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Physical address: Shop 55, Constantia Village, corner Constantia Main Road & Spaanshemat River Road, Constantia
Cuisine: Bistro, Light meals, Contemporary, Continental
Ambience: Comfy & Casual, Contemporary Cool
Monday to Saturday: 7am - 6pm, Sunday and Public Holidays: 8am - 4pm
Tashas has become a buzzword in Cape Town and is a popular hangout for the yummy mummies of the southern suburbs as well as avant garde entrepreneurs meeting over imported iced teas and signature dishes. Ingredients are always fresh and locally sourced, taking great care to create innovative dishes that taste as good as they look. Breakfast is a culinary delight from the classic to exotic dishes such as paizan, bacon rösti and ‘pimp my toast’ will have you ordering seconds. The lunch brigade is tempted by an array of salads, sandwiches, pastas and easy-eating dishes such as the salmon tartare, lamb cutlets, and the pricier steak tagliata and fresh salmon on lentils. Granitas are a specialty not to be missed.Wine:
A limited but well thought-out wine list offering sparkling wine, red and white wines, as well as a range of artisan beers and imported ales.Service:
The service can be a bit slow if the restaurant is at capacity; catching a waiter’s eye is a masterful skill. However, kitchen service is quick and food is delivered with aplomb.Ambience:
The boutique café experience has been mastered on various levels, from the stylish décor down to the colours, making this the place to be seen. Rain or shines, tashas exudes an eclectic buzz of weathered charm and comfort.And...:
Plan for an early start if you want to grab breakfast or be prepared to wait for a lunch table, especially on the weekends. (PU, October 2012)
Excellent restaurant, the food was good and the service was prompt.
Tasha's has it all! Generous menu. Good, yummy, healthy food. Generous portions (like that!). Huge wine glasses. Fantastic fresh juices. And the best coffee in town. Service is super friendly. And yes, can be a waiting time - because so many of us want to eat here... I gladly drive from Camps Bay to have lunch here.
This branch of Tashas is slick, trendy and popular with the locals (20-minute waiting time for a breakfast table). Food and coffee is consistent and nicely presented. The atmosphere is slightly stressful, however, and the acoustics inside make conversation with the person sitting opposite/next to you quite difficult on a weekend morning. Perhaps it would be nice to see a more seasonal twist/influence to the menu, as the menu remains largely unchanged in the time that the Constantia store has been open.
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