The Oranjezicht City Farm is a non-profit project celebrating local food, culture and community in Cape Town, South Africa.
They’re always looking for volunteers. Be sure to join their Facebook page to get the latests news.
Open to the public every Wednesday between 4pm and 6pm, one is able to pick an incredible selection of locally grown seasonal produce. Really worth checking out and supporting.
Tel: 021 801 5799. corner of Sidmouth Avenue and Upper Orange Street, Oranjezicht, adjacent to Homestead Park. Cape Town city centre
City Bowl Market on Hope is becoming the place where Cape foodies meet.
Relax at this fun market every Thursdays (16:30 – 20:30) and Saturdays (09:00 – 14:00)
Enjoy live music, good company and delicious food from around the world.
Their mission is to be a viable and sustainable, independent, quality food market, rooted in the local community
Address: 14 Hope Street, Gardens, Cape Town
City Bowl Market vendors to check out:
Vegan & vegetarian indian street food at its best right here in Cape Town @ the Waterfront’s Market on the Wharf.
Filling lunchtime rice pancakes cramped full of vegan delights, spicy dhal infused soup, etc. See menu screenshot below.
You can find them in the upstairs section of the market and enjoy your meal in chilled Indian lounge setting.
Tel: 076 518 5315.
Packed full of vendors who are leading way forward with conscientious food. This is a market not to be missed!
Bay harbour market vendors to check out:
“Our A Grade lamb is sourced from farms using low stress stock handling techniques and is free from unnecessary additives, hormones and preservatives.
This enables us to guarantee the free range lamb that you get is 100% organically produced and can be traced back to its farm of origin.”