Tuck into all your Favourites at Kleinsky’s Deli Church Square
The brothers Klein, Adam and Joel, have lent their family name to the much loved Kleinsky’s Deli in Sea Point. Serving up amazing bagels, latkes and other Jewish fare, they’ve become a staple for many in the area.
Kleinsky’s Deli Church Square
For a little while, there were whispers on the wind of expansion and townies will be glad to know that Kleinsky’s has indeed expanded with a second branch having opened in Church Square on Parliament Street in the CBD. Open from Monday – Saturday, so servicing businesses in the area, as well as those looking for a quiet respite on a Saturday morning.
What to Expect
The deli very much mirrors the Sea Point branch in look and feel and serves up the same delicious fare. The contemporary space is light and bright with the signature Kleinsky’s light wood detail and copper finishings.
What’s really lovely about the new space is that it has an outdoor area complete with umbrella covered tables which overlook Church Square. It’s the perfect spot for a bit of people watching, while you sip on a perfectly brewed Deluxe coffee.
If you haven’t sampled Kleinsky’s food, you are missing out. Trust me. They have a tried and tested selection of food and it is always consistently good, which is not easy to come by in the flighty world of restaurants in Cape Town.
For breakfast I highly recommend their latke Benedict, it is my go-to. Perfectly crispy potato cakes topped with poached eggs and Hollandaise sauce. You can also opt for salmon, lamb bacon (yes, it a thing), spinach or pastrami. I’m always in my fried-potato-happy-place with this dish – crispy, not oily and just yum.
The bagels are, of course, also always a win, and despite the fact that I’d really like to try some of the other options available, it’s almost impossible to bypass the California Bagel, cream cheese, salmon, a hit of wasabi and pickled ginger. It’s a punchy wake up and I just love it.
If you’re in for lunch, another classic option is The Reuben – a generous amount of beef pastrami, melted Swiss cheese and sauerkraut sandwiched between 2 buttery toasted slices of rye bread. Served up with housemade pickles.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, tuck into a slice of NY style cheesecake with a choc mint base. It’s a total winner.
If you’re lucky enough to work in the area pop down for breakfast or lunch. If you’re looking for somewhere on a Saturday for a great coffee and brekkie, we can’t recommend Kleinsky’s enough. We also love that they’re pooch-friendly, so if you have a well-behaved and smallish furry friend, they’re welcome too.
Kleinsky’s Church Square | 39 Parliament Street, CBD
Monday – Friday 07h00 – 16h00 | Saturday 09h00 – 14h00
Also check out the original Kleinsky’s Deli 95 Regent Road, Sea Point
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