Upper Union: A New Culinary Experience on Kloof Street

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Upper Union

If you’re looking for a unique and fresh dining experience in Cape Town, Upper Union is the place to be. Located on Upper Union Street, off Kloof Street, this newly renovated heritage building is set to become a neighborhood favorite. The restaurant focuses on sharing plates and global flavors, creating a stylish eatery that offers a relaxed neighborhood vibe where guests can enjoy the company of friends and family in a comfortable, casual style.

A Menu Designed by Chef Amori Burger

The menu is designed by Chef Amori Burger, a Silwood School of Cookery graduate, and is inspired by global cuisine. The menu features both large and small plates to share. The vegetarian and lamb dishes are real standouts, with every flavor perfectly complementing the mains.

A Beautiful and Inviting Space

The Victorian-inspired stained-glass windows, mosaic, custom tiles on the five fireplaces, and the emerald, black, and white design palette with brass and marble create a beautiful and inviting space. The restaurant features an outdoor seating area, perfect for enjoying the beautiful Cape Town weather while you dine.

Excellent Cocktail Menu and Wine List at Upper Union

Upper Union also boasts an excellent cocktail menu designed by Just Short in collaboration with the kitchen team and a wine list featuring small-scale local producers.


  • Where to find it: 3 Upper Union Street, off Kloof Street, Cape Town
  • Contact: 021 891 0360, reservations@upperunion.co.za
  • Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 11:30 AM – 10 PM

Upper Union Highlights

The lamb and vegetarian dishes are a must-try. The portions are small, but the accompaniments are delicious, making for a great dining experience. The service and staff are friendly and welcoming. The ambiance is beautiful and charming, with a relaxed neighborhood vibe. Take advantage of the chermoula whipped carrots and fire-grilled cabbage, as they are the show’s stars.

Meta: Discover Upper Union, the new neighbourhood favourite in Cape Town! Enjoy global flavours and sharing plates in a stylish, relaxed atmosphere. Book now!

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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