We visited Sakhumzi as part of a day tour of Johannesburg. We had a buffet meal for lunch but you could choose a la carte. This suited us as it gave us a taste of South African food for our first visit. The waiting staff...More
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I tried almost 10 options of dished in this buffet restaurant and had an amazing time prooving the many flavours and textures of african beans and roots. It is a must go in Soweto.
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There were performers and a huge crowd of guests but it was worth it at least once for the food. Really excellent buffet with a good example of South African cuisine: the pumpkin pap and chakalaka were excellent! Bit on the pricey side at ~600ZAR...More
We were not sure what to expect at this restaurant, but it was packed with people who seemed to be both locals as well as tourists, and everyone seemed happy. It is on a main street and some of the outdoor seating area with umbrella...More
This place is a little bit western and a lot African. The food and service were good and we felt in the middle of the community. We had a variety of buffet items.
After visiting the Orlando Towers (which was great fun) we went to lunch at Sakhumzi Restaurant. We loved the vibe on the streets and requested the waiter for a table outside. Although there were a lot of empty tables outside he ignored us and we...More
Very good, fresh authentic South African food. The type that Mama would have made if she grew up here. I was particularly fond of the curry chicken as well as the cabbage and greens. The two disserts I had were fantastic. A type of a...More
We took some Polish tourist to lunch at Sakhumzi. The food was good. As it is a buffet restaurant, I will advise that the dishes names be presented in more than one language, maybe add German and French. Would not recommend it for the food...More
The food was great, especially the malva pudding and the ice cream. They had the traditional dishes which were all very tasty. Definitely a tourist destination, I think all the tour guides take their groups there. I'd recommend it if you're in Soweto and want...More