Contact Cafe Caprice
|Phone: +27 21 438 6444|
Café Caprice has become a landmark establishment on the famous Camps Bay Stretch in Cape Town. Tourists from around the globe rub shoulders with the regular local clientele, all enjoying the gorgeous beach backdrop whilst sipping an eye-catching cocktail and listening to a sexy, chilled tune spun by the resident DJ’s as the sun goes down. Cafe Caprice is loved for its delicious cafe-style food, served from morning through till night. Dishes like the eggs Benedict with silky hollandaise, the legendary handmade burgers and platters of grilled chicken nachos amongst other wholesome choices have put Cafe Caprice on the map as a must-try destination in Cape Town.
Café Caprice is a way of life to its patrons and friends, capturing the imaginations of many with its glamorous and memorable events that have the signature Café Caprice elements to them. The Catwalk fashion shows on Camps Bay beach, to the Beach Volleyball tournaments and the lavish Villa House parties with international DJ’s uplifts Café Caprice’s offering from being just any other restaurant, to an unforgettable experience.
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