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Mugg & Bean - Durbanville



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Mugg & Bean provides the perfect refuge from a busy days shopping or a quick break from the office and at the weekends Mugg & Bean is where South Africa goes for breakfast.

Menu items are specifically designed to meet the needs of just about everyone looking for a friendly informal dining experience available at all hours and in very convenient locations across the nation, and in many locations globally.

Mugg & Bean - Durbanville

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Latitude -33.8333° S 33.8333° S 33° 49' 59.88" -33° 49.998'
Longitude 18.6474° E 18.6474° E 18° 38' 50.64" 18° 38.844'
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Shop 12A
Palm Grove Centre
Cnr Main & Church Streets
Durbanville
Western Cape
South Africa
Phone No.
021 975 6067
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 975 6067

Fax No.
021 975 6086
If calling from outside South Africa: +27 21 975 6086

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