Cape Town truly does offer the best of everything – from the rugged mountains beaming with pride to the fluidity of the ocean. The bustling atmosphere, a new experience lurking around every corner, a secret gem to discover.
If ever you needed one more reason to fall in love with this beautiful city, the array of gorgeous eateries boasting scrumptious treats might win over your heart.
But we’re not alone in thinking that… One of Cape Town’s quaint coffee shops on Bree Street found a home for itself in the Financial Times, a leading global business publication.
Rosetta Roastery is Cape Town’s exclusive-single-origin specialty coffee roastery, sourcing and roasting coffees from award-winning estates and microlots across the globe.
Founded by Jono Le Feuvre, Rob Cowles and Jeff van Aswegen, this trendy spot has become a favourite for locals and tourists alike as one person expressed that it “Redefines the coffee experience”.
The incredible news spread like wildfire as Rosetta Roastery said: “We’re honoured to have had our Bree St cafe included by the Financial Times in their list of ‘best independent coffee shops in the world'”.
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This impressive name drop adds to the list of growing accolades as in 2018 and 2019, Rosetta Roastery won The Coffee Magazine’s “South African Coffee Roastery of the Year”.
On the list of ‘The best independent coffee shops in the world’, Rosetta Roastery was joined by Boot Café, a charming little location in Paris, Me Kolonaki in Athens and Spill the Bean in Dubai. Have a look at the full list here.
The next time you’re strolling down Bree Street, make sure to pop in and enjoy a hot cuppa Joe at Rosetta Roastery! You can find them on 101 Bree St, CBD, Cape Town.