My favorite hobby is discovering new places, and even more so, places with delicious cuisine that leaves an everlasting memory in my food loving-brain – as well as beautifully decorated spaces.
My latest discovery is Mulberry & Prince (kitchen and bar).
Cornel Mostert met New Yorker, Cynthia Rivera at the International Culinary Institute in Manhattan and together they bring a slice of the “city-that-never-sleeps” to the Mother City. Mulberry & Prince, in the Cape Town CBD is evidence of a welcome trend in the city – the opening of diners and after-hours spots beyond Bree, Long and Kloof streets. The “sharing plates” can best be described as, “New American” and won’t go amiss in any hip eatery – from Brooklyn to the West Village.
Besides the very interesting dinner menu, what’s really interesting for me is their unusual SUNDAY BRUNCH MENU, consisting of dishes like, Biscuit and Gravy, Chicken and Waffles, Buttermilk Pancakes, Oysters and Eggs, Cheddar Omelette, Shrimp and Grits, Cinnamon Roll, Brioche French Toast, Oatmeal, Shrimp and Grits and Eggs any style.
– Special Brunch Cocktails:
Spicy Bloody Mary
Ambience and Decor
An impeccably designed space with sienna-coloured leather, large globular light bulbs, a hint of pastel and gorgeous tables. Artwork by Kurt Pio and tastefully exposed bricks complete the look. The city’s young and fabulous have swooned over the design, concept and “Instagram-ability” of the space: a charcoal exterior and dusty pink interior with the décor of a design magazine. A must visit if you are living in the mother city, and if not then put it on your list to-do when next in the gorgeous Kaapstad.
Mulberry and Prince
Dinner Only 7pm-10pm
To book your table contact:
T: 021 422 3301
12 Pepper Street
Facebook: Mulberry and Prince