From The Heart Of The Zambezi


From the heart of the Zambezi, if you listen closely you can hear all the different dialects, the intertwined well blended culture, flowing through and through bringing together all the different diets, rhythms that make up Zimbabwe.

Right from that core is where the shoot of Braai Flavours grew from, pulling up with it the very essence of the Zimbabwean culture, food and interaction. Braai Flavours is a socially responsible fast casual restaurant that offers delicious and healthy meals with a Zimbabwean and Southern African influence. All meals are prepared with fresh ingredients with a touch of ancient Zimbabwean style, herbs and spices.

Braai Flavours values are mainly motivated by the desire to give back to the communities we operate in, providing fast, tasty healthy food at great value and experience, giving back to the communities through job creation, charity work to support communities we operate in and inspire to be better. What other better way to do it than bringing together people from different walks of life through food and drink culture. We believe healthy and tasty should go together, how it’s prepared is an extra added beauty as you experience the rich flavours in every bite. It’s surprising how you will learn that to many having food is more a privilege than it is a right. Thus our main driver is to do our best in affording that privileged to those who do not have the same privileged and being able to give back to the UK charities and African communities.

The Braai Flavours menu is from Zimbabwe where one of the seventh wonder proudly calls home, The Victoria Falls, a key landmark and the biggest waterfall in the world. With a Southern African influence, Now a taste of freshness and originality is guaranteed to come from these waters. Along with it are the Great Zimbabwe ruins where Zimbabwe got its name (Dzimbahwe) meaning “house of stone.” The ruins showcase the innovative and creative nature of the Zimbabwean culture not only in food but, also in arts and crafts.