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South African Restaurants in London

Where to find South African restaurants in London

The second-largest group of South African expatriates in the world call London home, with a big community down by Canary Wharf. This number is growing and, accordingly, so are the number of African and specifically South African restaurants in London. Good spots if you’re looking for a South African restaurant in London are also to be found in Greenwich and Camden Town. Equally, your search for South African restaurants in London might benefit from acknowledging that South African cuisine is known for its multicultural aspect. More on the ‘rainbow cuisine’ of South Africa below.

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805 Restaurant - Peckham

Peckham
African££££
3.9/6204

Shaka Zulu London

Camden Town
African££££
4.6/637

Mosob

Kensal Green
African££££
5.5/68
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Meskerem Ethiopian Restaurant

Lambeth
African££££
6.0/65

Tummy Kom4ort

Golders Green
African££££
6.0/62

Jerk N Jollof Bar & Grill

Wallington
African££££
5.6/65

Bar Restaurant 48

Vauxhall
African££££
5.5/62

D'Luxx Restaurant & Lounge

Greenwich
African££££
5.0/61

Poussin Plaice - Taste of Kenya

Edgware
African££££
5.0/62

280 Degrees

Kilburn
African££££
3.5/64

Merkato Restaurant & Wine Bar

Barnsbury
African££££
6.0/61

Touch Afrik

Norbury
African££££

Kings Lounge - Barking

Barking
African££££
1.0/61

Kate's Cafe

Plaistow
African££££

Enish - Lewisham

Lewisham
African££££
4.7/674

Khamsa

Brixton
African££££
5.0/626

Sweet Handz

Islington
African££££
4.7/619

La Saporita

Finsbury Park
African££££
6.0/62

Zeret Kitchen

Camberwell
African££££
5.5/62

805 Restaurant - Hendon

Barnet
African££££
3.9/612
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    Eating ‘rainbow cuisine’ in a South African restaurant in London

    South African cuisine is often referred to as ‘rainbow cuisine’ because it blends indigenous African cuisines with those of the former colonial powers – Dutch, German, French, Italian, Greek and British, as well as the cuisines these peoples’ slaves and servants brought to South Africa from Indo-Asia. Expect a lot of ‘braai’ – barbecue – in South African restaurants in London, while the spiced ‘Cape Dutch’ cuisine and Indian curries are also common. If you’re lucky you might find a mug of traditionally cloudy, unfiltered beer in a London South African restaurant. Type South African into Quandoo and explore the Cape’s cuisine.