Mzolis Gugulethu Cape Town

BobbyEverything Lamb, Spit braai

Mzolis Gugulethu Cape Town: This legendary place is one of Cape Towns most popular tourist spots because it talks to the heart of South Africa, who we are as a country, and how far we’ve come. I’m not going to tell you the entire story, you can find out more on their website here, but its as authentic as you could possibly imagine and you should definitely get down there for some tasty South African meat.

In this short video, an American guy chats to one of the guys in the Kitchen, and his vibe alone will indicate how seriously these guys take their meat, and also how much they clearly enjoy working their.

Mzolis Gugulethu Cape Town

More info on Mzolis in Cape Town Magazine here

According to Wikipedia: “The establishment opened in early 2003.[7] Owner Mzoli Ngcawuzele obtained start-up funding from the Development Bank of South Africa, which supports black-owned businesses.[8] In October 2006, an economic study said that Mzoli had “moved, from selling meat informally from a garage, to owning one of the most popular hangouts in Cape Town”. In November 2006, more than 30 restaurant patrons, including a group of tourists and Democratic Alliance councillor Masizole Mnqasela, were arrested in a police raid for drinking in public. The restaurant did not sell alcohol, but Ngcawuzele explained that he could not stop people from bringing their own.[3][10] The incident generated controversy in the local press. Tour operator Ryan Hunt claimed that police swore at the patrons and threatened people for asking questions. “The police created a dangerous situation. People are always encouraged to visit township attractions, but now they are turned away with that kind of situation,” he said.[11] Mnqasela, a member of Cape Town’s economic development committee, added, “Mzoli’s is internationally acclaimed and is key to township tourism. What kind of message is the police sending?”[10] The African National Congress approved the police actions, citing a need to curtail public drunkenness”

Mzolis Gugulethu Cape Town

How about a Spit Braai?

Debone Leg of Lamb

If you live in Cape Town and you fancy a Spit Braai, touch base today and we’ll make your party even more awesome with some amazing food, and our signature lamb spit :-)