Take taste buds on a journey to the African wilderness and try a choice of local specialities with zebra and crocodile steaks
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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- £59.99 for a sharing game board with a dessert, sparkling cocktail and club entry for two
- £114.99 for a sharing game board with a dessert, sparkling cocktail and club entry for four
- £169.99 for a sharing game board with a dessert, sparkling cocktail and club entry for six
£5 surcharge per person for Friday and Saturday bookings £10 surcharge per sharing board to add 200g rib-eye steak
Sharing board includes: 200g crocodile steak | 200g zebra steak | 200g wild boar steak
Desserts may include: dark chocolate tart with honeycomb crackling | strawberry cheesecake with roasted pistachio brittle | mango panna cotta with mixed red berries compote | Cape Town mess with Amarula, meringue, Cape gooseberries and vanilla ice cream
Cocktails may include: Shark Alley | Oro Dragon | Mandarin Maker’s of Old
The Fine Print
Expires 23 Nov 2019. Limit 5 per 2 4 or 6 people, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. £5 surcharge per person for Fri-Sat bookings. £10 surcharge per sharing board to add 200g rib-eye steak. Valid Mon-Thu 5.30pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5.30pm-7pm. On Fridays and Saturdays, late tables will be held for up to 15 minutes; arriving late may result in loss of appointment, no refund will be offered. Must be 18s or older with a valid ID. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or pre-existing booking. A discretionary 12.5% service charge based on original price will be added to final bill. Valid on option purchased only.
About Shaka Zulu
Shaka Zulu is located in the heart of the Camden Stables Market, with a large mezzanine decked out in wooden murals, giving a taste of African art. The restaurant educates London palates on the flavours of South Africa, from traditional braai food to potjies and native meats such as springbok and wildebeest. Blessed by the Zulu King HRH Goodwill Zwelithini when it opened its doors in 2010, the venue offers an atmospheric place with live music, African dancers and entertainment.