Those who been around long enough know that this place has gone through a lot of transformation including the change of name owning to the ownership. Currently is know as Black Impala Tshisanyama and when you enter its premises you’re greeted by a new lease of life it has recently acquired. It has well carpentered furniture and colourful cushions for comfort and to add ambience and flavour to the colour scheme. As most of us know that Tshisanyama is a name which represent South Africa’s most loved township restaurant which offer buy and braai meat.
Tshisanyamas are located across the country and not only in townships but in some suburb too latetly. One thing kept in all the Tshisanyama restaurants across the country is South African authentic flavour in meat buy and braai, oh and the a rather not so confusing menu or should I say standard menu of meat: including lamb, beef, and pork, and not to forget South Africa’s loved chakalaka.
So what distinguish Black Impala Tshisanyama from the rest of the competition. They have a rather unfamiliar member amongst their menu a Roesterkoek which is endowed with eggs,bacon and cheese which is served for breakfast. Also they have other South Africa heartly prepared traditional food such as Umleqwa (farm chicken) direct translation “running chicken” which goes well with dumplings for that natural wholesomeness, not to be missed is Ulusu (ox tribe) traditionally prepared, and they have added stews: beef stew, and chicken stew to top it all.
Black Impala Tshisanyama have done their bit to refresh the city and tourist with a craft beer which will resonate with the entire region for its name “Bay Genuine Draught” give in roots in Nelson Mandela Bay a place we call home. The Bay Genuine Draft is locally owned and produced.
Article source: http://blog.nmbt.co.za/blog/entry/taste-of-tshisanyama