A guided tour through the premises unveils quite a few of the secrets of good coffee making. Truth Coffee in Buitenkant Street in Cape Town is THE place for a delicious coffee. If you click the link you can read the Truth about coffee making… 😉
‘Steampunk’ is a relatively new trend; also in South Africa. Truth has globally been on the forefront of this new trend when it opened the premises in Buitenkant Street a few years ago.
Haas Collective in Buitenkant Street is one of those trendy coffee cafes in Cape Town (later today more about Truth coffee in the same street). Haas Collective combines coffees and foods with fun shopping. Not just ordinary crafts that you can buy anywhere but unique pieces by upmarket artisans and designers in the own region.
One of our neighbours, Adrienne Jones, loves to drink her coffee in the company of friends (I call them the ‘Mahjong Brigade’ for they play Mahjong) in the Coffee Corner in our village. Her picture (left) is one of a series of ‘Candid Portraits’ I published in this blog during the past month.
Today a compilation of the ones that got the most ‘likes.
The Coffee Corner in Morton Street, Stanford, South Africa is the place where villagers gather, play games, do their wireless computer work, talk and talk, pamper their babies, relax, read the newspaper, pick up a fast snack, dream, cry, laugh and above all enjoy a delicious cup of coffee and affordable food.
Although the people saw me one morning walking around with camera-equipment virtually all pictures are made the ‘candid camera way’.
The Bypassers did not see the STOP sign …