sent 18 Jul 2009
I give this shop 10/10. It is just a pickup place, no seats just a hatch and a couple of tropical fishtanks. The menu is great, a nice variety of African hash and some awesome bud, really good cheap Jack Herer, Bubblegum, and awesome Cheese amongst others. We went to quite a few "backstreet" coffeeshops in the area and this is the one that stood out with a big menu and quality buds. Spoke to some locals outside who also said this was the best in the area. The guy even sorted the 4 of us out with a packet of papers roach book and lighter each, and 2 grinders between us. Although it's changed its name from Conan, the grinders say both Chapiteau and Conan on them.
sent 9 Oct 2005
I have been going to this neighbourhood cafe since 1984, and was first introduced to it, by an ex member of the Kraaker movement, where in fact I was staying. The owners have always made me very welcome and have always offered great value for money. I especially like the mango tea and of course the good old 14 Maroc. I hope that this place is still open, cause I will be staying in the city in November 2005 with my beautiful new wife. I also hope that the picture of Conan is still on the wall.