Shaka Zulu, Camden

View Gallery

Words by Marvin Maddix



Shaka Zulu restaurant and bar brings South African cuisine to the heart of Camden based in the The Stables Market. This authentic and experimental rainbow eatery and club offers the wild and interesting but does not fail to deliver.

The kitchen run by Executive Head Chef, Stephen Boucher offers the adventurous diner and drinker some of the most experimental dishes you would have had in London. From the game meats such as Kudu, Ostrich, Springbok and Zebra all from Namibia to their meat flavoured cocktails.

“All of our South African game is carefully sourced and has a much more delicate taste than its British counterparts. All of our meats are cooked traditionally and classically on a Braai grill. To gain the best from the meat, they are best served medium rare.” S.ZULU


When it coms to the interiors there was no pause, Shaka Zulu is pure grandeur. The setting features 60ft giant statues, animal printed walls and soft furnishings to wooden carved walls and podiums through-out. 2012 and seen Shaka Zulu take home ‘best interior design’ at the London Club and Bar Awards and you will see why when you enter.

Service is here is brilliant, this has become a London spot for events, parties and that special occasion just purely based on its wow culture. The staff will take care of you and your guest/s so sit back and dive into some of the most interesting cuisine London has to offer. The South African focused restaurant isn’t for everyone but visit Camden mens a visit to Shaka Zulu.

££ per person

To BOOK call 0203 376 9911 or head Here.

Shaka Zulu, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, NW1 8AB

(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)
See More

Related Posts

    Glamping in Wales

    L’Auberge de l’Ill, Illhaeusern, France

    Hankies Cafe,Soho,London

    Au79 Cafe, Melbourne, Australia

    Marble House’ By Openbox Architects

    Hush,Mayfair, London

    Jil Sander Store, Berlin, Germany

    Masseria Moroseta, Ostuni, Italy

Follow us on:

FGUK Magazine

FGUK Magazine