Breys Meat Market
Interview 1 – Ebrahim Sayed
Established in 1937, Breys Meat Market is a family owned butcher that became the first
halaal butcher in the 1960’s to make biltong.
They pride themselves on high quality products that are made the traditional way.
The Biltong Lady
Interview 2 – Tineke Lombard
Owned by Tineke Lombard ‘The Biltong Lady’ is known for her attention to detail and
customised biltong cuts.
She prepares and delivers to your door and caters for a wide variety of your biltong
Interview 3 – Byron Sampson
Based in Rondebosch East, this business specialises in biltong meat that is free from
hormones and antibiotics. They have traditional, chilli, chutney and garlic and herb as
well as traditional kudu biltong and game droe wors.
And if you’re wondering what their biltong "cakes" and "cupcakes" are all about, well
they’re biltong which are shaped like actual cakes!
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