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4Roomed eKasi Culture

4Roomed eKasi Culture
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Cost
R190 (second course meal determines price)
Ambience
Groups, Kids, Local cuisine, Views
Food
African, Modern, South African
Payment
Mastercard, Visa
Corkage
No Charge

Owners description

Based on the concept of eKasi four roomed homes that were the dwellings of the black communities in areas close to the business hubs of South Africa (the cities). These four-roomed carriage-like houses would normally be divided into a lounge/dining room, a main bedroom, a second bedroom and a kitchen. More than one family would live in these houses and this is where Ubuntu, through this unity, was mostly developed and encouraged.

4ROOMED as a business concept will be the rebirth of Ubuntu that was once part of our daily lives, a business initiative that is intended to evoke nostalgic moments through food, style and décor of the rooms, the smells, sounds and stories that can be associated with the times when multiple families shared a four-roomed house as one big union. A life to be celebrated while bringing dignity and awareness to South Africa’s diverse cultures.

User reviews

  • My favorite spot in Khayelistha, the food is out of this world, the service is world-class and the prices are affordable. Makes a nice place for a baby shower or an intimate birthday lunch, they are very accommodating if you have any special requests. The head chef, Abigail explains each dish as its served. For a true taste of African food with a modern twist, this is the perfect place.
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  • My favorite spot in Khayelistha, the food is out of this world, the service is world-class and the prices are affordable. Makes a nice place for a baby shower or an intimate birthday lunch, they are very accommodating if you have any special requests. The head chef, Abigail explains each dish as its served. For a true taste of African food with a modern twist, this is the perfect place.
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  • I went for lunch with a book club as our year end function. The restaurant was easy to find and we got a friendly welcome from the staff. Some ladies brought their own wine and the waiter was quick with wine glasses and ice. We were lucky enough to have Abigail come out and explain about the dishes before we ate. Every single morsel was delicious and we ended up asking for extra steamed bread as it disappeared off the table quickly. The chicken was definitely a highlight of the menu and more than one person commented how delicious the pap with pumpkin was. Am already planning my next visit
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Facilities

  • Accepts credit cards
  • Dinner
  • Eat Out reviewed
  • Food
  • Functions
  • Lunch
  • Serves food
  • Takeaways
  • WiFi

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