Corner of Loop and Longmarket Streets
Sunday – Thursday
11:00 – 23:00
Friday – Saturday
11:00 – 02:00 Visit Website
Honey Badger is a trendy bistro in the heart of Cape Town with big wooden windows to the street allowing you to feel the pulse of the city and its peaceful rhythm. Serving only the best organically produced, fresh and seasonal cuisine we aim to provide you with an incomparable experience. No detail is too small, and this is ably illustrated in everything from the bespoke, designed décor to the hand selected Deluxe barista brewed coffee. A sense of pervasive quality is inherent, where the class isn’t just in the name; it’s in every aspect of your dining experience. Its relaxed atmosphere invites you to linger long after your meal. The Honey Badger is a great way to spend the night!
The ingredients are sourced locally and organically as far as possible, and the menu changes according to season and the creative inspiration of Chef Patrick Blackie, and pastry Chef Tsholofelo Modise.
We live by the motto “Food Without Pretenses”: Back-to-basics, delicious food, artisan beer and selected wines in a relaxed atmosphere. At The Honey Badger we believe the simplest recipe can be an enjoyment of excellent food with attention to detail, passion and dedicated attitude. Our vision is founded on enjoying food as a fundamental quality of life, at times provocative but always aimed at preserving the purity of the original flavor.
So whether you’re looking for somewhere to have breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a drink, The Honey Badger is the place you want to be.
This exhibition aims to celebrate the undercover artists; the people who commit time to add beauty to their world INBETWEEN everything else that life demands from them.
You might find them in usual places like office buildings, behind tills or even in uniform.
They often have and extraordinary commitment to answer the call of their souls:
Many of them do not recognize the values that they add to life by simply putting time aside to do so.
They might not all call themselves artists but they all have something in common:
the passion to create.
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