Don’t mind the gap

The Station on Bree offers a little bit of London in the heart of Cape Town. u|Chief attended the Summer Menu Media Launch and gave the menu creators two thumbs up (and a couple of high-fives). 

Superbly located and easy to access at the top of Cape Town, The Station on Bree offers an array of seating to match your mood, the weather or the atmosphere inside The Station. The outside seating keeps you in touch with Cape Town, but enter past the buff Beefeater and it’s England, Their England all the way. The decor touches are fabulous – at times whimsical, at times classy, but throughout comfortable and relaxing – and there are plenty of seating, standing and dancing options on the three levels inside.

The new menu has been superbly crafted and, based on what was served on launch night, will appeal to fussy locals as well as discerning travellers. The venue is also beautifully cosmopolitan, and attracts diners, drinkers and revellers from 18 to topping 80. A careful negotiation down the industrial staircase takes you into a downstairs dancing den that will have older patrons expecting to spot the youthful quartet of John, Paul, George and Ringo.

The live entertainment on Thursdays is terrific and incredibly vibey, yet it doesn’t overpower conversations. To me, the allure of such entertainment hotspots is when the patrons, the waitrons and the entertainers all seem to be having as much as one another.

  • Review by Simon Lewis 


Summer Season at The Station on Bree: turning Thursday into the new Friday!

Billed as Cape Town’s first underground meeting place, The Station on Bree is a unique, multi-storied venue with a variety of different stations and platforms located throughout. Each of these offers specific services, so whether you’re looking to begin your day with a morning coffee from artisanal brand Mischu, end the day with an after-work cocktail from the fantastic selection on offer, enjoy a leisurely dining experience or start your evening off with a bang – the lively, character-filled atmosphere of The Station on Bree provides an ideal day to night setting that truly has something for everyone!

Similarly, The Station on Bree is available for private functions and can provide a range of package deals to accommodate all requirements to ensure a genuinely memorable occasion.

Having fast become a Capetonian favourite since opening its doors in 2016, this summer, The Station on Bree is going bigger and better. Every Thursday throughout summer the renowned DJ, saxophonist and percussion specialist, George Sax, will be joined on stage by an array of home-grown talent.

An array of performers will showcase the best of what Africa has to offer in a setting that fuses the iconic design of the London Underground with the bustling and cosmopolitan atmosphere of Bree Street.

Whilst The Station on Bree guarantees a great night’s entertainment, it’s the food that always takes centre stage at this fantastic venue.

To accompany the launch of the Thursday Reveal at The Station on Bree, November sees the introduction of a new summer menu. Continuing in the manner of ‘unpretentious street food’, The Station on Bree offers a casual Mediterranean-infused dining style that focuses on fresh flavours and simple ingredients.

From leisurely lunches through to late dinners, visitors have the option of traditional main meals or ordering from a choice of small plates that taps into the culinary trend for a more shared and social approach to dining currently sweeping through the gastronomic world.

To further fuel your experience at The Station on Bree, the newly launched gin menu offers visitors the chance to craft their own gin and tonic, layering botanical flavours with an assortment of lively flavours.

If this isn’t quite your thing, choose from the carefully selected wine list that features some of the Cape Winelands’ finest, or sample from a range of local beers on tap.

The perfect place to connect with friends, pop into The Station on Bree this summer and climb aboard for a trip that promises to be one of Cape Town’s hottest spots this summer!

  • The Station on Bree is located at 207 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001 and is open Tuesdays to Sundays, 11h00 till late.