About Phumula Kruger Restaurant
The restaurant is managed by the Dialer family. The atmosphere is relaxed, capturing the bush atmosphere in the décor, and ensuring you are whisked far away from the rushed city life.
We provide a culinary experience. Come and enjoy personally prepared African family cuisine and service given with extra care and a smile. Great value for your money.
The restaurant is set in a spacious thatched building, large enough to accommodate seven tables. The rustic log furniture comprises six tables each seating six persons, and one table seating ten.
The restaurant is air-conditioned for your comfort and there are TV monitors and two big screens which can be programmed to two different channels, so you can watch soccer and rugby at the same time.
The restaurant is fully licensed and boasts with a well-stocked bar and a varied menu. The kitchen is open from 07:00 to 21:00. On the busy nights the kitchen will stay open until all tummies are full.
Customers wishing to enjoy supper under the open African sky will find four tables on the veranda; you may be able to identify the Southern Cross in the night sky. There is also a possibility that you could hear the lion's roar or the mad laugh of hyenas.
The restaurant will be closed on 25 December and open every day during peak season.
Directions to Phumula Kruger RestaurantTravel along the N4 to Nelspruit/Malalane/Hectorspruit. Approximately 10 km after Hectorspruit, turn off to Marloth Park. Travel along the 5 km gravel road to the gate. Travel along the 7 km tar road onto Sekelbos Drive. Turn left and left again onto Rinkhals Street.
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