Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar

Stafford Heights

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar serves authentic South African cuisine in its Stafford Heights eatery, which resembles a little corner of Durban.

Sitting beneath an awe-inspiring photo-mural of South Africa's Drakensberg Mountains creates an expansive mood and the authentic food and wine adds to the effect.

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar Stafford Heights

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar stock a wide selection of South African beer, wine and soft drinks, including popular brands Castle Lager, Windhoek, Nederberg, KWR, and Grunberger wines.

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar Stafford Heights

The comfy booths complete with zebra and giraffe cushions provide the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing beverage or two.

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar Stafford Heights

Meals at Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar come in the form of Bunny Chow (Durban lamb curry served in a traditional bread loaf), bobotie (South African mince, salad and rice), vetkoek (deep fried bread dough with curried mince) as well as biltong salad, boerewors bites (South African sausage with Mrs Balls chutney), and jerky chicken wings with Durky or hot sauce.

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar Stafford Heights

Nice to know - Parking is available in front of Jerky Nuts Cafe, along Farrant St.

By Lucy Hordern

Jerky Nuts Cafe & Bar

20 Farrant St

Stafford Heights

Opening hours

Licensed

3162 9474

Map

20 Farrant St Stafford Heights

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