has a modern African theme that serves traditional cuisine with a unique
tribal touch. The pride of Africa is enhanced in the ancestral décor and
stylish furnishings of the restaurant combined with personalized
attention to detail. This is a restaurant that is everything South
Out of Africa, a seasonal variety of available African game is on the menu. From medallions of Ostrich fillet served with your choice of either black cherry or spicy jalapeno and feta sauce, to the roaming antelope options of Kudu and Impala and not forgetting the Warthog fillet.
There is also a selection of local South African specialties including boerewors, that comes from the Afrikaans words boer ("farmer") and wors ("sausage") is a continuous spiral of sausage that is usually braaied (Barbequed) and served with pap (traditional South African porridge made from mielie-meal).
Entertainment consists of South African tribal dances performed to the beats of drums to Shosholoza, a Ndebele folk song that is so popular in South African culture, it is referred to as the countries second national anthem.