Pulp Kitchen & Deli (Gardens, Cape Town)

Mill and Buitenkant Streets (corner of)
Store No 10a upper level

Gardens, Cape Town
Western Cape
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Pulp Kitchen consider themselves a neighborhood hub; a meeting place to rendezvous, relax and refuel with delicious nosh. They are the social and appetizing pulse of The Gardens Shopping Centre and encourage you to enjoy a tasty, healthy meal while delightfully watching the world go by.

They follow the belief that 'local is lekker' and in fostering a greener future. The furniture / café has been designed by a local designer, using recycled material, working hand-in-hand with local manufacturers, table tops and chairs are made from re-used materials and the counters and shelves are bamboo, which is 100% sustainable. And, they have even ensured that the majority of our packaging is green to go.

Food is Pulp Kitchen's pride and joy sourcing most of their produce from local suppliers and using as many organic and free-range products where possible. Herbs are restaurant grown in the garden, and tasty cupcakes are made by Mom, with love from Honeybun Cupcakes.

At Pulp, they are passionate about living for today and enjoying life to the fullest, but most importantly... they live for the love of food and want to share it with you.

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Price Range: Reasonable
Seating: 30+
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Take-Aways
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