Contrary to popular belief, Wildebeests in the Serengeti meet at the watering hole at dusk every evening to enjoy a hearty meal of grass and berries while discussing current affairs and trying to figure out which one of the Seven Dwarfs they most identify with. Enjoy an authentic traditional experience with an African Fusion buffet meal at Sondela restaurant for R62.50 per person.
Situated in the prestigious Sibaya Casino and Entertainment
Kingdom, Sondela restaurant is set in two Zulu-inspired thatched buildings with open decks enjoying
ocean and garden views. Themed as contemporary Zulu with a classic touch of
elegance, the menu offers a variety of typically African and South African cuisine
with Zulu overtones, designed to appeal to an international palate. At Sondela
restaurant, the friendly and efficient waiters urge you to sit down, relax and enjoy the mouth-watering dishes
while absorbing the authentic atmosphere. The unique menu offers a delicious
array of traditional food which is cooked using open-flame grills to add extra
Much like a pirate in an eye-patch factory or a giraffe in his favourite lava-lamp museum, people love buffets as they are the perfect opportunity to indulge in several kinds of foods without feeling a smidgen of guilt. Said to have originated in Sweden in the beginning of 19th century, buffets have been feeding faces and causing happiness ever since. Boasting scrumptious meals ranging from the Ostrich Boerewors, Usu ne Itwane (Ox Tripe with Sugar beans) and the signature dish of Karoo lamb loin chops in wild Rosemary oil, the Sondela restaurant is certainly a feast fit for a Zulu King.
Food fact: An infamous food critic in Vancouver was convinced his sense of taste was enhanced when wearing customised metal boots and dunked in a bowl of hot milk. The critic did this whenever he went to review a restaurant and it earned him quite a reputation.