Wynberg Improvement District

Things to do and places to go…
Things to do and places to go…

What’s hot and happening in Wynberg; Wynberg Improvement District’s choice…

Magic on Wolfe Street!  One block on Wolfe Street has some of the most delightful restaurants in Cape Town

Caffé Verdi  21 Wolfe Street – This could be the most fun you’ve had in a long time!  Tuesday evening from 19h30 to 22h00 is Trivial Pursuit night – you can play at Caffé Verdi .  Well worth the R20 cover charge, quiz master John keeps the questions coming… Great fun and popular, you will need to book.   Bonus!! On a chilly evening there’s a warm fire going!  A sophisticated bar with tasty light meals available. It’s closed on Sunday but open for the rest of the week.
Telephone 021 762 0849

Four and Twenty – 23 Wolfe Street – New and trendy, the place to go for a delicious breakfast, the pastries are divine. Open Tuesday – Sunday 8am to 5pm. Closed on Monday. The menu is eclectic and the talented chefs make frequent changes.   Beautiful décor is carried through to the divine table appointments. If you haven’t been yet, you need to get there…
Telephone 021 762 0975.

Erewan Thai Restaurant – 15 Wolfe Street – Authentic Thai cuisine the rave reviews abound; it offers great value, the service is great and the food exceptional.  The Crispy Duck comes highly recommended.
Telephone 021 797 5000.

Kamili Coffee – 1 ½ Wolfe Street – In the very tempting Pierre Cronje showroom in Wynberg Village, Theo Snyckers is a Coffee aficionado and very interesting to chat to.  He has some wonderful preserves and pure honey available in his shop.  We had an excellent cappuccino with a delicious almond pastry.  Freshly roasted Kamili Coffee Beans are on sale. Open from 8am to 5pm.
Telephone 083 444 5375

Penny Lane  In Penny Lane opposite Maynard Mall.  This super little eatery run by hands on owner Cherie has had great review after great review.  The Traditional Breakfasts must be the tastiest and best value Breakfasts in Cape Town.  The light lunches are also very good and reasonably priced.  It opened in Wynberg in 1995 and soon after it opened, people were queuing to get a table. Value!  Not easy to find but find it you must.
No Telephone.

The Terrace Coffee Shop – Chart Farm – The coffee terrace serves delicious home-made cakes, breakfasts and lunches with stunning views to match.  Huge Rose garden and you can choose your favourites for a reasonable price to take home.
Open daily from 9:00am – 4:30pm (last arrivals 4:00pm).
No telephone.

Fill your home with hand-picked Roses from Chart Farm, delicious fare from the deli section at Four and Twenty, Coffee Beans from Kamili and sharpen your brain with the quiz at Verdi.

Bored in Wynberg?  Never!!

LATEST NEWS
Annual General Meeting 2017

Annual General Meeting 2017

All the information and downloadable documents from the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on 30th November 2017.


Tougher water restrictions proposed

Tougher water restrictions proposed

The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee today, 19 January 2017, recommended that Council implement tougher water restrictions at its sitting next week. If approved by Council, these Level 3b restrictions will come into effect from 1 February 2017.


News Summer 2016/17

News Summer 2016/17

The Chairman, Directors and Management of the Wynberg Improvement District wish all a joyous festive season and look forward to serving you in 2017.