Wandies is in the heart of Soweto. It was originally an illegal shebeen, where locals in Soweto could have a drink. When tourism opened up in Soweto after Apartheid, Wandie opened his restaurant to tourists. Since then,thousands of guests have delighted to the large buffet meal with traditional "gnush"(mashed beans) Pap and beef stew, Marog (african spinach cooked with potato) pumpkin, steamed fresh bread, fresh salads and desert. It is licenced and the guesst just love it. I took a lady from New York, and the wandering musicians played and sang "The Click Song" , "Meadowlands" and "The Lion sleeps tonight". Lovely african atmosphere. The locals pop in and out for a take away including the local constabulary! My German ladies just could not stop making "mmmm" noises and went back for a second plate!
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