prince Albert

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Possibly the best breakfast I’ve ever had and a mean cappuccino to boot is at Café Albert in the little Karoo town, Prince Albert. I can’t claim to be a connoisseur, but a weekend isn’t a weekend for me until I’ve gone out for breakfast. As such, I’ve tried breakfast spots all over South Africa (and in many other countries) …

 

Breakfast at Café Albert

 

This is not a 5 star hotel breakfast spread. Yes, I’ll admit the breakfast at The Palace of the Lost City at the Sun City Resort is impressive due to its sheer size and the number of options on offer, but who really wants crispy duck for breakfast?

No, the breakfast at Cafe Albert stands out because of its delicious simplicity, the charm of its location (think sidewalk café on a tree-lined street), the friendliness and accommodating nature of its owner and the freshness of its ingredients – homemade health bread, freshly laid eggs, milk just collected from the dairy down the road.

Café Albert is the spot for breakfast, brunch or lunch and the Prince Albert locals seem to have come to the same conclusion.

PS. If it’s still on offer, try the breakfast special (eggs – scrambled or poached – with bacon and avocado on homemade health bread). Yum!

Breakfast at Café Albert in Prince Albert

Need to know:

Address: Church Street (between the Tourism Info Centre and the Prince Albert Country Store), Prince Albert, Karoo.

Telephone: +27 (0)23 5411-175

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 09h00 to 16h00; Saturdays from 09h00 to 14h30; Sundays from 09h00 to 12h30; Usually closed on Mondays.

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Stefani Searle

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Stefani is a self confessed bookworm, and to relax, she loves to curl up with a good book and get drawn into another world. Spending time with her family and friends is very important to her. She loves hosting dinner parties and is always cooking tasty meals and trying out new and wonderful recipes. Proudly South African, Stefani is always checking out great new places and fun things to do in the country for both foreigners and locals. She loves to explore the country and is probably planning her next trip right now. She has a love for dogs and enjoys taking her large 6 year old Rottweiler out for walks around the Cape.

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1 comment about Breakfast at Cafe Albert in the little Karoo town, Prince Albert
  1. July 25th, 2010 at 17:22
    Merle Forson says:

    I am wanting to get an e-mail address for William and Colleen Penfold of the Prince Albert Country Store. Are you perhaps able to help me. I lost track of them when they left CT and I have now traced them to Prince Albert and would like to get in touch again.
    Kind Regards,
    Merle Forson ( nee Wakelin)