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Coffee in Windhoek

Coffee culture is growing all across the world, and Windhoek is no exception.  This up and coming city is home to a number of coffee shops, most with a hearty German influence, and whether you are a coffee connoisseur or just wanting to enjoy a casual cuppa, you are certain to find a favourite that fits the bill.
A favourite among business travellers and tourists alike, Arebbusch Travel Lodge is a welcoming coffee spot, perfect for a relaxing morning with friends, as a place to put your feet up after a shopping spree or for a well-deserved break from the office.  

Located along the course of the old Arebbusch River just minutes from the city centre this peaceful setting within the Arebbusch Restaurant offers a ran of comforting coffees in the form of filter, espresso, caffé latte and even Irish coffee to smooth the course of your day.  Lovers of the leaf are included in the spoils with a choice of tea espresso, healthy rooibos, red latte or a good old Five Roses pick-me-up.  Lemon meringue to-die-for is lined up in the wings, alongside caramel-topped chocolate cake, pastries and peppermint tart, ready to add scrumptious indulgence to any occasion, while a children’s playground completes the picture, ensuring an enjoyable break for all.
Café Dulce at Windhoek’s Maerua Mall, specialises in a range of luxury coffees to perk up any shopping spree.  Pop in for an espresso, single origin filter coffee, Americano in a mug, flat white, a flavoured latte or a creamy cappuccino presented alongside a range of decaff alternatives, popular lunch dishes and healthy snacks.  Partly owned by rugby-hero Kobus Wiese, the Café Dulce brand packs a powerful punch when it comes to simple, good food.
Caffè Brazza provides another pit stop while you shop at Maerua Mall, and prides itself on delivering speedy, friendly service and all the most popular types of coffee, along with choccochino’s, Caffè Latte Italiano, double and single espressos.  Rolls, tramezzini’s and toasted sandwiches make up the bulk of the menu and Caffè Brazza does a roaring trade delivering tasty eats to businesses and self-catering accommodation in the mall itself.
Pop in to the in-house Kafee Bar at the prestigious Wecke and Voigt department store located on Independence Avenue in Windhoek for a real treat. Sample their famous ‘Rohhack’ Brötchens (steak tartar on a bread roll with sliced pickles and raw onion) or a slice of chocolate, cheese, or pumpkin cake, while sipping on a coffee made from the finest Costa Rican cocoa beans. Wecke and Voigt advertises itself as a national treasure trove of German delicacies, along with a variety of trimmed down versions for the weight watchers among us.
Take a seat at Café Schneider to enjoy a selection of surprisingly economical options in a posh setting within the Levinson Arcade off Independence Street. Offering a sit-down as well as a take-away menu, Cafè Schneider is a popular lunch time venue and the perfect place to rub shoulders with the locals while enjoying a well-earned coffee break. Items on offer are uncomplicated and nutritious, and you can look forward to rich aromatic coffees accompanied by a toasted sandwich, muffin or range of hearty meals.
Regardless of the venue you choose, in Windhoek you are assured of hospitality as rich and warm as every coffee you’ll enjoy in this friendly city.

Please Note: The details shared herein were correct at the time of publishing. However, with time some of this information may change. We recommend confirming information with suppliers prior to making final travel arrangements. If you do happen to find an issue with any information we’ve shared here, please feel free to contact us so that we can make the relevant changes.


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