This little place is hard to find but it is all worth. Great local food in buffet style. Bring your business card as the walls are covered by them and signature. Famous people from around the world visit!
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I went with a school group and had the best time - there were about 30 of us and we took over the whole restaurant. This place is iconic, lots of famous people have been there and signed the walls. The food is authentic and...More
This place has A LOT of history. The walls are signed with many signatures, some of which you’ll recognize, and it’s safe to say this is quite the local institution. The food consists of a variety of filling and wholesome stews, cooked meats, and vegetables....More
We came here as part of a tour an walls were filled with history, the food looked and smelt amazing but unfortunately we cudnt stay for food and only tried "pup" , if we over come back we wud defo stay and have a proper...More
We had the chance to visit this restaurant with our tour guide (who lives in Soweto) and met the husband and the nephew of the original cook and owner. This is not a new, steel and concrete restaurant located by the Tutu and Mandala homes....More
Our entire tour group was completely ripped off here. Lunch buffet was quoted as R150 and wine and beer was quoted as R40 extra. Some people in our group ordered drinks but most just drank water. When we got our bill, instead of calculating how...More
This is restaurant gives you a taste of the local cuisine. There were many local dishes on the buffet. This was followed by a choice of 3 desserts.
This place is frequented by people from all over the world who come for a taste if Soweto. The walks are covered in leave messages and pictures guests leave which is a precious sight of people coming together. I do feel that the initial aim...More
Stop by for a beer or lunch and really feel the Soweto experience in a neighborhood famous spot. We only had beers but the local food looked great. Well worth a stop.
I was at Wandies for lunch on 28th December 2015, with 5 other people, at 13h00. Despite the fact that the entire "tourist route" in Soweto was extremely busy, we were the only customers in the entire restaurant, and no one else arrived during our...More