Up to six diners can feast on a three-course meal with mains such as blackened Cajun salmon or grilled pork T-bone, served with a cocktail
What You'll Get
- Type of cuisine: South African
- What’s included: three-course meal and cocktail
- Valid 7 days a week
- Starters may include: pressed ham hock terrine | vegetable samosas | peri-peri chicken wings | wood-roasted vegetables | snoek paté | lamb samosas
- Mains may include: blackened Cajun salmon | vegetable potjie | whole baby chicken | grilled pork T-bone
- Mains may be upgraded for £7.5 to: rare breed grilled sirloin steak | harissa buffalo striploin
- Desserts may include: ice cream and sorbet selection | passion fruit cheesecake | dark chocolate tart | British cheese selection
- Cocktails may include: Cape Towner | Bellini | Secret Forest | Simba
- View the menu.
The Fine Print
Expires 31 May 2020. Limit 5 per 1, 2, 4 or 6 people, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Max 14 people per table. Booking required, please call 02033769911; provide Groupon code. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID. Valid for a starter up to the value of £9.5, a main up to £32, a dessert up to £9.5 and a cocktail up to £12.5 per person. Valid for a set menu only. Valid Mon-Fri midday-3pm, Sat-Sun midday-4pm for lunch; Mon-Thu 5.30pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5.30pm-7pm for dinner. Last order on Fridays and Saturdays is at 7pm. On Fridays and Saturdays, arriving more than 15 minutes late may result in loss of appointment. Limited availability in December. A discretionary 12.5% service charge based on original price will be added to final bill. £7.50 to upgrade a main to rare breed grilled sirloin steak or harissa buffalo strip loin. The menu is seasonal and subject to change. Valid for 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.