Kamili Coffee in Cape Town is for anyone who appreciates a good cup of coffee

Kamili Coffee Shop – Cape Town – Western Cape

Kamili Coffee Shop – Cape Town – Western Cape

As far as coffee shops go, you can bet that there is a wide variety to choose from in the beautiful city of Cape Town. If you are searching for trendy coffee shops which have an uplifting atmosphere and a refreshing selection of coffees; look no further than Kamili Coffee.

With two shops situated along the famous Long Street as well as on Harrington Street, Kamili Coffee is known for producing top-quality, revitalising coffees; giving you the energy you need to keep up with the hustle and bustle of the Cape Town City Centre.

The team at Kamili Coffee have worked tirelessly to master their freshly roasted coffee production as well as creating a haven full of flavour for both coffee connoisseurs and those just needing a steamy cup for a pick-me-up. Due to the popularity of their beans, you can find their own range of products which are available for purchase on both their website or in store.

Not only do they distribute their perfectly roasted coffee beans to several of the top coffee shops, offices & call centres but they also create some of the most appetising snacks. Visitors can also enjoy a cup of their amazing coffee whilst enjoying their selection of mouth-watering pies, croissants and sandwiches.

The hip and trendy atmosphere of the coffee shops, make you feel totally relaxed and at peace – truly one of the best places to just let your hair down and catch up with your friends and family. You can enjoy coffee and snacks at great prices and delight yourself in exceptional, friendly service from their staff.

Kamili on Harrington

The Kamili Coffee shop on Harrington Street is trendy in style, but it keeps its rustic atmosphere. Whilst this store is more of an On-the-go coffee shop, it still has ample space available for groups of friends who want to sit back and relax together.

During my visit to their shop, I decided to try an Iced Cannacoffee and dug into an appetising pepper steak pie. The Iced Cannacoffee was extremely refreshing; with unique flavours that gave me the energy boost I needed for the day. Pairing my drink with the mouth-watering pie also tantalised my taste buds, with just the right proportion of filling to pastry.

Visitors can enjoy themselves either in their upstairs or downstairs areas, whilst also having the option of sitting outside and enjoying the ebb and flow of city life.

Kamili on Long

Kamili Coffee on Long - Cape Town

A more cosmopolitan setting is found at the Kamili coffee store on Long street. This shop has more of an international customer base and has an atmosphere that encourages their customers to sit back and relax during their visit.

Located on the vibrant Long Street, this store is so popular that many of their visitors are simply lured in by the enticing aroma of freshly brewed coffee and the trendy décor, resulting in several locals having turned into regular customers, who visit both locations on an almost daily basis!

Top reasons for visiting Kamili Coffee:

  1. Great coffee and eateries.
  2. A rejuvenating atmosphere and trendy décor.
  3. The ideal place to meet up with friends or get some work done.
  4. Ideally located within the Cape Town City Centre.

Find out more about Kamili Coffee by giving them a call on 021 422 1452 or emailing coffee@kamilicoffee.co.za. Visit their website at kamilicoffee.co.za. Find Kamili on Harrington on Google Maps. Find Kamili on Long on Google Maps.

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