A cosy restaurant in the middle of the "township", it is popular with both locals and tourists alike. In the suburb of Dube, some 15km from the Jo'burg city centre,
it has become a mandatory stop on the route for virtually all Soweto tour operators.The restaurant has played host to such luminaries as Richard Branson, the CEO of Virgin Airlines, Evander Holyfield, Jesse Jackson, Quincy Jones and the All Blacks.
For those who seek a touch of the exotic, the establishment serves indigenous cuisine in the form of dumplings, mogodu, ting (soft porridge), pap and umqushu (samp).
Meals are in the form of a buffet. The dishes includes mutton, lamb, beef or chicken - roasted or cooked.
Vegetarians are spoilt for choice, if salads are what they want.
There are six on the menu, including coleslaw, French salad, beetroot, potato salad,tuna fish salad and chakalaka - a local hot salad made of tomatoes, baked beans, onion, chillies and green chillies.