Four & Twenty: Eggs Benny and Bubbles in the Constantia Winelands

1 min read
Four & Twenty

If you’re looking for a charming café to satisfy your brunch cravings, Four & Twenty is the perfect spot for you. Located on Chelsea Village’s high street, this café has been loved by brunch-loving hedonists and health-conscious foodies alike for a long time.

Tracy-Leigh Gaag and her colleagues have established a new location of Four & Twenty at Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate. Nestled among other cottages, the new establishment offers the same delectable cuisine as the original Wynberg location, with minor modifications.

All-Day Breakfast and Bakes at Four & Twenty

The café’s menu features decadent Benedicts, such as the Green Eggs & Ham Benedict, which consists of poached eggs, Dijon-brushed sourdough, basil Hollandaise, and crackling hickory ham. There are also customizable breakfast options, a brunch platter, and banana and pecan streusel pancakes. And let’s not neglect their freshly baked delights, which include an assortment of scones and muffins.

Lazy Lunches with a View

The café offers a colorful array of lunch options, including a fiery calamari salad with mango, jalapeno, and confit garlic and a classic and comforting ham-and-cheese toastie with a bechamel and honey-mustard glaze. All of the above complement a glass (or bottle) of Constantia Uitsig wine splendidly. Alternately, various fresh beverages, coffees, and silk-teabag concoctions are available. Finally, if the sun is shining, claim a position on the veranda and take in the breathtaking views of the vineyard.

Relaxing Atmosphere

Four & Twenty is a cozy and hospitable establishment created to make you feel at home. You can settle by one of the windows and take in the sun or appreciate the courtyard outside. The tranquil atmosphere and the personnel will make you feel right at home. Of course, there are better places to find a calm place to work, but it is beautiful to catch up with friends over coffee and dessert.

Book in advance if you plan to visit, as it can get quite busy. And remember to check out their Instagram for any announcements about weekend sundowners.

Contact Information for Four & Twenty:
– Address: Cottage 5, Constantia Uitsig Wine Estate, Spaanschemat River Road, Constantia, Cape Town
– Working hours: Monday – Saturday, 8 am – 5 pm; Sunday, 9 am – 4 pm
– Website: Four & Twenty
– Phone: +27 21 012 5994

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.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

Remembering Tiego Moseneke: A Revolutionary Leader

Next Story

The Ashburton Interchange Project and its Benefits to South Africa

Latest from Blog

Unraveling the Complexities of Democracy in the South African Parliament

The South African Parliament plays a crucial role in formulating new laws, revising current ones, and promoting transparency and accountability. The upcoming plenary sessions of the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces will address significant bills that could reshape the socioeconomic fabric of the country. The public can watch the live streams on Parliament TV or social media channels, ensuring these crucial deliberations are widely accessible and transparent. The Parliament’s commitment to openness and inclusivity continually preserves the democratic spirit of South Africa.

Power to the People: Cape Town’s Innovative Energy Initiative

Cape Town’s Cash for Power programme allows residents and businesses to sell surplus solar PV power to the city, earning a combination of bill credits and cash payouts. The programme has already facilitated the purchase of 25 million kilowatthours of solar power from microgenerators and aligns with the city’s objective to eliminate loadshedding. Mayor HillLewis emphasises the importance of collective efforts in shifting towards a greener future and lauds the programme’s worth. The programme is expanding to include more residents and aims to diversify the city’s energy supply with independent power supply.

A New Dawn for the City: The Radiant Transformation of the City Ombudsman

The City Ombudsman is a mediator between residents and city administrators, offering a forum for dialogue and active participation. The office is easily accessible via phone, email, and an online portal, and they provide thorough examination of all complaints. The Ombudsman’s independence is crucial, and the rejuvenation of the office symbolizes the growing influence of administrative oversight and a commitment to transparency.

The Unsettling State of Cape Town: A Surge in Assaults and Arrests

The city of Cape Town is in an unsettling state due to a surge in assaults and arrests. In just two days, the Public Emergency Communication Centre received 154 calls reporting assault incidents, alongside a significant number of citations and arrests. The city is urging residents to report any suspicious or criminal actions, as the current state of the city is distressing. Law enforcement officers have also made notable drug seizures and arrests, highlighting the influence of alcohol abuse and genderbased violence as catalysts for violence in communities.

The Dynamic Operations of South Africa’s Parliament: A Week’s Insight

South Africa’s Parliament is a bustling hub of decisionmaking and conversation, where the nation’s destiny is crafted. A typical week includes committee meetings, debates on national matters, and opportunities for public engagement. From thorough examination and indepth analysis to discourses on nationwide concerns, each day is a testament to South Africa’s dynamic democracy. The pulse of Parliament beats through its committee meetings, and public interaction is encouraged. Parliamentarians, such as Mr. Christiaan Frederik Beyers Smit, are committed to serving the public, and each week in Parliament showcases a vibrant blend of discussion, examination, and action.