Always open. Great service. Best grilled cheese sandwich I've ever eaten. And the coffee is good too. :)
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A lovely neighbourhood coffee shop / restaurant, where everybody is made to feel special and welcome. Food delicious, service great and wonderful coffee.
On a Saturday morning Croft & Co was absolutely buzzing - adults, babies, toddlers and lots of very well behaved dogs - all having a fabulous time. Food was delicious - tomatoes on toast was my choice, others had excellent scrambled eggs. Coffee was very...More
Okay so for a laugh we had a late lunch but from the breakfast menu. With the rain pouring down just to complete our not quite sitting in the rain but close enough afternoon. Great cafe, cuppuchino was wonderful and it takes a lot for...More
Croft & Co remains one of our favourite restaurants - for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We had breakfast there today and the friendly welcome by Lebo, Mandla and Bellagia made our morning a special one. The scrambled eggs and mince with ciabatta never disappoints, also...More
A wonderful street cafe style coffee shop with regular cyclists making this a cool alternative to coffee shops in the malls. All the regular breakfast options are available . The setting makes the difference with tables available on the street front.
We had a great lunch at Croft yesterday, the burgers were excellent, as was the service by Johannes and Mandla.
We made a dinner reservation based on the menu on the website. When we arrived we were presented with a single A4 page print out menu. Completely different from the website menu and extremely over priced. The cheapest main meal was a hamburger for R90....More
Had breakfast and it was ok, but not as delicious as I was expecting based on the rave reviews: coffee was good but not great; I had the scrambled egg and sausage and there was absolutely nothing wrong with them, they would just not make...More
This is a super place to have a meeting or just chill over a cuppa. Nice staff, decent value. Great to sit on the pavement and watch the local world go by