About Birds Boutique Café

Birds Boutique Café in the centre of the Cape Town city bowl is a unique, artistic refuge for the hungry and city weary! The owner, a keen and talented ceramicist, will have you enchanted by the folk and fauna themes running through the café, in a muted European fashion.

With crisp light interiors, minimalist raw wooden tables and dusky pink ceramic swans as sugar bowls, the ambiance lies in the fresh concepts of the styling and the menu. On the menu: organic, rustic, baked-by-hand goods like chocolate and cherry scones and slabs of shortbread.

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WhereBirds Boutique Café, 127 Bree Street, Cape Town Central, City Bowl, Cape Town

WhenClosed on weekends.

Telephone+27 (0)21 426-2534

OvernightThe closest town is CBD, in Cape Town

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