South African Biltong Deli

Kenmore

South African Biltong Deli in Kenmore specializes in a wide range of authentic biltong, boerewors, droewors and other South African grocery items.

Here can be found house dried biltong (safari, peri peri & texan), boerewors, and droewors as well as home baked treats such as milk tart, koeksisters, bunny chow and samosas.

South African Biltong Deli Kenmore

The shelves at South African Biltong Deli are filled with spices (bobotie, cape, braai), sauces, biscuits and other imported grocery items.

South African Biltong Deli Kenmore

And in the fridges are South African beers and soft drinks and there are also a selection of wines and spirits available for purchase.

South African Biltong Deli Kenmore

Nice to know - There is a small table inside South African Biltong Deli where it is possible to enjoy a coffee and perhaps sample the different flavors of biltong.

South African Biltong Deli Kenmore

Need to know - Parking is available onsite at South African Biltong Deli (also extra parking spaces downstairs).

By Lucy Hordern

South African Biltong Deli

Unit 1a/2066 Moggill Rd

Kenmore

Opening hours

0400 034 402

Map

2066 Moggill Rd Kenmore

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