Situated at the foot of Devil’s Peak, The Taproom is both a pub and restaurant. Perfect for a lunch snack or after work drink and snack.
The Taproom is perfectly situated so one can take in the beautiful mountain views,whilst relaxing with a beer or 5.
Devil’s Peak Tasting Tray
BBQ Chicken Wings with Café Racer Glaze
Roasted Bonemarrow with Beer Bread Toast, Pickles,
Chilli Fried Beer Cheese Croquettes with Paprika Mayo
Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Corn Bread, Fury Hot Sauce
East Coast Hake, Cider Batter, House Pickle Mayo
A definite winner is the BBQ Chicken wings, I would have happily had 3 bowls of those, serious value for money.
The size of the Roasted Bone Marrow, straight from the Fred Flintstone era.
The Croquettes we good, bit too cheesy for my liking, but Jason happily scoffed it all up and the Paprika Mayo was perfect partner.
It’s not secret I love chicken, so even before we ordered the bar snacks I knew what mains I was having… all I saw was Buttermilk Fried Chicken, didn’t see the Fury Hot Sauce part . Sadly I only got in one mouthful and had to quickly pass my chicken onto Jason, as I can’t spicy or hot, so fury was a tall order. Apparently it was very good.
The Beer Battered Fish was good, both the batter and fish was prepared well sadly we found a few bones, but wasn’t worth making a big deal about it.
The Rosemary Fries was quite substantial and served both of us.
Jason had the Devils Peak Tasting Tray and still preferred the Lager after tasting the rest of the beers.
I loved the coffee, and this was a seriously good cuppa joe.
For the full album click HERE
150 Cecil Road,
Cape Town, 7925
Tel No: +27 21 201 1401
Taproom Cheese burger, Rosemary Fries & 340ml Alpha Lager or 250ml Carafe Wine for R62.00
Daily from 5pm-6pm. Monday to Friday. Half price on all beers on tap.
Beer Specials: See our rotating taps board
Make Up Mondays:
1/2 price on our famous Taproom Cheeseburger
– 12pm till closing.
Order our First Light Marinated Boerie Roll and get a free 340ml First Light. From 6pm
1/2 price on our Wine on Tap – from 6pm
Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Rene Petersen