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Restaurants In Soweto

Shrouded in a rich culinary history, Soweto is the place for wining and dining ekasi style! With a main focus on 'local is lekker', restaurants in Soweto often fuse South African staples with a European flair, such as Italian and Mediterranean. But enough chit-chat, let's introduce you to the wonderful world of restaurants in Soweto! […]

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African Restaurants In Johannesburg

As part of our Restaurants In Johannesburg series, we're proud to take you on a culinary tour of African cuisine in and around the great city of Johannesburg. Let's get started, shall we? Sakhumzi Best known for their delicious tripe, Sakhumzi is a definite must try the next time you find yourself in Soweto. Aside from […]

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A Burst Of Flavour Is What South African Cuisine Tastes Like

If there is something that South Africans are good at, it's cooking and boy do we have variety when it comes to our cuisine. There is a world of bursting diversity to indulge in... Sakhumzi Restaurant Sakhumzi restaurant has to be one of the most spoken about African cuisine restaurants in the country. Situated on […]

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#Food: African Cuisine In The City

Kwantu African Cuisine Restaurant The name says it all, Kwantu, because it means the place of gathering. If it's South African flavour you're after, Kwantu is a great place to start. Who needs a knife and fork when their food will leave you licking your fingers? Dishing up with the best beef stew, tripe, umngqusho […]

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Where To Enjoy Some Proper African Cuisine

Sakhumzi Next time you find yourself in Soweto, Sakhumzi is a must-try. Trust us. Aside from getting the full Soweto vibe, their menu has authentic African cuisine that will have you craving more, and all to the beats of township music. In addition, wine lovers, you're sorted! Be sure to check out their Wine-Wednesdays. Chaf […]

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Vilakazi Street

Vilakazi Street is the most visited street in Soweto. Home to the late former present, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who still resides there with his wife Leah. The street also has a a few museums - The Mandela House Museum and The Hector Peterson Museum attract a lot of locals and tourists interested in the […]

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Enjoy Traditional Food At Soweto's Sakhumzi

Nestled in the epicentre of Sowetan tourism is the vibrant and popular Sakhumzi Restaurant on Vilakazi Street! If you're looking for a place with a rich historical background and real township-flavoured cuisine, then look no further! Vilakazi Street is already synonymous with legendary political icons Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu and now Sakhumzi Restaurant […]

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