Café Mosaic is a unique South African mixture of the French Café de la Rue, the Dutch Coffee Bar, the German Strasse Kaffe and the English Pub: a family orientated rendezvous in the Main Road of Darling. Here visitors and newcomers can meet the locals and learn everything about Darling they need to know.
Coffee and cake, calamari and chips, lasagne and salads and home made pies are served with an assortment of beverages ranging from soft drinks to hard tack. A menu with light meals and snacks is available
This is the locals’ watering hole after work, the place where rugby, soccer and cricket games are viewed and a safe venue where fathers and mothers can teach their offspring how to play pool. Business hours are from 9h00 in the morning till late at night.
|address:||Main Road, Darling, 7345|
|tel:||022 492 2307|
|cell:||082 402 0963|
|hours:||Open daily 10h00 am – 02h00 am|
|notes:||Contact Liezel or Beyers at tel.no. 022 492 2307 to book groups or order take-aways.|
Welcome to Chicory Cheese Café.
Located just off the Main Road, Darling’s much-loved neighbourhood café offers guests a relaxing home feel.
Perfect for lazy breakfasts and leisurely lunches, this charming venue is very casual with just a dollop of sophistication. It is just the place to take your mom on the weekend, your pooch for an afternoon cake and tea and your kid for a morning chino.
With free wireless during the day, Chicory Cheese is the ideal place for that casual business breakfast or lunch.
Make sure you stop by and soak up the atmosphere while tucking into some of our delicious food.
Catering for the intolerant to the indulgent, our intuitive seasonal menu means meals are cooked to order, juices freshly squeezed.
We take pride in our single origin coffee, specially roasted for us on a weekly basis.
Join us in sharing the love for good food.
A treat for your stomach and your soul.
We are all about feeling good, enjoying life and establishing a foundation for healthy eating.
|address:||5 Long Street Darling|
|tel:||076 975 6197|
|hours:||Monday to Friday: 08h30 to 16h00
Saturday & Public Holidays: 08h30 to 14h00
Sundays we are closed
Watch the Darling Sweet team lovingly produce the most delectable old fashioned quality handcrafted toffee and toffee spreads at their beautiful premises that originally housed Darling’s General Dealer Store – which was known as Retief se Winkel and built around the turn of the 20th century.
Darling Sweet came into existence in late 2013 when Hentie van der Merwe and Frits van Ryneveld decided to start a toffee company in their hometown Darling.
Their toffees are preservative free – and they add no synthetic flavourants – creating a real old fashioned ‘clean label’ butter toffee – and probably one of the healthiest toffees on the market!
Their products are Kosher certified (except for their wines toffees).
Darling Sweet also sells raw veld flower honey from the cape coastal region as well as their popular West Coast Fleur de Sel.
The team is very proud of their recyclable packaging, and that their toffee wrappers are biodegradable.
Darling Sweet’s handcrafted process ensures a top-quality product, but also coincides with Frits and Hentie’s focus on job creation and skills and career development for the Darling community.
The Toffee Gallery – Darling’s own contemporary art space is housed within their building with exhibitions of South Africa’s top artists. To be added to the mailing list of upcoming shows please mail email@example.com
The premises is wheel-chair as well as child-friendly.
|address:||7A Long Street, Darling|
|tel:||022 492 2101|
|cell:||083 235 4002|
|trading hours:||Mon – Sat 08:00 – 17:00
Sun 10:00 – 14:00
Closed Xmas, Good Friday, Boxing Day & New Year’s Day
The Pienaar family has always been passionate about farming. Their dream realised several years ago when they established a 17 hectare olive grove at Het Bos, their farm on the outskirts of Darling on the Cape West Coast.
This region has a maritime Mediterranean climate which is ideally suited for olive growing; they chose to plant the well-known Frantoio Cultivar. The slight spicy and peppery character of this oil suits most palates. The high anti-oxidant count makes it one of the healthiest olive oils.
The ‘little’ grove at Het Bos is big enough to make a meaningful quantity, yet small enough for them to hand craft and create a superb product and present it with pride & joy.
|tel:||022 492 2557|
|cell:||082 509 0425|
|fax:||086 690 9985|
|notes:||Visits by appointment|
Being a unique and trendy hotspot for locals and tourists alike, the Marmalade Cat, is everything its names suggests! The small marmalade-coloured building is easy to spot on Darling’s main road and as one walks past bougainvilleas to enter the yellow, white and blue polka-dotted shop, one is greeted by smiling faces, freshly baked scents and a kaleidoscope of gifts and collectables individually selected by the owner, Sandi Collins.
The Marmalade Cat is the perfect place for a bustling atmosphere, freshly prepared, flavour-filled breakfasts, lunches, morning and afternoon teas. Specialties such as the fluffy bacon and feta omelets for breakfast, or the designer chicken pies will have you desperate to return for more! The Marmalade Cat is also open on Friday nights for their famous pizzas, which include a complementary salad to start and an atmosphere that is sure to have you dancing by the end of the night. The Marmalade Cat is also the perfect place for birthday or business functions, which must be booked in advance.
So with its flower and fountain filled courtyard, good-mood music, delicious food, treasured gifts and a real-life marmalade cat to top it all off, you’re likely to have a spring in your step for the rest of the day.
|address:||19 Main Road, Darling|
|tel:||022 492 2515|