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I or­dered the samoosas, which were in­cred­i­bly tasty, but had ma­jor food envy when I tasted the giblets on my part­ner’s plate. For the main course, there was a choice between but­ter­bean curry, flame-grilled jerk chicken with red beans, mogodu (tripe) and pap, beef stew and pap or the African risotto, Ntuli’s take on samp and beans with cowheels and minced beef. All the main cour­ses, ex­cept the curry, were served with mo­rogo and coleslaw. My part­ner had the but­ter­bean curry, which was de­li­cious, but my choice of the mogodu and pap was the win­ner. How­ever, see­ing the other meals we passed over, de­liv­ered from the kitchen to din­ers’ ta­bles, def­i­nitely made us feel that all of th­ese dishes need to be ex­pe­ri­enced. Desserts on of­fer were fresh masala pineap­ple skew­ers, co­conut samoosas and full-cream yo­gurt. It all added up to the best din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence I have had in Joburg in years. A three-course meal will only cost you R150, but mak­ing a book­ing at Rov­ing Bantu Kitchen is es­sen­tial. You can do that by call­ing 072 223 2648

MADE WITH LOVE Rov­ing Bantu Kitchen co-owner Si­fiso Ntuli

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