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Cocoa Oola on Kloof Street
Beloved family-owned cafe serving neighbourhood favourites
Cocoa Wah Wah, Cocoa Cha Chi and Cocoa Oola all form part of the beloved family-owned chain we’ve come to know and love. The cafe-type food, and trendy atmosphere, make them them the perfect place to enjoy a tasty nibble. For over the past 10 years, Cocoa Wah Wah and Cocoa Cha Chi have become the neighbourhood favourites for all locals looking to catch anything from a quick coffee to a hearty meal!
The three cafes are uniquely decorated to showcase their own individuality - allowing patrons to delight in each cafe’s creative originality with a guarantee that the food will be fantastic in any of the restaurants.
The fabulous Kloof street branch is nestled at the foot of Table Mountain and is called Cocoa Oolas. The regulars, at this local gem, are patrons who want to kick back in a place with a good vibe, great food and even better company- expect hipsters and hippies. The cafe’s proximity to Table Mountain makes is a tourist hotspot.
The large selection of craft beers makes it one of our favourite watering holes - and don't get us started on the incredible pizzas and burgers. The chicken tramezzini with wasabi mayo is sure to knock your socks off too, and only for R65!
A lovely selling point is that they are open every day of the year except Christmas Day - we absolutely LOVE THIS about them! A place where you can always get good grub and a couple bezza’s with mates- yes please.
We love the motto that if it’s old it’s not sold!
Tip: Have a slice of cake as they are freshly baked by the restaurants and served.
Note: No need to book a table but it is advised if you want to watch a sports game there or have a big dinner.
Opening Times: Monday - Sunday: 7am - 11pm
100 Kloof Street | Gardens | Cape Town | +27(0)21 422 3638
By Tarina Meiring
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