The Bailey is located at 91 Bree Street in the heart of the Mother City, Cape Town. Set in a historic building , the Bailey is designed in the classic tradition and inspired by some of the grand all-day cafés and restaurants of Europe.
The Bailey is a collaboration between Liam and Jan Tomlin, and the owners of Tintswalo Lodges (Lisa and Warwick Goosen, and Gaye and Ernest Corbett).
Tomlin continues his culinary magic at this new address, with Head Chef Jacques Grové taking the reins as Head Chef, assisted by Dian Botes as Sous Chef and Head Pastry Chef San-Marie Pienaar.
Introducing an authentic Parisian Brasserie. Situated on the second floor, the Brasserie features a menu of iconic continental dishes based on classic French recipes and methods complimented by a superb wine list.
The Brasserie is open for lunch and dinner bookings, with service coordinated by the maître d' who’s team add an element of hospitality theatre to a contemporary dining experience.
The Old Bailey
The Old Bailey Whiskey Bar with its rooftop terrace is evocative of top-end members’ clubs and bars in London and New York. Stylish table service offers an extensive whiskey collection, premium wines and cocktails are served in a sophisticated space. Dress-code is smart for The Old Bailey, inviting guests to relax and socialise within a like-minded community.