Capetonians love many things, and sharing stories about their dining experiences is certainly one of them
There are many Facebook groups dedicated to the cause, but the most (in)famous of all is ‘Cape Town Restaurants – the good, the bad and the nastyyyy…‘
Over the years, we’ve covered a few of the more memorable debates on the group, including the great ‘Day Zero charging for water’ conundrum.
To join in the fun, you’ll need to apply to join the closed group, but we’ll save you the hassle with regards to the best brekkie in Camps Bay.
Cafe Caprice as Camps Bay’s best brekkie – we knew, but you probably didn’t.
Also, everyone hooked up at the Caprice Sunday Sessions back in 2008.
As with all good online posts, it comes with a TL/DR (too long, didn’t read) summary:
It’s a privilege to begin your day fuelled by delicious food, surrounded by positive energy and beautiful people in the most beautiful part of the Mother City.
There was also a picture of the three chihuahuas mentioned in the review, but to protect their privacy (there is only so much fame a hound can handle), we will refrain from publishing said image.
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