When the average bottle of wine in South Africa costs about $4, it’s hard to imagine spending $7 on a granola bowl or $12 on burrata. But breakfast at Between Us is one of our favorites in the city. Start with their apricot and rhubarb shrub or the ylang-ylang latte before eating dishes like lavender honey, rose, and salted butter porridge. And if you need to take a few more pictures of their bohemian farmhouse-look for your “dream living room” mood board, they also serve lunch and dinner - the oyster mushrooms are a must-order.
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