Emily's Kloof

55 Kloof Street
Gardens, Cape Town
Western Cape
021 424 0882
Website: http://www.emily-s.com
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The food in Emily’s is a three part affair: informal, traditional and à la carte.  

Daytime informal eats include toasties, hamburgers, salads, pasta, daily specials (plat du jour), sweet treats, shakes and floats.

The three-course set menu for our traditional fare changes every week. This is a golden opportunity for both tourists and locals to experience the South African table showcasing dishes from the early Dutch settlement to the more sophisticated French Huguenot and Colonial heritage to regional specialties. Their fragrant Cape Malay, spicy Indian, honest township and rural dishes will reveal our complex canvas of taste.     

Of the à la carte menu Chef Johan says: “My philosophy of cooking is simple: let the ingredients speak for themselves. I am in love with the flavours of Africa and proud to be a South African boere-boy. Often I combine hot and cold on the same plate and frequently contrast flavours or do a counterpoint of similar flavours in order to create a complex canvas.”

Facebook:  Emily's Kloof

Twitter:   @EmilysKloof

Monday - Saturday
10:00 - 17:00 - Bar & bistro with informal cafe-style eats
17:00 - 19:00 - Family orientated traditional South African fare
19:00 - close  - A la carte menu
Closed on Sundays


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Price Range: Mid
Seating: 100+
  • Licensed
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Booking Required
  • Live Entertainment
  • Parking



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