Lesedi prides itself on offering guests an African-inspired culinary journey across the continent and its many cultures.
The meal experience is about thanksgiving, celebration and community. Guests are invited to indulge in cuisine that represents the diversity of tastes and cultures that comprise delicious African cuisine.
NYAMA CHOMA RESTAURANT
Open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Able to accommodate 160 diners, the Nyama Choma restaurant offers tantalising buffet-style dishes ranging from Kalahari lamb, Mozambican fish to exotic delicacies such as crocodile.
The restaurant is divided into three-sections designed to reflect the diversity of Africa’s culinary and cultural heritage:
East Africa: reflecting the distinctive artwork of the Maasai;
South Africa: representing depictions of the nine tribes of South Africa; and
The Nile Room: a private dining area where diners experience North African cuisine sitting on floor cushions at low tables. Ideal for private functions and celebrations able to host 40 diners.
THE FUNDUDZI BAR
Located alongside the outdoor entertainment area, the Fundudzi Bar is the social hub at Lesedi – the place to enjoy a drink or two with friends. Playfully referred to as Ma Tabeleng’s Shebeen, adventurous guests may also sample local traditional brews.
Fun shebeen lunches may be prepared on request.
THE TSWANA LETSATSI LAPA
Letsatsi is the seSotho word for sun and guests are invited to socialise and unwind under the warmth of the African sunshine. The Tswana Letsatsi Lapa seats 120 people around the central bonfire with additional fire pots and lanterns around the perimeter of the lapa. Guests may enjoy the African classic, the “braai” (barbecue) or select dishes from the Nyama Choma buffet.
The Tswana Letsatsi Lapa is the ideal location for outdoor, informal functions or dining under the African stars.
THE INGOMA BOMA
This grand, circular “Isibaya” (hut) is the ideal setting for indoor “braai”(barbecue) or buffet-meal. CAN CATER private events for up to 50 people.