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Supper Club at The Larder in Claremont

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If you’ve not yet been to our absolute favourite brunch spot in Cape Town, it’s time to acquaint yourself with the healthy wholesomeness and down-to-earth goodness of this Claremont gem.

Fronted by owner-chef Sonja Edridge, who has cooked for some of Hollywood’s biggest stars (and in kitchens with some top international chefs), this characterful eatery in the heart of the Southern ’burbs is as low-key and welcoming as its owner, with quirky decor and a warm atmosphere adding to its appeal.


Previously only a daytime haunt, The Larder has been hosting themed Supper Club evenings with the purpose of offering healthy and hearty no-frills meals to people who don’t feel like cooking, or simply feel like a quick and convenient meal out, without the palaver of a full-on restaurant experience.

Sonja and her team only use locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and free-range meat in the preparation of their meals. And, now that the restaurant is licensed, you’ll also be able to enjoy organic wine and/or craft beer with your meals.


Monday Roast Chicken Evenings
The details A whole roast chicken, with three sides, including a sauce and bottle of Spier wine. Minimum: four diners. Sides are normally roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables and homemade mayo, chutney or veloute.
Cost R150
Good to know For an additional cost of between R45 to R75 each, diners can choose between two starters, as well as three to four desserts.

Thursday Curry Evenings
The details Enjoy a travelling culinary journey of whatever The Larder fancies for the week. This could be Japanese, Thai or Indian, but will always include a bowl of curry with rice or noodles (sambals and pickles are included).
Cost R100 (depending on protein; R125 for beef and lamb; vegetarian available on request
Good to know For an additional cost of between R45 to R75 each, diners can choose between two starters, as well as three to four desserts.

Friday Burger & Snacks Evenings
The details The Larder is planning to stay open from 7am until 7pm on Fridays for after-work drinks, afternoon coffees, and an assortment of tasty snacks, including its legendary chicken sausage rolls, crispy sumac chicken wings, burgers and more.
Cost Varies


Sonja and her team are also about to launch a range of ready-made offerings to complement their sit-down meals. You’ll soon be able to swing by the shop and grab a prepacked (but made fresh on the day) salad, sandwich, wrap or raw juice.

On the cards, too, are gourmet gatsbys and bunny chows to add a true South African element to The Larder’s already extensive food and beverage offerings.

Opening times
Supper Club: Monday, Thursday & Friday, 6pm  – 9.30pm
Breakfast and lunch: Monday  – Friday, 7am  – 4pm
Saturday, 8.30am  – 1.30pm


Monday, Thursday, Friday


6pm – 9.30pm (booking dependent)


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This post is sponsored by Chas Everitt Cape Town South

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