You’re probably not associating an African country with coffee, like we didn’t either before travelling to Namibia. That is why we were surprised to find out that Namibia offers authentic coffee roasters and speciality coffee bars in Windhoek, Lüderitz and Swakopmund. So are you looking for the perfect espresso on your Namibia trip? These are the spots for the best coffee in Namibia!
The My Maps map above summarizes all our tips. The menu on the menu has separate layers that mark the best coffee spots, sleeping places and highlights. Click on the star to save the map to your own Google Maps or open the map in a new window for a larger version. Enjoy!
On the My Maps map above we have saved our coffee tips. The menu shows a list of the coffee spots, or you can click on the icons on the map to see the names of places. Click on the star to save the map in your own Google Maps or open the map in a new window for a larger version. Enjoy!
#1 Slow Town
Windhoek | Website | Of course the capital of Namibia offers you some good espresso. In the heart of the city you can visit Slow Town Coffee, the best coffee spot in Windhoek. Everything at this spot is about coffee, so don’t expect much else on the menu. Besides a piece of cake or some cookies with your caffeine fix.
Tip: check out this blog about Windhoek for more must-do’s in the capital. We’ll give you tips like the one for the best – and free – viewpoint of the city!
#2 Diaz Coffee
Lüderitz |Facebook| You’ll probably think only capital Windhoek or tourist favourite Swakopmund serve speciality coffee. Lüderitz has the perfect espresso as well! Diaz Coffee only uses the beans from Namibia’s best roasters such as Two Beards and Slow Town. Their speciality coffee is amazing, so make sure to visit this is the place at breakfast in the morning. Because Diaz doesn’t only stick to coffee. There is also an extensive menu for the whole day including breakfast. And Diaz also has a wine bar in the same building with the same name. So you can enjoy yourself at this hotspot the whole day!
Tip: do you want to know more about Lüderitz? In this blog about Lüderitz we tell you why it’s such a shame most travellers skip this coastal town. Hint: you can visit a ghost town in the desert!
#3 Cordes & Co.
Swakopmund | Facebook | This was for sure our favourite place in Swakopmund. Fantastic speciality coffee, good service, a nice courtyard and especially the most delicious breakfasts. We started our day here two days in a row. Tip: order the pancakes.
#4 Village Cafe
Swakopmund | Website | In a busy and colourful interior and pretty garden, the most delicious breakfasts and lunches are served here. The menu has many vegetarian options, although bacon seems to be their favourite part on the menu. It’s abvious from the menu that coffee is also a passion of Village Café. However you prefer to drink your coffee, they can prepare it for you.
#5 Two Beards Roastery
Swakopmund | Website | Swakopmund is also home to the hippest coffee roaster in Namibia: Two Beards Coffee Roasters. The roastery can be found just outside the city. Of course you can taste the coffee of Two Beards there in the “Gourmet Coffee Bar and Bistro”. And don’t forget to buy your beans to bring home with you!
#6 Slow Town
Swakopmund | Website | Have you tasted this Namibian coffee roast in Windhoek and are you looking for more? Then you’re happy to find out that there’s another Slow Town café in Swakopmund! There is not much else to order here than all sorts of coffee and some cake or cookies with it. Yet that is enough to always have a terrace full of people drinking their daily caffeine shots.
Tip: other restaurants or breakfast spots in Swakopmund? We made a list of the 10 best hotspots in Swakopmund with all our favourites.