Delores Goddefrey is the force behind giving traditional Swazi cuisine it's true identity. She's written the book, she's workshopped the concept and if you're lucky she's likely to be the kitchen on the day you dine at eDladleni.
The 34 seater resturant specialises in Western foods, with their menus changing everyday.
They have dinner entertainment in the form of sibhaca and umiso, if requested.
The restaurant overlooks the beautiful Maguga dam.
The restaurant closing time is flexible according to what people who want.
Offers a variety of chef specials, with a variety of wines. The decor adds to a warm and welcome atmosphere.
Offers Italian meals, with karaoke every Wednesday and sometimes live entertainment. They also have everyday specials.
Closed on sundays and times varying on the day.
Kanimambo offer a range of Portuguese food, they specialise in this as their chefs are from Mozambique. They also host private functions.
They are closed on Mondays.
Stir fry including fish, chicken, sea food and red meat are their speciality by their chef.
Placed at your convinience in the Ngwenya glass factory. They also sell pancakes to go with the coffee.
The steak, pap and sheba are some of the foods that are evidence of traditional foods. Happy hour everyday from 17h30 to 18h30.
Their opening hours vary from weekend to weekdays.
Chicken is what their chefs do best and it is conveniently in the city centre.
Food from the East is their specialty. Fried chicken and fried rice is what they do best.
Between Mbabane and Manzini using the old road, this is an ideal stop for coffee.
Chef favorites at Riverside Restaurant are spare ribs and chicken. Wednesdays have specials for some meals.