Adjusted Level 4: Where to Order Takeaways, Deliveries and More From

With South Africa’s shift to (adjusted) Level 4, I would like to support local restaurants, cafes, businesses and wine farms however I can at present.

Please note: Sit-down dining in restaurants and alcohol orders and/or deliveries are not permitted by law until 11 July (for further review then).

But that doesn’t mean you can’t support local right now! Here are some ways you can help:

  1. Order a takeaway coffee or sandwich from a local eatery or cafe;
  2. Pre-order wine online for delivery once the ban lifts;
  3. Order goods and meals for delivery and enjoy them safely at home.
  4. Book a safe accommodation stay at a local wine estate.
  5. Spread the word on social media. Even one retweet or share can help a business.
  6. Pop into a local farm shop for take-home goodies and explore the gardens or enjoy the MTB trails while you are there.
  7. Be kind and encouraging. Everyone is struggling at the moment – but some are fighting harder battles than us.

These are all small but powerful ways that we can help our hospitality, tourism and wine industries in this difficult time.

Places that I Can Personally Recommend

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Although I have not eaten or purchased goods from every local restaurant, cafΓ© or wine farm – there are a few I do have personal experience with.

I am happy to recommend as many of them on this post as I can find – so this list may be updated before 11 July.

For full details, click through on each listed place’s Instagram post. πŸ™‚

Here, in no particular order, are some of the local places you can order takeaways/deliveries, visit safely or pre-order wine from:

1) Koffi Terapi (Bellville)


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2) Good Food and Co (Franschhoek)

3) Babylonstoren (Franschhoek)

4) Giovanni’s Deli (Green Point, Cape Town):

5) Steenberg Farm (Constantia Wine Valley):

6) Soet Society Cafe (Durbanville):

7) Boschendal (Franschhoek):


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8) Boston Coffee (Bellville):

9) Carlucci’s at Meerendal (Durbanville Wine Valley):

10) Jean Deli at Klein Roosboom:

Note: I have not personally eaten at Jean Deli as yet. However, I have visited Klein Roosboom and love their offerings!

11) Nitida (Durbanville Wine Valley):


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12) De Grendel (Durbanville Wine Valley):

13) Terbodore Cafe (Franschhoek)

Note: I have not visited or eaten at this lovely cafe yet – but I am a huge fan of Terbodore coffee. So I can definitely recommend their coffee for a start! πŸ™‚

14) Spier Farm Cafe (Stellenbosch):


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15) Ginja Beanz Coffee Cafe (Langebaan):

16) 1987 Eatery at Hertex (Bellville):

17) The Olive Bistro (Durbanville)

18) Kunjani Wines (Stellenbosch)

19) Warwick Wine Estate (Stellenbosch)

20) Quoin Rock (Stellenbosch)

21) Bloemendal Wine Estate (Durbanville Wine Valley)

22) Oak Valley Wines (Elgin)


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23) Dunstone Country Estate (Wellington)

24) Blaauwklippen Vineyards (Stellenbosch)

25) Avondale Wines (Paarl)

26) BOSJES (Breede Valley)


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27) Sweetbeet Willowbridge (Bellville)


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28) The Farm Eatery at Diemersdal (Durbanville Wine Valley)

29) Dalewood Fromage (Franschhoek)

Note: I have not yet personally had the pleasure of visiting the farm and cheesery shop but I have had Dalewood’s quality cheeses many, many times over the years and I love all their products so much!

30) The Rusty Oak Bistro (Durbanville)

COVID Disclaimer:

Please note that all COVID-19 laws and restrictions apply. For more information on current lockdown rules and regulations, please see here.Β 

Please always remember to wear your mask in public, when receiving deliveries or collecting takeaways. Failure to wear a mask in public is a criminal offence in South Africa.Β 


Author: Tamlyn Ryan

Content writer by day and blogger by night, Tamlyn Ryan passionately runs her travel blog, called Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust – Travel Writing and Photography, from her home base of Cape Town, South Africa. Despite having a national diploma in Journalism and working as a content writer by day, Tamlyn’s preferred niche remains travel writing.

Tamlyn is a hopeless wanderer, equipped with an endless passion for road trips, carefully planned, holiday itineraries and, above all else, an innate love for the great outdoors.

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