Café Hemingway's is an eclectic artisan bistro and restaurant.

Café is situated in Kyalami, Johannesburg.

Kyalami Downs Shopping Centre, Kyalami, Midrand
Tel: +27 11 466 0195
info@cafehemingways.co.za


Opening times

Mon – Teus = 07H00 – 19H00
Wed – Fri = 07H00 – Late
Saturdays = 07H30 – Late
Sundays/ Public holidays = 08H00 – 15H00

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The Gin Fynbos Trail Tasting Experience

From Queens to paupers, Gin has been the preferred tipple of the richest & poorest citizens. It is at once delicate & robust. It has character & complexity enough for Ernest Hemingway himself, & now you get to take a journey through all the tastes of gin at a Gin Tasting hosted by Café Hemingway’s. 

Book your private tasting now on (011) 466 0195 or reservations@cafehemingways.co.za

pdfDownload Our Gin & Whiskey Tasting Menu

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Whiskey & Culinary Tastings Experience @ Hemingway's

Join us @hemingwaysjozi for our  whiskey and culinary tasting experience!

Private tastings available for 10 or more, hosted by our Master Barman and our Head Chef. Let them take you on an international taste journey as you savour whiskey from all over the world, perfectly paired with complementary dishes.

Book your private tasting now on (011) 466 0195 or reservations@cafehemingways.co.za

 

pdfDownload Our Gin & Whiskey Tasting Menu

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Bar Hemingway's Gastro Pub.

Taking your afternoon cocktail to new and exotic heights, The Bar Hemingway’s Gastro Pub. 

You’ve read about the classic cocktail bar in books, seen it in movies and imagined yourself in its elegantly plush surroundings a million times. But until you’ve been to Bar Hemingway’s the actual experience has remained a well threaded mystery. 

But now, seated at the beautifully hand-crafted 20ft copper bar, sipping a craft beer, or artisan G&T you get to experience the sophisticated olde worlde charm you have read so much about. Serving classic cocktails, craft beer and the latest in mixologist’s magic, Bar Hemingway’s is the perfect antidote to the mundane. 

Once seated at the gorgeous bar, or ensconced in a kingly armchair – one is loathe to move and so to cater for your hankering for the most delectable comestibles, we bring you the best of the café kitchen, right to your seat!   

Our ever popular Atticus Finch platter (think gourmet cheeses, cold meats & smoked salmon, served with assorted pickled vegetables & fresh baked artisan bread) and our Mr Ramsay (a starter platter that includes prawns, calamari rings, halloumi, Camembert & bruschetta), are absolute necessities for those wanting a true gastro pub experience. 

Each dish is made in the café kitchen and adheres to the ethos of artisan and fresh first! 

Starters, mains, burgers, and even desserts to compliment your Bar Hemingway’s cocktail or craft beer! 

See you soon!

Please contact us for more information on reservations@cafehemingways.co.za / +27 11 4660195


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The Green Fairy

"Absinthe is the aphrodisiac of the soul. The green fairy who lives in the absinthe wants your soul, but you are safe with me”. Bram Stoker’s Dracula

While the ‘Pink Fairy’ is an armadillo found in Argentina, the ‘Green Fairy’ can be found fluttering around Café Hemingway’s in Kyalami. 

Ernest Hemingway, for whom we are named, was a frequent imbiber of absinthe, and in fact mentioned it in the short story “Hills like white elephants” as well as the brilliant book “For whom the bell tolls”. Though absinthe itself was banned, he continued to drink it regularly, with many speculating that he sourced it himself from Cuba. 

The origins and history of Absinthe is shrouded in mystery, and it’s effects have been hotly contested. But say what you will, it’s certainly beautiful, and they say you have not lived until the green fairy has danced upon your tongue. So come and dance with us.

Please contact us for more information on reservations@cafehemingways.co.za / +27 11 4660195

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