Hugo Roastery & Café believes in the art of roasting coffee. From sourcing only the finest beans through to roasting, sorting, packing and brewing – we ensure that we bring you a coffee of the highest regard.
To enhance the artisan nature of our coffee we celebrate the artist Hugo Naudé 1869 – 1941. A Worcester local who is renowned as South Africa’s first impressionist artist. You can read more of his story inside the restaurant or visit the Hugo Naudé House on Russel street to view the largest collection of his works.
Our roastery started in the home of Deon & Cindy de Bruyn. With their trusted bulldog “Boland” and the love for their son Xavier, they made a name for themselves over four years as the local family known as: “Bean to coffee.” Now you can enjoy their same lovingly made coffee in the beautiful setting of Q Square in Worcester.