Have You Been To The Arbour Café & Courtyard?

Tucked away in the quaint little Birdhaven shopping centre in Illovo is The Arbour Café and Courtyard. The Arbour is a French-inspired café and crêperie and is home to many breakfast and coffee enthusiasts; priding itself on delicious and wholesome food, sourced from the freshest ingredients.

Famous for their gluten-free, buckwheat galettes (savoury French pancakes), the beautifully balanced and well-presented menu is perfect for a summer morning, sunny afternoon and just recently, balmy evening.

SPECIAL OFFER! In celebration of us opening in the evenings, a complimentary bottle of wine with every dinner for two. Come try their new #ArbourDelicious menu!

The little café is just short of three years old, and in that time has peppered its already versatile menu with delicious offerings – from butter croissants and decadent cakes, to duck confit orange and fennel salads and, of course, a selection of bubbly, wine and imported French ciders.

arbour cafe courtyard

Chef Zané Robins will launch an all-new menu in February and keep doors open for the public during the evenings, where hearty and healthy meals will be served, with an accompanying gin cocktail or tall glass of bubbles.

Starter:  a choice between smoked salmon vol-au-vent and a creamy spinach, leek and feta vol-au-vent (crispy pastry cases) 

Entree: a choice of a juicy rib eye steak with smoked paprika and roasted garlic aioli or pasta shells with roasted Rosa tomato sauce, olives, capers and Parmesan.

Dessert: a choice of nutella and strawberry crêpes with vanilla ice cream or a brandy flambéed crêpe with orange butter sauce. 

The French-inspired café is dog friendly and is equipped with free Wi-Fi.  They will also be introducing a loyalty program this month, benefitting those regulars they love so much. The venue is available for functions and pop ups.

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