Shebeens originated in African townships, cropping up in houses and makeshift shacks, decorated with everyday things around them to make customers feel at home. Lucky Tsotsi has been creatively styled to recreate this experience. Bars are built of corrugated iron and recycled timber, and old number plates and advertisements line the walls along with bicycles and bottle caps.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
Lucky Tsotsi serves up genuine African street food, encouraging communal dining with a wide selection of homey, rustic dishes designed to share. The menu is divided into ‘share n snack', ‘kinda hungry' or ‘really hungry', with South African comfort food classics like boerwors sausage and ‘bunny chow', curried chicken or veg served in a hollowed out bread bowl. The wine list features a selection of imported South African drops, whilst concise cocktail menu changes regularly.
Lucky Tsotsi hosts functions for up to 100 guests.