The team at Afro’s does chicken, and they do it extremely well. The signature chicken burgers are still as popular as ever, and with good reason. Soft, flour-dusted bread rolls are filled with succulent chicken breast that has been braaied to perfection. The chicken is then topped with either a tangy lemon marinade or the hot option with fiery chilli. If you’re a heat seeker, the spicy version is sensational. It’s messy, but in the best kind of way. Carb dodgers can still get their chicken fix with the option of the chicken salad or juicy strips, which are marinated to perfection in your choice of sauce.
As for the sides, the 'tjips' here are the real deal: Hand cut, rustic and chunky, they exhibit that elusive fluffiness on the inside and have the perfect crunch on the outside. There’s also a choice of colourful coleslaw that’s been doused in homemade mayo, a refreshing avo-and-mango salsa, and pineapple relish.
Drinks are simple. No alcohol is served, but you can opt for sustainable African-sourced coffees, fruit juices, iced tea, soft drinks, and mineral water.
This is fast-casual style. Place your order at the counter, find your spot at one of the tables, and wait for your number to be called. The staff here are super efficient and friendly, making Afro’s an ideal spot for a speedy work lunch.
You can’t go wrong with a view of the Indian Ocean. Grab your meal to go and find a spot on the beach, or perch in the shade of the funky yellow container as you people-watch on the promenade.
Afro’s has taken the stance to remove plastic drinking straws from all its branches to help reduce waste.
The best and the owner Mathew is quite the hottie too ,:o)