welcome to the oldest gentlemans club in the world
Welcome to The Bombay Bicycle Club, Cape Town’s wonderfully wacky bohemian love den at the top of the hill, where everything is possible and always ensues.
Headed up by Madame Zingara, The Bombay is a representation of our colourful history and an expression of our eclectic past; a venue where you are encouraged to let your hair down and expected to stay up way past your bed time.
The menu is a collection of all-time favourites that have enchanted our diners for many years, complemented by an ever-changing collection of specials which embrace our local borough traders and keep even the most jaded palate amused.
As The Bombay represents our past, so The Sidewalk Cafe symbolizes the new. One for the wild and hedonistic, and one for the gentle soul – the yin and yang of Madame Zingara.
The re-incarnated Sidewalk café is one of those small and bustling local brassiers that continues to deliver top quality food with consistent friendly and happy service.
With tables spilling out onto the shaded pedestrian walkway and antique market of Church Street, Café Mozart has for many years been the perfect spot to relax and watch the city go by.
Open 6 days a week for breakfast and lunch, there is no better place to rest weary feet after a long mornings shopping, meet a friend to catch up or take advantage of the wifi and get some work done over a steaming cup of coffee.
For many years, the best thing to do on a sunny afternoon in Cape Town has been to head up Kloof Street to Cafè Paradiso to enjoy the warm hospitality, Mediterranean ambience and superbly cooked traditional fare. This renowned restaurant, with its beautiful garden setting and breathtaking panoramic views has been charming locals and visitors alike for two decades, and has always remained a well-loved establishment in the Mother City.