Menu from Nyala African Restaurant
Browse the menu highlights at Nyala African Restaurant and explore the popular dishes people are craving! From starters to something sweet, take a look at what’s in store when you book a table at Nyala African Restaurant. Besides the flavours, you can even check out the prices at this popular spot. Mmmm, we're getting hungry already...
Includes dishes that are:
This exotic Ethiopian name for ‘cauliflower’ is only the beginning of rapturous eating. Steamed, then soaked in egg batter, deep fried and served with spiced timatim sauce.
Fava beans cooked in a combination of cumin and spices. Eaten with Mahloul – staple food in much of the Sudan
Savoury pastries from Ethiopia, filled with spice mince beef, served with spiced timatim sauce
South African specialty made from mince beef, fruit chutney, sultanas, almonds and other spices. A beautiful start to your meal.
'Beni Amer Assa’ – exotic, high quality trevally fillet, soaked in spices and grilled, served with salata
A hearty dish from Gambia. Made from beef, smooth peanut, butter, potatoes, herbs and spices
Boneless pieces of chicken marinated in herbs and spices, sautéed in mild chilli, with Nyala’s Awazi sauce. Served with your choice of injera or rice
Marinated and spiced lamb sizzling cubes sautéed with fresh tomato, rosemary and white wine, served with injera
Kuku Na Nazi
A Kenyan taste sensation – chicken, coconut, curry and mild spices – rather exotic. Traditionally served with rice, or you can have it with couscous
A delicious cuisine enjoyed by all Ethiopians. Split pea in onion, garlic, peri peri and other spices, served with freshly cooked silver beet. Served with injera
Mild brown lentil cooked with garlic, chopped tomato, tumric and coriander. Served with injera
Freshly cooked silver beet and potatoes with garlic, ginger and other spices – vegetarian’s choice. Served with injera or couscous
A delicious Tanzanian vegetarian dish. Cabbage, potato, carrot and seasonal vegetable cooked with mild spices, topped with coconut milk. Served with your choice of injera or rice
One of the top quality ice creams, all natural ingredients. Ask your waiter for flavours.
This delicious East African favourite, and exotic name for ‘sweet bananas’, is product of layers of bananas, brown sugar, cream cheese and cinnamon, lightly baked.
Moroccan specialty. Delicious fine semolina dish, served with silvered almonds, sultanas, icing sugar, unsalted butter and served with ice cream.
If you have found the perfect dish and you're in charge of picking a restaurant
Book a table before they’re gone