Nambitha Restaurant

Nambitha – An Upmarket Eatery in Soweto

Cast members of theatrical play The Brothers Size Rodrick Covington, Timothy Bond, Sam Encarnación with comedia Deep Fried Man and a friend at Nambitha.

Nambitha Restaurant, (nambitha – to taste in isiXhosa) the most popular upmarket eatery in the heart of Soweto that serves soul food recipes with a touch of à la carte making it the ideal venue for Sunday luncheons.

The restaurant is located in the historical Vilakazi Street, in the vicinity of former President Nelson Mandela’s house and Hector Peterson’s Museum. Vilakazi Street is named after the revolutionary BW Vilakazi, who was the author of the English/Zulu Translated Dictionary.

Their menu is really diverse with Western and African cuisine that includes appetising and delicious mala-mogodu (tripe) served with spinach and pumpkin. All their main meals are also served with either pap, rice, samp or dumplings.

Nambitha Restaurant, the most popular upmarket eatery in the heart of Soweto that serves soul food recipes with a touch of à la carte making it the ideal venue for Sunday luncheons.

Nambitha Restaurant has previously hosted luminaries such as Britain’s most successful entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson and last year hosted Archbishop Desmond Tutu when he was celebrating his 80th birthday.

The restaurant not only serves as an eatery - but also offers a range of services including buffet bookings, conferences, catering and venue hiring.