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This establishment continues to blossom and grow in the East of Pretoria. It’s been around for many years but endures by keeping up with all the trends. While it might not be the new kid on the block, Blos Café continues to offer multi-tier services to their ever-growing list of specialities.
With a design that’s a mixture of modern and classic, artistic with a farmhouse characteristic that’s so true to South African style, Blos Café is a 420-seater restaurant that offers a bistro-style menu. From breakfast to dinner, coffee time and sundowners, Blos Café offers everything you need for any time of the day.
Blos Café has a beautiful and cleverly designed vegetable garden with different veggies growing in re-purposed crates – already an assurance that you’ll be receiving the freshest ingredients! Step inside and you’re offered many different seating areas to choose from. This large establishment offers an open-air deck that overlooks a lush garden, or you can choose to sit somewhere more privately, perhaps near the fireplace?
Open from 7am each day to accommodate cyclists and early-risers, we highly recommend popping over to get your caffeine fix and delighting your taste buds with one of their French toast options. Think of cream cheese, gooseberry compote and crispy bacon!
Delicious early breakfasts are not the only thing Blos Café is known for – they’re quite a popular place to be at if you’re looking to bite into a scrumptious and fully satisfying burger. They even offer slider evenings where, for R 90, you can order as many as your heart desires! We also love how Blos Café has evenings dedicated to different themes – we can’t wait to visit for the gin and sushi tasting nights!
A splendid place to enjoy some sundowners after a long day at work, or somewhere to grab a bite with the one you love, Blos Café makes you feel welcome no matter what. It’s also what keeps us going back for more!
A: Plot 66, corner of Olympus Road and Leaander Street, Faerie Glen, Pretoria
T: 012 991 1790
Words Cassidy Taylor-Memmory. Images Supplied
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