Food Feature: Roving Bantu Kitchen a dose of South African nostalgia
The Roving Bantu founded by Sifiso Ntuli and his wife, artist Ashley Heron, has been described by some as a real South African experience with a different take on traditional dishes.
From cheese-and-spinach samoosas to bean curry, the restaurant serves a variety of foods and the menu changes according to what’s available and what’s fun to serve.
[TUNE IN] In the Food Feature @Azania_ chats to Sifiso Ntuli from the @rovingbantu about authentic South African cuisine, and his take on traditional food 🍴.— 702 (@Radio702) January 26, 2018
The Roving Bantu is located on 125 Caroline Street, Brixton
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Ntuli shares the concept behind the it.
We are trying to do what is not familiar in our community and that is to build a cultural centre. Our people know taverns and restaurants, so we are trying to combine all the various aspects of who South Africans are and put it under this roof.Sifiso Ntuli , owner of Roving Bantu
It is nice to have conversations over food and I think we South Africans need to talk.Sifiso Ntuli , owner of Roving Bantu
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