The Foodbarn Deli (Cape Town)

Noordhoek Farm Village
Corner Village Lane and Noordhoek Main Road

Western Cape
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In the deep south of Noordhoek the deli is the place to be.


Breakfast is not a quiet affair, it is bustling and busy and it is beautiful to behold. The bottomless filter coffee and freshly baked butter croissants are a big drawing card. The breakfasts are difficult to resist. A must have are the poached eggs benedict smothered in hollandaise sauce, with confied cherry tomatoes and a mountain of bacon on a potato rosti.

Lunch is a selection of light meals including salads and trammezzinis. Remember to check the boards for the daily specials.

Before you leave, browse the deli and pick up a scrumptious home made pie or quiche to enjoy later (be warned the pies sell out quickly so get there early), grab a newspaper and a bottle of wine or be tempted by the selection of cakes, tarts and biscuits on display. The deli is dedicated to reducing its carbon footprint so they source fresh produce as locally as possible.


The vibe of the deli during the day continues into the evening for tapas. (Tapas at the deli is probably one of Cape Towns best kept secrets) The menu alone is enough to make your mouth water:  arancini risotto balls, slow braised pork belly, chicken livers pili pili, flash fried prawns pili pili, lightly curried fried calamari... need I say more?

The Deli opening hours:

Monday - Sunday, 8:00 - 16:30
*no bookings

Tapas opening hours:

Tuesday - Saturday, 18:00 - close
*bookings recommended

Twitter: @foodbarn_deli

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Price Range: Reasonable
Seating: 30+
  • Licensed
  • Wifi
  • WheelChair Access
  • Child Friendly
  • Accept Credit Cards
  • Parking



The Foodbarn Deli (Cape Town)

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