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NORTHERN MENU

WE DELIVER TO THESE NORTHERN AREAS

  • ATLANTIC SEABOARD
  • CITY BOWL
  • NORTHERN SUBURBS
  • WEST COAST

Bantry Bay

 Camps Bay

 Clifton

 Fresnaye

Green Point

Mouille Point

Sea Point

Three Anchor Bay 

Bo-Kaap

Devil's Peak Estate

De Waterkant

Foreshore

Gardens

Higgovale

Lower Vrede

Oranjezich

Salt River

Schotsche Kloof

Tamboerskloof

University Estate

Vredehoek

Walmer Estate

Woodstock

Zonnebloem

Bellville

Brackenfell

Bothasig

Brooklyn

Durbanville

Edgemead

Goodwood

Kensington

Kraaifontein

Kuils River

Loevenstein

Maitland

Milnerton

Monte Vista

Panorama

Parow

Plattekloof

Rugby

Thornton

Bloubergstrand

Parklands

Milnerton

Montague Gardens

Table View

West Beach

SOUTHERN MENU

We DELIVER TO THESE sOUTHERN AREAS

  • ATLANTIC SEABOARD
  • CAPE FLATS
  • SOUTH PENINSULA
  • SOUTHERN SUBURBS

Hout Bay

Llandudno

Athlone

Crawford

Epping

Hanover Park

Lavender Hill

Ottery

Pelican Park

Philippi

Vrygrond

Clovelly

Fish Hoek

Glencairn

Kalk Bay

Kommetjie

Lakeside

Marina da Gama

Muizenberg

Noordhoek

Ocean View

Scarborough

Simon's Town

St James

Sunnydale

Sun Valley

Vrygrond

Bergvliet

Bishopscourt

Claremont

Constantia

Diep River

Grassy Park

Harfield Village

Heathfield

Kenilworth

Kenwyn

Kirstenhof

Kreupelbosch

Lansdowne

Lotus River

Meadowridge

Mowbray

Ndabeni

Newlands

Observatory

Pinelands

Plumstead

Retreat

Rondebosch

Rondebosch East

Rosebank

SouthField

Steenberg

Tokai

Wynberg

Wetton


NICHE'S ADDRESS  

UNIT 12, 273 IMAM HARON RD, CLAREMONT, CT


Orders outside of THE 0 - 20km: FREE will be
billed separately once we know what your order is,
we can calculate the delivery days needed.
20 - 30KM | R30 / DELIVERY DAY
30 - 40KM | R40 / DELIVERY DAY

The CHEETAH


Cheetahs are famous for their speed and agility 

but are also one of Africa’s most endangered big cats. 

Their numbers have declined by 90% over the past 100 years, 

dropping from 100,000 to less than 10,000 today. 

The main reasons for the decline are human-wildlife conflict, 

disappearing habitat, and loss of prey.