Ideal, it couldn't be better! There are several shopping centres with supermarkets, shops and petrol stations within a maximum of 3 km. Some restaurants are also integrated, such as coffee shops, pizza bakers and branches of restaurant chains.
German butcher, Gabriel Road
The "Black Forest Butchery" on Gabriel Road is something special for meat and sausage lovers. The butcher's shop was founded in 1984 by Winfried Lindinger. He completed his 3-year apprenticeship as a butcher 5 years later with a master craftsman's certificate. He worked in the butcher's trade in Germany for 14 years before opening his first own butcher's shop in Cape Town in 1981. All employees are well trained and feel responsible for offering the (primarily regular) customers the best quality of service. The products are made in the traditional German way, without using preservatives or other artificial additives. The meat parts can develop to their specific maturity - e.g. 2-3 weeks for beef steaks - and are always of the best quality. In addition to the classic butchery products, homemade German specialities are offered, such as Schwaebische Maultaschen and Spätzle, as well as pretzels, chocolate, sauces and much more imported from Germany.
Gabriel Road Shopping Center
On Gabriel Road, only approx. 3 km away from us, there is a small shopping centre with various shops, coffee shops, restaurants and a supermarket:
This is arguably the best Pick 'n Pay franchise in Cape Town (and probably elsewhere as well). A great butcher's shop with helpful and courteous butchers and a fish department with women who are very good at trimming and filleting fish. The other employees are very friendly and helpful! Vegetables and fruits are of good quality, and the bakery is busy the day long, always providing fresh baked goods.
In short, the perfect supermarket for everyday shopping. There is also good parking, and there is a well-stocked beverage and liquor store across the street.
Located in the heart of the green suburb of Cape Town, "Constantia Village" offers the convenience of a shopping centre, the quality and attractiveness of a boutique and the ambience of a village square. A large selection of speciality shops, fashion stores, restaurants, cafés and well-known supermarkets are conveniently located on one level in the three villages - this makes shopping in Constantia Village playful. In the "Main Village", for example, there is a large, first-class Pick 'n Pay, a Woolworths Food Store, as well as various shops for luxury items and chic fashion boutiques for women and men. The "Old Village" and the "Courtyard" offer a wide range of services (including opticians, masseurs and beauty treatment), speciality shops and restaurants (steakhouse, Indian, coffee shop, pizza maker).
The tree-lined car park offers 1,100 free parking spaces in close proximity to the centre. Friendly parking attendants to white parking spaces and help customers to load their purchases into the vehicle.
Constantia Emporium stands for the highest level of sophistication and shopping center experience with a balanced tenant mix of 26 shops on two levels and with supermarkets of the well-known brands Checkers, Clicks and Woolworths. The shopping centre is conveniently located at the Ladies Mile/Spaanschemat River Road intersection, directly on the M3 expressway in the beautiful Constantia Valley. Free parking spaces are available to customers throughout the week.
Blue Route Shopping Center in Tokai
Blue Route Mall has always prided itself on its flexibility to grow and change according to the needs of its customers. The result of this commitment is a modern shopping centre with an impressive 56,143 square meters, over 2,800 covered and opened vehicle parking spaces and over 120 of the most popular shops and restaurants in South Africa. With well-known supraregional supermarkets and chain stores such as Checkers Hyper, Woolworths, Edgars, Truworths, Foschini, Mr Price, and many more, the Blue Route Mall is a central point of contact that is guaranteed to meet all shopping needs. But the Blue Route Mall isn't just about shopping; it's also about entertainment. Several cafes, restaurants and a food court for fast-casual dining take care of the catering, an 8-theatre St. Kinekor, and a state-of-the-art IMAX theatre provide relaxation and entertainment.
Cavendish Square Shopping Center
Cavendish Square, an award-winning regional mall in one of the southern suburbs, is a premier destination for diversity and fashion with 180 stores. The centre has selected international and exclusive local brands and some of the most famous supermarkets in South Africa. A large selection of restaurants, eight cinemas and five banks, all inserted in a secure shopping environment. Cavendish Square enjoys an average of 1.2 million visitors per month who can also use a contactless parking system.
Access Park Factory Outlet
Access Park in the heart of Kenilworth's shopping district is a shopping destination with a difference: With some of the biggest brands in the world, from fashion to sportswear, from consumer electronics to patio furniture, all in one place, this is a shopping wonderland where you can find specific items can save up to 50% of the original purchase price. Discerning shoppers looking for quality brands at affordable prices will be delighted with the variety of stores in this bargain hunter's paradise. With already over 100 represented stores and a constantly growing list of vendors joining the shopping universe. Almost all industries are represented by top brands, such as Nike, Puma, Adidas, Reebok, Cape Union Mart, Guess, Levi's, Polo, Pringle, Cotton On, Playtex, Triumph, to name just a few, all of which in the Access Park in offer their factory outlets exceptional value for money.
Victoria & Alberts Waterfront
The V&A Waterfront is a 123-acre mixed-use facility in the oldest port in the southern hemisphere, attracting millions of local and international visitors and numerous investors every year, and everything from residential to commercial properties, hotels, retail districts and extensive dining and leisure activities - and entertainment facilities. With Table Mountain as a backdrop, its many heritage sites and tourist landmarks make it extraordinary and unique, as does the recently opened Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (MOCAA), which houses the world's largest collection of contemporary art from Africa.
Canal Walk in Century City
Canal Walk, Cape Town's largest shopping centre in the Century City district, is conveniently located on the N1 expressway, central to the city centre and the surrounding northern suburbs of Cape Town. The centre offers a wide selection with over 400 stores and thousands of the best local and international brands. Fashion, retail, leisure and entertainment for the whole family, all under one roof. Restaurants with both halal and vegetarian options, coffee shops and some snack bars in the spacious food court ensure the physical well-being of the visitors. More than 8000 parking spaces are covered and on the roof level with its 12 entrances to the centre.
For the ultimate movie experience, Nu Metro Canal Walk is the place to be. The "Scene Xtreme Cinema" offers the most giant 3-story screen in Cape Town, 4K ultra-high-definition projection and 360-degree sound so that you can completely immerse yourself in the film experience. The modern VIP cinemas with VIP lounge and bar, fully foldable, spacious seats and seat service offer comfort and luxury.