Railway's Cafe Kitchen of Compassion

Railways Café was established with assistance from the Makers Foundation as a pilot project for Makers Villages and has successfully sustained many local artist and small entrepreneurs during the last 10 years.

The outbreak of COVID-19 is impacting all businesses, including the hard-working owners, operators, farmers, delivery drivers, staff, and just about everyone in the food industry

We all have a place. A spot. A special restaurant, cafe, bakery, or bar in our local neighborhood.

We have a favorite item on the menu, a server we recognize, or a dessert we love.

But now our local restaurants are in trouble instead Railways Café has engaged the community in Centurion to assist with food donations that are then prepared in the kitchen of Railways Café.

We cook 200 meals per day and provide a food parcel to the homeless and the resident artist that is in lock-down at the Makers Village.

This village is busier than popcorn on a skillet. We innovate and create, build each other up and grow at a tremendous rate. We have our finger in every pie: from aeroponics, recycling, laser cutting and 3D printing, to sewing and designing, vending and all sorts of training. In a nutshell, we’re the best thing since sliced bread. Our restaurant may be the apple of our eye but our main mission is to turn this stunning country into everyone’s cup of tea.

There’s no sugar coating it, recycling is damn important. That’s why we make it easy as pie for you to do.  Candles, material, wood, plastic, glass or anything else- we do the whole enchilada! Got old clothes? No use crying over spilt milk; just trade it in with us. Our vintage store items sell like hotcake!

Take stroll and find our Maker’s Village, where entrepreneurs are hard at work to bring home the bacon. Next, you can pop in at the Imake Showroom and go bananas over the carefully crafted creations.  We take life with a pinch of salt, so we turn work into fun. Visit our Theatre and Training Venue to find out why we say so; we souped it out pretty sweet.