Oranjezicht Market at the V&A Waterfront: Drool-Worthy Food Stalls + Ocean Views

Oranjezicht Market at the V&A Waterfront: Drool-Worthy Food Stalls + Ocean Views

A community farmers’ market with an abundance of fresh, locally grown produce.

Despite its name, this farmers’ market is actually located at Granger Bay at the V&A Waterfront, and runs every Saturday and Sunday morning – and Wednesday evenings (from November 2019)! Managed by the people who started urban farms, OZCF (as it’s known among insiders) is a cheerleader for local produce and artisanal culture in Cape Town.

Oranjezicht City Farm Market
Drizzle & Dip

Boasting stunning sea views, the market is covered by tents and pergolas, ensuring shelter from the elements. You’ll find fresh-from-the-patch veggies and herbs – it’s worth doing your weekly grocery shop here – as well as fruit, bread, organic dairy products, free-range eggs, raw honey, muesli, and ethically sourced meats and seafood. There is also a retail section of stalls, selling an array of carefully curated clothing and shoes, vintage items, houseplants and farm-to-vase flowers.

A chilled vibe for all

And if you’re here to eat (and not to stock up your fridge, pantry or wardrobe), there is a wonderful array of artisanal food stalls selling cooked and raw dishes for all palates and preferences – from carnivores and chocoholics to vegans and diabetics. So, grab a seat at one of the long communal tables outdoors, and join one of the conversations – it’s likely to be about the delicious stuff on offer. As market founder Sheryl Ozinsky says: “This is a place where food is talked about almost as enthusiastically as it’s consumed.”

There’s plenty of space for the kids and dogs, who’ll also enjoy the foot-tapping music and a family-friendly vibe.

Wednesday Night Market

Oranjezicht Market Cape Town
Claire Gunn

Just in time for summer, Oranjezicht City Farm Market is now open every Wednesday from 4pm till 8pm. That means, from 6 November 2019, you’ll have an extra opportunity to enjoy this chilled and festive sea-facing market.

Stand-out stalls at the Oranjezicht Market

  • The OZCF’s fresh veg, fruit and herbs tent
  • Delifish smoked fish and snoek pate
  • Woodstock Bakery’s sourdough breads
  • Son of a Butcher for grass-fed, free-range and pasture-raised, meat
  • Thank Goodness Foods gluten-and-sugar-free cakes
  • Around Cheese’s Karoo Crumble and other artisanal cheeses
  • Hoghouse Bakery (be sure to try the Pastéis de nata, a Portuguese custard tart)
  • The Buckwheat Crêpe (savoury and sweet) from La Rozelle
  • The Foodbarn for Franck Dangereux’s pies
  • Yen’s Vietnamese Street Food for pho, stir-fry, spring rolls and bánh mì

Conscious consumers

OZCF Market
Claire Gunn

As a true farmers’ market, OZCF is a plastic-free zone. You are encouraged to bring your own bags, or you can choose to carry your purchases away in cardboard boxes (free), reusable brown bags (R25 – R40) or baskets (from R200). Providing your own reusable cup for tea and coffee is welcomed.

The market is conveniently located next to the V&A Waterfront’s modular parking at Granger Bay, making it super-easy to transport all your groceries. And, if you’re popping in on foot or bicycle, you can enter the market through the Beach Gate Road.

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Granger Bay Boulevard V&A Waterfront Cape Town


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