This is definitely an occasion when Africa Meets Australia - The Zebra Crossing are hosting another one of their extremely popular sell-out boerewors (South African sausage) tastings. Boerewors originated in South Africa and is an integral part of South African cuisine.
And with every conceivable flavour to tempt you, you can sample:-
Traditional flavours, garlic flavours, pepper flavours, cheese flavours, chilli flavours, chutney flavours and even sosatie (kebab) flavours - these divine flavours will all be available to taste-test as well as to purchase.
Or why not tempt yourself with some cheese grillers, pork rashers and thin wors (sausage) and boerewors burgers - these will also be available for sale on the day.
A taste sensation second to none - Image: Zebra Crossing FB page
Read the positive reviews from visitors and what they have to say about The Zebra Crossing and their wares:-
'This is one of the nicest family run businesses, with a fantastic range of products. The boerewors (sausage) is exceptional, seriously the best we have tasted in years. We are always greeted with warm, sincere smiles and nothing is ever too much trouble for any of the staff members. Well done Zebra Crossing! Thrilled to have you in our neighborhood.';
Stocked with well known South African products including wine and beer. Very friendly owners and one can catch up with other South Africans and a few adventurous Aussies over a cup of coffee or at the Boerewors tasting.'
Where Africa meets Australia - Image: Zebra Crossing FB page
Customer service is 10/10! I had a small issue with a product and was thoroughly impressed not only by the way the staff treated me, but also the outcome! I will definitely remain a very loyal customer... Best Biltong on the Sunny coast!!!'
If you're an adventurous Australian or a South African feeling nostalgic, why not bookmark the next Boerewors Tasting at The Zebra Crossing - it's definitely a taste-sensation second to none. Impress your guests with your knowledge of international cuisine at your next barbecue, or braai as South Africans love to call it.