Shaka Zulu is a South African restaurant, bar and nightspot in Stables market, Camden. The vibrant décor includes marble bars, carved wooden murals, beaded seats, a 30ft hand cast bronze statue presiding over the entrance.
Throughout the evening, guests are entertained in a truly sensory experience with live music and dance.
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Venue Details & Map
Stables MarketCamdenLondonNW1 8AB
- Public transport:
- From Camden Town Station, walk towards Camden Stables Market on Camden High Street (300m)
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Event Facilities
- Available for wedding receptions
- Event facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
I am not sure if this would be better not on a Groupon. But when we arrived they gave us a menu for a different deal which was definitely a worse deal! I then tried to get the Groupon menu and there was a cuffufle and they didnt believe us that we were Groupon and of course there was no Internet so it was hard to get my voucher up again. The menu in Groupon was just a sample menu and you were...more
Went for my mum and dads wedding anniversary! Food and atmosphere was incredible! I had crocodile rolls for starter and I could not fault it at all. Can't remember exactly what I had for main but it was also amazing. Dessert I had the chocolate tart, I would recommend to all chocolate lovers.
I will definitely be returning.more
I would have to agree with the general tenor of some of the other reviews: 1) The place itself is pure eye-candy and a sight to behold; but 2) The cuisine itself is lackluster for the price.
Regarding the venue: Carved wood, high ceilings and dramatic lighting all combine to make this restaurant an "African-theme-on-steroids". It's definitely worth dropping by for...more
I've been meaning to sample the delights of Shaka Zulu for a while, although it's proximity to the excellent Gilgamesh has always been it's downfall, until today.
We arrived with no booking and were seated immediately. I'm talking about lunchtime on Christmas Eve so this probably isn't a good bellwether but the place is huge so I'm guessing it has to get pretty busy before you have to book....more
On the positive side, this place has the novelty factor. If you want to be daring to impress a date (or some mates) then take them here and show off about how you are brave enough to try ostrich, springbok or even zebra.
The decor is incredible. There are two floors of carved wooden tables and pillars and it feels like you're eating in an African Palace. For the decor alone this place is...more