Lola's Long Street (Cape Town)

228 Long Street

Central, Cape Town
Western Cape
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Lola’s is located on the top end of the vibrant Long Street and has evolved from a friendly vegetarian eatery into a bustling bistro with a revamped and frequently updated chalkboard menu that fuses fine dining with unpretentious, classic cuisine.

menus are created according to seasonal availability and compiled using free range, arm fresh produce, most of which is delivered daily.

Chef-owner driven, they prepare everything from fresh line fish, hand-picked at the harbour, to beef fillet with thick cut chips, chardonnay jus & garlic aioli, bowls of steamed west coast mussels and modern takes on eggs Benedict among other brunch classics.

All breads, cakes and desserts are made on site daily.

Lola's are highly mindful of non-meat-eaters and vegetarians are spoilt for choice with free range mushroom, spinach & herbed cream cheese omelettes, spiced sweet corn fritter stacks, salads and soups, Asian rice bowls and our latest addition - the quinoa bowl.

Deluxe coffee, fresh juices & smoothies all made to order are a daily staple along with craft beers and a fair trade wine list.

The simple and elegant interior makes Lola’s perfect for business breakfasts, lazy weekend lunches and intimate dinners in equal measure. Lola’s can also come to you – get in touch with us to talk about private functions.

Open 7 days a week for breakfast and lunch with Thursday evening reserved for our seafood and paella feast.

Monday - Saturday 07.30 - 17:00
Sunday 07:30 - 15:00

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Price Range: Reasonable
Seating: Unknown
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Take-Aways



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