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.
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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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This article first appeared on 702 : Food Feature: Roving Bantu Kitchen a dose of South African nostalgia