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Posted in News, Restaurant, Promotions, on 17 August 2018, by , 0 Comments

Celebrate your year end in moyo style!

A year end function at moyo is not only the perfect way to thank your team for their hard work throughout the year but also a great way to have some fun while eating African cuisine. Book your year end function at moyo and enjoy our African cuisine, traditional hand washing and face painting to celebrate the end of 2018.

Come and enjoy our famous communal feasts and get captivated by the moyo experience. This moyo way of sharing a meal that is served to your table is an amazing way of feasting while enjoying great conversations and bringing people together.

You can expect crisp Moroccan flat bread, drizzled with olive oil & Dukkah spice and Tunisian flat bread served with chickpea & chilli dip served to you on arrival. Main courses range from Spicy North African chicken, Traditional beef dombolo, Senegalese line fish and our world-renowned Oxtail Amos served with a variation of sides. All communal feasts are 3 courses, so leave room for our amazing desserts!

Don’t forget about our exciting buffet offerings that cater for larger groups. moyo is always generous when it comes to food and our buffets are no different!

Tell your friends, colleagues and bosses to come to moyo!

 

Moyo Blouberg year end communal feasting starts at R269pp
Call us on +27 21 286 0662 or email us at edenfunctions@moyo.com to book your seat

Moyo Kirstenbosch year end communal feasting starts at R299pp
Call us on +27 21 762 9585 or email us at kbfunctions@moyo.com to book your seat

Moyo Ushaka year end communal feasting starts at R269pp
Call us on +27 31 332 0606 or email us at ushakafunctions@moyo.com to book your seat

Moyo Melrose Arch year end communal feasting starts at R285pp
Call us on +27 11 684 1477 or email us at mafunctions@moyo.com to book your seat

Moyo Zoo Lake year end communal feasting starts at R255pp
Call us on +27 11 646 0058 or email us at zlsales@moyo.com to book your seat

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Posted in News, on 19 February 2018, by , 0 Comments

moyo is a celebration of commitment to the beauty of Africa and her people, inspired by the traditions and values of our ancestors. moyo’s famously warm hospitality and modern African ambiance makes it the ultimate destination for a unique African experience.

In May 2017 moyo partnered with StreetSmart South Africa as part of the organisations’ initiative to raise funds for street children projects through participating restaurants and has since donated more than R90 000 to local StreetSmart charities. StreetSmart was started in 2005 under the founding patronage of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu. The funds raised go to selected and approved organisations that run programs for the normalisation of street and vulnerable children’s lives. moyo creates awareness with a StreetSmart menu insert at all moyo restaurants, informing customers that a voluntary R5 can automatically be added to the table’s bill. Should the patrons wish to contribute more or none at all they should simply inform their waiter. StreetSmart operational costs are sponsored so every cent donated at restaurants goes to the beneficiaries.

The StreetSmart organisation’s message is to encourage the public not to give money to street children as this enables them to carry on living on the streets. In essence, eating at a StreetSmart restaurant and contributing is the “smart” way to help a street child.

“We took a long time to find a partner that had both a national footprint and a benefit to local organisations. The fact that 100% of the proceeds go to the relevant charities is what won us over. We are looking forward to a long and substantial partnership with StreetSmart,” says Innes Linder, moyo National Marketing Manager.

Visit one of the five moyo restaurants which span across South Africa including; Blouberg and Kirstenbosch in Cape Town, Ushaka in Kwa-Zulu Natal and Zoo Lake or Melrose in Johannesburg to make your StreetSmart contribution.

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Posted in News, Restaurant, on 13 December 2017, by , 0 Comments

moyo uShaka

November, 2017: It’s summer time and now moyo Durban fans can come on back to the sunniest, saltiest hangout spot KZN has to offer. The moyo uShaka Pier is reopening on 02 December 2017, just in time for year-end celebrations and the holiday mood that is already filling the air.

With the pier being closed for a total of 16 weeks to date, the vital well maintenance has been successfully completed and even more exciting is the announcement that the moyo uShaka team have completely revamped the pier bar which will be revealed to the public for the first time.

The Pier offers guests a new look, a breezy atmosphere and fantastic dreamy ocean views, making the moyo pier the perfect casual African dining experience. With the reveal of the newly revamped pier, moyo will delight guests with a new menu, which focuses on simple African light meals and baskets, featuring burgers, shisanyama and the traditional favourite tripe.

The moyo main restaurant underwent a subdivision as well as some refurbishments in order to enhance the African ambience and make guests feel welcome a home away from home with Mama moyo. “We strive to ensure each guest has an unforgettable moyo experience and for that reason we felt that the store required some refurbishments, allowing us to heighten and enrich the nostalgic, memorable appeal of moyo uShaka”, says moyo Marketing Manager, Lynette Balie.

Furthermore moyo has decided to shift their focus onto the quality of their food rather than quantity, striving to give guests from near and far a truly memorable African experience. The emphasis on the quality of the food gives room to provide specialised cuisine centered around the element of excellence.

So whether it be a sundowner and a snack on the pier or a dinner party in the main restaurant to celebrate the end of the year, moyo uShaka caters to all needs and invites guests to come and celebrate the end of the year in true African style.

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