Potluck Boskombuis

Traditional South African restaurant near Blyde River Canyon
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“Somewhere along a river in a place called Potluck Boskombuis, overlooking the green hills, I was enjoying real South African dishes made on a traditional wooden stove.”

When you are looking for a traditional place to eat, Potluck Boskombuis near the R532 from Blyde River Canyon to Burkes Luck Potholes, is a must-see. Build in a rock wall there is this simple restaurant with the most amazing view. The calming sound of the river, the cool breeze in your face, the eagles flying up high over the hills, and the smell of freshly cooked food makes this place one of the most unique restaurants of South Africa.

Also try to view on the toilet. For sure this was the best toilet view I have ever seen.

Food is cooked on a traditional wood-burner stove. There is no electricity so there is no fridge. When the food is finished, it is finished. Reservations are not possible.

Linda
Boho Wanderer - The Boho Guide
Linda is a nature enthusiast that loves to explore. New adventures, big and small, make her day. Adventures like finding the cutest vintage suitcase, galloping full speed on the back of her friend for life or meeting with new cultures on the edge of civilization. At her blog My Wanderlust Diary she takes you on her adventures. For The Boho Guide she will explore honest vegetarian food and lovely places to relax in remote areas around the world.
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