Father Coffee

 
 
73 Juta Street
Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Gauteng
 
 
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Stepping into Father Coffee is like entering a Scandanavian wooden cabin, it is tranquil and Zen-like, an escape from the busy streets of Braamfontein. Except it's a coffee shop, where they're serving up home-roasted coffee beans and brews.

The menu is clean and clear-cut with no frills and flimsy add-ons.  At Father Coffee they're serious about the brew, offering customers the choice of a sit-down "cuppa" or one to go.  Their home-roasted beans are also packaged for you to purchase and take home.

Imported Italian juice is also available to those who've already had their caffeine fix and the Lindt hot chocolate is a must if you're in the mood for something sweet.  Their signature drink combines custard, an espresso and Red Bull to create a drink that everyone's talking about.  Food-wise, their snack menu changes daily featuring both sweet and savoury options.

Head to Father Coffee for your daily fix or simply to be part of the vibe.

Open:
Monday - Saturday, 09:00 - 18:00

 
 

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