Celebrating Africa Cool At The Milk Bar


There ’s so much happening and so many venues to explore in Rosebank. The Milk Bar on Keyes Avenue is one of these, a unique Afrocentric eatery and bar. If you haven’t been to this cool spot yet, you best get down there!

If you’ve had the pleasure of experiencing Milk Bar in George Lea Park, then you’ll know about their cool, Afrocentric vibe and café culture, which later turns into a festive bar atmosphere.

We recently went to the branch on Keyes Avenue and were met with colourful decor, shweshwe-print chairs, African art and foliage everywhere. The atmosphere at this particular Milk Bar is busy, lively and inviting, whether you’re popping in for a coffee catch-up, lunch or drinks after work with friends.

Enjoy Coffee And Foodie Faves At The Milk Bar

The Milk Bar serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as bar snacks, and the menu features African-inspired dishes like bunny chows and boerrie rolls (where else can you get these in a restaurant?), plus there’s a variety of flatbreads, pies and pregos.

To quench your thirst, they have rich aromatic coffees (we highly recommend the cappuccino, it’s so good!), loose-leaf African teas and a few cold drink options like the iced lemonade and mint, very refreshing on a warm day.

So Joburgers, if you’re in the Rosebank area, pop into the Milk Bar – it’s definitely worth checking out! For more information, visit their Facebook page.

Words by Nicole Pillay

Images by Shawn Greyling

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One thought on “Celebrating Africa Cool At The Milk Bar

  1. hie, great place and sounds like an awsome event. i wanted to find out if you would like to book Mrs Louise Niemann for a talk during your event. She is a professional speaker, a Mrs Africa Finalist and an awesome motivational speaker, please let me know if can be a part of your awesome upcoming event.

    cheers!

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