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welcome to kikka

A flair for food, flowers and caffeine saw Kikka grow from the mere seed it was in 2004 to what it is today. This Paarl-based dynamic offering at Kikka Boulevard aims to bring families and friends together in an unique and satisfying space showcasing premium coffee brews, florists, and nutritious and delicious bites to eat. We also offer free Wifi.

​Found in an old jail alongside the beautiful Berg River, Kikka Boulevard was opened in December 2017. Here we house Kikka's florist, cake & bread bakery and meat smoker. Venture upstairs and find a venue ideal for get-togethers in a room filled with natural light overlooking the river and mountains. This is a perfect space for photographers, make-up artists, other creatives and individuals wanting to host small conferences or training sessions.


Home-brewed Coffee, Bakery & good food

Authenticity is at the heart of Kikka from our life-giving coffee to our delectable cake. We grind all coffee beans on site and only makes use of premium beans.


As for the sweet stuff? All cakes and confectionary are baked by ourselves using quality ingredients that are locally sourced and support local businesses.  


Kikka brings Karike's love for Proteas and all indigenous flora to life at our in-house florist at Kikka Boulevard. Our arrangements celebrate the Cape Floral Kingdom and also offer bunches and arrangements of other floral favourites such as roses and lilies.

Pop in and take home a bunch to decorate your home or ask about some of the flower arrangements we have on offer to order.

what our customers say about us 

"What makes Kikka as successful and amazing as it is, is definitely the staff and the owners. You can tell how passionate they are about their business, health, and giving back to the community."


 "Great place to grab a good cup of coffee or one of their many juice options and a great meal be it on your own or for a catch up."

"Clever use of an old, disused place, super friendly owner and courteous and efficient staff. Almond milk no longer an oddity, but now pretty standard. Flowers unusual and exotic and FRESH!! To be recommended."

Kerryn Rehse
Miriam Goodwin
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