Explore Zimbabwe dinner!

Explore Zimbabwe dinner! exotic stuff


Similar to its history, Zimbabwe food comes in many shades of color and flavor. We will explore African staples for our first Zimbabwean dinner!

Maize/corn is the staple food, often grounded and made into sadza a.k.a. pap in South Africa. Pair this with meats, leafy greens, fishes or even mopane worms!

* Menu *

  • Sadza
  • Muriwo: Spring leaf green vegetables
  • Inkukhu: Chicken stew flavoured with spices
  • Mazondo: Slow-cooked trotters with ginger, tomatoes and herbs

Sadly we won’t be able to cater to Vegetarians for this dinner!
[PRICE] R90/person incl. 10% gratuity

[TIME] Gather from 19h00 for 19h30 sharp!

All YES-RSVPs will receive EFT instructions from us via email to secure your spot at the table. Directions will be provided after payment confirmation.

Email founders@foodandchatter.co.za with your Name + Email + Contact #, when will reply with our Banking Details to secure your booking.

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Ovidiu Pacuraru
Co-Founder at Food & Chatter
"I love to ask locals what they had for lunch: to find Cape Town classics like the Steak, Egg, and Cheese Masala sandwich!"

Ovi is a passionate hobby cook and always looking to re-create and modify every dish he tastes! Ovi is a big subscriber to fusion food, and sometimes he just feels like whipping up one of his childhood favorites: a fusion of Romanian/German dishes.
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