Located in Daveyton, Ekuruleni, Brima Café was an idea hatched in 2010 that became a reality in December 2012 when the establishment opened its doors to the public. You’ll find it just a 30 minute drive away from the snaking N12 highway that takes you to Mpumalanga.
If you long for an authentic kasi dining experience, Brima Café is the place for you. Tables and chairs are placed along the pavement, offering you a unique dining experience, coupled with a warm atmosphere, large windows and and glass doors opening out onto the main drag. Guests can enjoy an intimate corner setting or a more lively setting, that can be found closer to the bar area.
As opposed to franchise restaurants, this unique township establishment, with its sprawling wining and dining area, is always full to the brim. So much so, that Brima Café management are considering adding a second storey to the building, so that more patrons can be accommodated.
Located in Daveyton, Ekuruleni, Brima Café was an idea hatched in 2010 that became a reality in December 2012 when the establishment opened its doors to the public.
Brima prides itself on their speciality menu, as it is a novelty experience for customers. Chicken, beef and mutton dishes are some of the meals offered through the buffet service, but a full a la carte menu and combination meals are also served.
Bookings are essential as stokvel gatherings are often hosted for the local community. Reasonably priced menus are created for events, with a keen eye kept on the host and attendees’ requirements and tastes.
The Brima Café team are renowned for their wide smiles and warm welcomes, following it all up with the best service around.
Whether you’re looking forward to a quick meal or celebrating a special occasion, Brima Café is an unmissable, unforgettable dining experience.