Explore Zimbabwe dinner!

Explore Zimbabwe dinner! exotic stuff

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

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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!
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[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.

[TO BOOK]
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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