My home is nestled on the corner of a courtyard in the heart of Bo-Kaap. Faeeza’s Home Kitchen is where I get to share with you my passion for food, my culture, my life journey and stories.
In my kitchen you get to know about authentic Cape Malay cuisine.
Home cooking and Cape Malay flavours in Cape Town’s Bo-Kaap
Malay food is not just a recipe it is a culinary experience that will change the way you think of food forever. We offer more than food we offer a Bo-Kaap cultural experience.
Come to our Tea Garden and experience tantalising authentic Cape Malay cuisine. There’s a sit down menu and we offer takeaway as well. Or have our Special of the Day.
No reservation required.
The classes are designed to suit all tastes including vegetarians and vegans. A way to bond with friends whilst experiencing something new. Classes only have a maximum of 8 participants.
Cape Malay food tasting
Food is important and plays a huge role in the life of the Cape Malay community. Our food reflects our vibrant and colourful culture. We offer you a tasting menu of our Cape Malay food and you can add a guided visit to the Bo-Kaap quarter.
The Team building events
We offer tailor-made cooking classes for up to 14 people. The events are interactive and guarantee a unique and fun experience for you and your employees!
You are welcome to stop by and sample our menu in our Tea Garden or simply take the dishes home with you to enjoy with your family and friends. We also cater for any function. Let us know which Malay dish is your favourite and let us do the cooking for!
|Samoosas (4 pieces)|
|Chilli bites (4 pieces)|
|Koesiester (4 pieces)|
|Almond & Cashew Tartlet|
|Bobotie (Traditional Beef or Vegeterian)
Curried meatloaf baked with an egg topping served with yellow rice, mixed vegetables and beetroot pickle.
Curries served with either roti or rice
|Special of the day
with Sambal (tomatoe, onion and coriander salad)
Famous Faces at Faeeza’s
Prince Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex
During there visit to South Africa in September 2019.
During his visit to Cape Town to compete in the benefit game in favour of children in the region in February 2020, Roger Federer enjoyed the hospitality of the Tea Garden.