Ethnic Restaurant: Special Offers at This Pan-African African Eatery in Johannesburg

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Ethnic Restaurant is Johannesburg’s newest African eatery hidden away in the heart of Edenvale that celebrates cultural diversity through food. The restaurant opened towards the latter end of 2023 and offers a unique dining concept for those seeking intimate moments, away from the hustle and bustle of buzzy eateries. 

Ethnic Restaurant

All about this new African restaurant in Johannesburg

Ethnic Restaurant specialises in Pan-African cuisine, offering a range of dishes that bring together the melting pot of flavours and cooking methods that the continent is famous for. 

Go on a taste journey starting from the vibrant spices of Morocco to the soulful stews of West Africa, decadent South African desserts and everything in between. Each dish is a journey that transcends borders and captivates the senses.

‘At Ethnic Restaurant, we serve not just food, but stories on a plate, each bite a reminder of the rich tapestry of Africa,’ explains founder Raymond Ayila Kpojime. ‘We believe in fostering a sense of community and cultural appreciation through the universal language of food. Our passion is crafting experiences that feed the soul as much as the body.’ 

The venue is located at Eden Terrace, a small shopping centre in suburban Edenvale, and boasts a spacious dining area. ‘Our ambience is adorned with authentic ethnic art, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for our guests,’ continues Raymond.

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Special experiences and offers at Ethnic Restaurant

Mother’s Day lunch in Edenvale

Play it your way this Mother’s Day at Ethnic Restaurant in Edenvale. The hardest part will be deciding between their sumptuous three-course lunch spread, a deluxe brunch platter that can be shared between two or four guests, and their prawn pasta. All dishes come paired with Leopard’s Leap Cuvee Brut bubbles, straight from the Franschhoek Winelands. 

Award-winning artist, Jude Harpster will serenade guests with an intimate live performance on the harp, while Zama Afrika and her band deliver mellow Afro-jazz songs for an afternoon of beautiful music. 

Looking to extend your experience into a lazy lunch? Add on bottomless mimosas at R99pp that will keep the popular cocktails coming. 

Cost: R450pp, including a 3-course lunch and a welcoming glass of bubbles. R750 or a brunch platter for 4 and a bottle of Leopard’s Leap Cuvee Brut. R400 or a brunch platter for 2 and a bottle of Leopard’s Leap Cuvee Brut. Bottomless mimosas – R99pp. Book via call 010 746 1636

When: Sunday, 12 May from 12pm
Where: Ethnic Restaurant, Eden Terrace, 60 Terrace Road, Eden Glen, Edenvale, Johannesburg

Bottomless Mimosas, every weekend

Edenvale’s newest dining spot is carrying forward the Mimosa trend with endless pours of the popular bubbly and orange juice cocktail. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10am, brunch-goers at Ethnic Restaurant can enjoy unlimited Mimosas for a set rate. Pair your drinks with a menu that is anchored in light lunch dishes and authentic African cuisine.

Cost: R250pp, book via call 010 746 1636

When: Every Saturday and Sunday, from 10am to 2am
Where: Eden Terrace, 60 Terrace Road, Eden Glen, Edenvale, Johannesburg

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Live music and Cape wines on selected Sundays

Ease into the carefree and relaxed evening with Slow Sundays at Ethic Restaurant in Edenvale. This bi-weekly experience brings together elevated dining with the enchanting melodies of live performances by some of the city’s leading musos.

Advance reservations are essential.

Cost: R250pp, book via call 010 746 1636

When: Biweekly, on Sundays, from 10am to 2am
Where: Eden Terrace, 60 Terrace Road, Eden Glen, Edenvale, Johannesburg

Get in touch

When: Monday to Thursday, 10am to 12pm. Friday to Sunday, 10am to 2am
Where: Eden Terrace, 60 Terrace Road, Eden Glen, Edenvale, Johannesburg

Website: ethnicdining.co.za
Tel: 010 746 1636
Whatsapp:
084 920 5025
Instagram: @ethnic_restaurant
Facebook: @ethnicrestaurant

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