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In 1882, the Old Power Station brought power to the Cape Town dockyard, blazing a trail for trade in Cape Town and the African continent. Today, this powerhouse of innovation is still generating bright ideas through the V&A Food Market – an artisanal street food market that brings together locally produced products, cutting edge concepts and affordability together, seven days a week, in the heart of the V&A Waterfront. Winter Times: (May – October) Sunday to Thursday 10am – 7pm; Friday and Saturday 10am – 8pm Summer Times: (Nov – April) Sunday to Thursday 10am – 8pm; Friday and Saturday 10am – 9pm
If you’re at the V&A around lunchtime or just looking for a snack and a nice place to hang out, the food market is perfect. It’s very similar to Chelsea Market in New York City, but smaller. Still, there’s a ton of variety and I’ve...More
Really cool indoor market if you're looking for a bite to eat and a drink after exploring the V&A. Also great if you are with a group and different people want to try different foods. There are benches to sit at outside which is located...More
Great place for Brunch, Lunch or an afternoon snack. Great choice of food from Pizza, via Sushi, Venison, Biltong, Thai, Indian, Oysters, Craft Beer, Bakery, ... you name it.
There is seating both inside (upstairs) or outside (with street music). The Knysna oysters stand out....More
As the sign above the door says "Experience Goodness" this place is amazing so many gorgeous smells and fantastic tasting food. Completely recommend a visit or two when in V & A area on the Waterfront.
We visited the V&A food market and were pleasantly surprised by the vast selection of food and other goodies on offer. There were chocolatiers, shops selling fudge, biltong, pies and cakes, lots of food outlets selling a vast choice of food to either take home...More
Cool place if you're looking for a quick bite or one place offering lots of different choices. I ended up ordering some chicken specialty from Tunisian Delights and it was quite good. There are many different little stalls and places to order from under one...More