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I must have driven past this place a 100 times. They are between the main road in the museum gardens. A true hidden gem. Such care and perfection on a plate. Definitely homemade bread, free range eggs. We sat on the old fashioned stoep in...More
Great little cafe tucked away inside a quaint building, housing an art gallery and a pottery museum. Difficult to find but worth looking out for. They also have tables in the garden area. The service was good and the breakfast was well presented and very...More
A restaurant that is also an art gallery in a beautiful 18th century farmhouse. Unlike so many Cape Town eateries, here you don't have to forgo good service or quality food to eat in an unusual setting. The staff are friendly and attentive, the menu...More
Situated in a historical building, adjoining an art gallery and ceramic museum, Yoco showed lots of promise. The restaurant was about 60% full. When we entered and were seated, we were presented with a short but sweet menu. We asked the waitress for a minute...More
I discovered Yoco Eatery by accident. I was going for a run when I happened past Yoco. I stopped in to enquire how long they had been open (quite a while) and promised to come back later, which I did. I was blown away at...More
We had lunch at Yoco eatery yesterday and we will definitely be back. I had the vegetarian pasta which was homemade and cooked to perfection! My husband had the pickle burger which he also enjoyed. The only negative was that the service was a bit...More