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Abysinia in Kensington

Abysinia

Kensington African restaurant in Kensington

A thoroughly authentic restaurant serving the finest in Ethiopian cuisine. With offerings you won’t find anywhere else such as ting-sour Injera flatbread, Abysinia is the place to go for a truly unique dining experience. For a little of everything, ask for a platter and you will not be disappointed. Prices are incredibly reasonable. The drinks are equally exciting with strong, fresh coffee as well as local and Ethiopian wines. The casual, relaxed ambience and charming service make an experience at Abysinia one to remember.

Carnivore's African Restaurant in Muldersdrift

Carnivore's African Restaurant

Muldersdrift African restaurant in Muldersdrift

This unique African restaurant boasts a circular open fire with Masaai spears that holds a variety of 15 different types of meat, gently roasting away as you enjoy a memorable evening out with family and friends. Meats include game varieties such as crocodile, zebra, giraffe, impala, ostrich, and many more. Six assorted salads and six sauces complement your meal. 'Pap and sauce' and baked potatoes are also offered.

Emanzini Restaurant in Centurion

Emanzini Restaurant

Centurion African restaurant in Centurion

Perched on the waters edge, Emanzini Restaurant serves African cuisine from the a la Carte menu overlooking the pool deck and Centurion Lake. Start the day with a lazy breakfast or tuck into a hearty lunch, enjoy a drink at the trendy bar before settling down for a tantalising dinner. Emanzini Restaurant embraces Africa and all her colours, brimming with flavour in modern and stylish surrounds.

Gameal's Cedar Café in Waterkloof

Gameal's Cedar Café

Waterkloof Lebanese restaurant in Waterkloof

Located in Waterkloof Heights Shopping Centre, Gameal’s Cedar Café is all about beautiful food and a cosy welcoming setting. The quaint café exudes an air of nostalgia, dressed in childhood memories. The menu will leave you coming back for more, offering traditional dishes such as a Lebanese breakfast served with fried eggs on warm pita bread, sprinkled with herbs and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Succulent olives wet the appetite for indulgence. Tasty mouthfuls of tapas filled with Middle Eastern delights such as Tabbouleh, Baba Ganouj and lentils with rice, served with tomato salad and mint and garlic dressing. Discover true Lebanese dishes in a cosy and warm setting at Gameal’s Cedar Café.

moyo Zoo Lake in Parkview

moyo Zoo Lake

Parkview African restaurant in Parkview

Amongst green grass, tall pine trees and a tranquil lake, moyo seduces visitors to be open to love and laughter, seeking life and seeing it in the eye of a child. Mystical moyo water features sing songs of harmony to all who cross the bridge. The combination of outdoor and indoor gives the option of dining in the lush green terraced gardens or the colourful textured interior. Both take you on a journey of the senses to explore and experience diverse Africa. In feathered headgear the Mbira players roam the restaurant with lingering tunes. You might just be surprised by a painted statue that mysteriously comes to life. Moyo Magic - the Zoo Lake addition to the moyo family is aimed at our future - the children of today. A safe and nurturing environment is created and through workshops children are encouraged to revel in our heritage.

Nambitha in Orlando West

Nambitha

Orlando West African restaurant in Orlando West

This vibey, truly African restaurant is definitely one to experience when in Soweto. An unpretentious, jovial atmosphere permeates the spot. Dishes include traditional African varieties like 'moogodu' or tripe served with peanut butter spinach and traditional boiled chicken. Pap (porridge), samp and rice or bread dumplings accompany all meals. There is a large wine list to accompany the menu.

Roots Soweto in Soweto

Roots Soweto

Soweto African restaurant in Soweto

This award-winning restaurant offers the best entertainment, arts and crafts, a beautiful authentic art gallery and great township cuisine. Roots offers an a la carte menu, a buffet menu, a platter menu and a drinks menu so diners can be sure to find something to suit their taste. Traditional African dishes are served with flair like the tripe in mushroom sauce and perfectly prepared 'pap' (porridge). A cigar and wine lounge complete the picture. Experience township living while enjoying delightful cuisine.

Sakhumzi in Orlando West

Sakhumzi

Orlando West African restaurant in Orlando West

Sakhumzi restaurant opened in 2001 and can accommodate up to 450 people making it a bustling tourist spot. Situated in the middle of the historic Soweto area, it is an African experience not to be missed. Try a potjie of Mogodu (tripe) and loads of other indigenous African recipes. The menu also serves burgers and other less exotic dishes for the less adventurous diner. Wash down the grub with your favourite South African beer and you'll be good to go.

Tribe in Kempton Park

Tribe

Kempton Park African restaurant in Kempton Park

A truly African experience awaits you at Tribes. Offering the best in steaks, venison, lamb, seafood and South African dishes, this stylish and contemporary African-themed restaurant boasts a warm welcoming and culturally rich experience every time you dine. The attention to detail in the dishes and decor alike is flawless and the service is superb.

Wandie's Place in Soweto

Wandie's Place

Soweto African restaurant in Soweto

Wandie's is an eclectic escape from the bustle of surrounding Soweto, and the décor is eye-catching, interesting and imaginative. Buffets are their speciality and amazing homecooked dishes like mutton curry, mogodu (tripe), pap (porridge) and umqushu (samp) are perfectly prepared to ensure a classy African experience. Lamb, mutton, chicken, beef and even vegetarian options are available.

Restaurants near Gauteng

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Alimento's in Parkmore

Alimento's

Parkmore Portuguese restaurant in Parkmore(1.3 km from Gauteng)

This bustling Portuguese family restaurant serves all the old favourites like trinchado, chicken livers peri peri, caldo verde, calamari and a variety of prawn dishes. The seafood is, of course, the speciality here. There is a comprehensive wine list to complement the menu. The prices are definitely competitive and the service is up to standard. No frills and fuss to be found here - just good quality food in a bustling yet relaxed setting.

Bistro 277 on Main in Bryanston

Bistro 277 on Main

Bryanston Bistro restaurant in Bryanston(2.3 km from Gauteng)

Offering truly cross cultural cuisine with delightful French classics as well as South African dishes, Bistro 277 on Main is a great place for even greater food. For the vegetarians, there is a mouth-watering array of salads in both starter and main course sizes as well as other creative and diverse options. With an impressive wine list to round off a superb menu and dining experience, Bistro 277 on Main will be an evening you won’t want to end.

Beirut in Parkmore

Beirut

Restaurant in Parkmore(2.6 km from Gauteng)

The friendly ambiance welcomes foreign palates to a world of mouth-watering tastes. Authentic Lebanese dishes such as baba ghannoush, fried and raw kebbeh to fattoush and labna wet the appetite. Main courses boast great dishes but by popular demand kebabs, grills and shwarmas remain the firm favourites. Dine within the informal café or formal dining area complimented by a full bar, pricey but interesting Lebanese wines and authentic Lebanese ambiance at Beirut in Parkmore.

 

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