Butter – All Day Breakfast & Bistro Bar: A Deliciously Buttered-Up Experience

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BUTTER - All Day Breakfast & Bistro Bar

If you’re a fan of butter, then you won’t want to miss out on visiting Butter – All Day Breakfast & Bistro Bar, a cosy bistro-bar located in Cape Town’s CBD. The owners of Butter, sisters Aninke and Karien van Antwerpen, believe that butter is the noblest of ingredients, and they’ve created a menu that celebrates it in all its glory. The result is a mouth-watering selection of dishes and drinks that are sure to delight.

Finger-Licking Food at Butter

The food at Butter is truly exceptional. Whether you’re after breakfast, lunch, or brunch cocktails, you won’t be disappointed. The Hashbrown Stack with two poached eggs, bacon, avo, feta, peppadew, and rocket is a popular choice and is sure to leave you feeling satisfied. The Make Room For Mushroom, a hearty mushroom and Parmesan risotto, is another delicious option that pairs well with a glass of white wine. And if you’re feeling cheeky, you can pair your meal with a Butter White Russian cocktail or an Old Fashioned.

Vegans are also catered for with dishes such as the Barefoot Salad and Bowl for the Soul. And for those looking for a mid-morning snack, the homemade Butter Scone served with butter, cream, and homemade berry jam is a must-try.

Let the Sun Shine at Butter

Butter’s buttery-cream walls and open umbrellas are a ray of sunshine on Loop Street. The outdoor seating area is perfect for people-watching, while inside the vibe is light, bright, and modern. Comfortable wooden tables and chairs provide seating, with lush potted plants and cute drawings on the walls creating a warm, friendly space. And with free Wi-Fi, Butter is the perfect spot for an out-of-the-office workday.

Details for Butter

  • Address: 70 Loop Street, Cape Town CBD
  • Phone: +27 82 853 1939
  • Website: Butter
  • Opening Hours:
  • Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 3pm
  • Saturday, 9am – 3pm
  • Sunday, 10am – 2pm

Butter – All Day Breakfast & Bistro Bar is a must-visit spot for anyone who loves butter and delicious food. With its friendly staff, comfortable seating, and mouth-watering menu, it’s sure to become your go-to breakfast, brunch, or lunch spot in Cape Town.

Environmentalist and Outdoor Enthusiast. Amanda is a nature-loving, energetic, and enthusiastic environmentalist who has dedicated her life to exploring and protecting Cape Town's stunning natural landscapes. She is an experienced hiker, wildlife enthusiast, and advocate for sustainable tourism.

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