If you live in the Atlantic Seaboard and have yet to visit the Mojo Market – where have you been spending all of your free Instagram time? Apart from the (MANY) Instagam Stories to be had, any foodie worth their salt should visit this hub of food activity. The space is a dedicated seven-day-a-week food and lifestyle market that’s certainly proving popular with the locals.
From a host of food stalls (we’ll get to those in a bit), Mojo also has a variety of non-food related stalls offering local, hand-crafted goods and products. There’s a gorgeous little flower stall that sits pretty next to the Baskin Robbins shop – yup, the first one in Cape Town (if I’m not mistaken)… Back to the flowers – beautifully scented, they offer a quick pick-me-up for the eyes upon entry into the market.
Anyway, back to some of the food news. There literally is a little bit of everything on offer. From shawarma and falafel, to good ol’ fish and chips, gourmet chicken wings, the VERY photographed Hokey Poke stall (neon bling for daaaays), a healthier take on pizza thanks to EarthFire Pizza and a spot of sushi, courtesy of Manga. Of course, what would a food market be without a dedicated booze bar (alcohol for all tastes), situated not that far from the oyster and mussel spot that appropriately asks, “Do You Wanna Shuck?” Maybe.
Mojo is open from 09:00 – 21:00, with the bar serving dranks until a little later. All this tasty information now means that casual eating in Sea Point is now even more accessible to all. So go on, get eating and drinking and shucking – it’s the right thing to do.
30 Regent Road, Sea Point, Cape Town
Happy Hip Food Market’ing x