We are going to be closed from Monday to Wednesday this week and on the 1st January
It’s Garden season at Starlings.
Our customers enjoy our garden through most of the year as a respite from the indoor life. We look forward to welcoming you to our backgarden cafe as the days get warmer and longer.
Open on Sundays now for breakfast from 8-2 & serving all-day breakfast on Saturday from 8-2 but open till 4 for coffee and bakes
We are open again on Sundays from 8-2 for all day breakfasts
We have created our Starlings Annex next door at 92 Belvedere to be more work friendly for our customers. This is a glimpse of our private Hush-Hush room with its own patio designed for your meetings and workshops.
Contact us here or Trish or Masande at Starlings 021 671 6875 if you would like to view or make use of the space.
This starling at Tshokwane picnic spot in the Kruger Park brought back memories of early days at Starlings. These shiny blue birds and the idea of a rest camp inspired us when we started our cafe in Belvedere Road in Cape Town
Good Bread is a cornerstone of our menu at Starlings. We source our sourdough, rye and brioches rolls from Woodstock Bakery; our wholewheat bread is homemade daily, and there is a low-carb option for those who prefer.
Woodstock Bakery is well regarded for their hand shaped, wood fired loaves made from local stone ground flour with no preservatives or additives. They bake a maximum of 800 loaves a day to ensure their high quality standards.
|Overheard a customer say that Starlings Cafe’s marmalade would win this award 🙂 We love our hand-made marmalade from Margaret in Cape Town.|
We don’t advertise. We don’t have a sign on our wall.
We aren’t chefs.
We we are a local that welcomes everyone who comes through our door offering a respite from the day to day.
We care about carefully sourced produce well prepared accompanied by a Flat White we are proud to serve.
A coffee shop behind a hedge. Just that
We love getting our organic spinach and rocket from Mosima Pale. He is an urban farmer who cultivates fresh produce on a small piece of land in Wynberg -Malopo Urban Agriculture
We love Perennial Plate. Filmmakers Daniel & Mirra Klein have travelled the world making documentaries about our food and the people involved in its production. Here is a montage they made in South Africa. We loved meeting them at Starlings.
Episode for Madiba