The Jerky & Coffee Hut

Booval

The Jerky & Coffee Hut in Booval specializes in a wide range of authentic South African jerky (also known as biltong) and other specialty foods as well as house-roasted coffee.

Jerky comes in exotic flavors such as chakalaka, Brazilian smoked paprika, yakitori, manuka honey rosemary and port wine garlic.

The Jerky & Coffee Hut Booval

Other foods available at The Jerky & Coffee Hut are boerewors, droewors, biscuits, lollies and braai barbecue spices, along with imported South African soft drinks and a unique sweet treat called koeksisters.

The Jerky & Coffee Hut Booval

There are several tables inside and outside the store, where it is possible to enjoy a house roasted coffee and sample the different flavors of jerky (also available online).

The Jerky & Coffee Hut Booval

In a nutshell - Many flavors of South African jerky as well as house roasted coffee available dine in, online or take away.

The Jerky & Coffee Hut Booval

Need to know - Parking is available onsite at The Jerky & Coffee Hut.

By Lucy Hordern

The Jerky & Coffee Hut

116 Brisbane Rd

Booval

Opening hours

3282 7884

Map

116 Brisbane Rd Booval

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