Giyani is not your regular tourist destination. You will find four types of people in Giyani:
- The ones living there.
- The ones passing through.
- The ones visiting friends and family.
- The ones having meat from Wild Meat Cafe in Giyani, a butchery specializing in venison meat.
So what were we doing there? We were part of the latter two groups. We visited friends – and had a ball of a time!
It was a short visit but friend and owner of Wild Meat Cafe, Neil van der Merwe (sorry, no Van jokes allowed on social media anymore), provided us with chilli wors and a HUGE piece of venison fillet. Both were delicious! We, unfortunately, did not get a picture of the wors – it disappeared too quick, but we managed to get a picture of the fillet on the coals!
Does not matter if you are a number one, two, three or four reason-to-visit-Gyiani-person, next time you are around Giyani and need some meat make sure to stop at Wild Meat Cafe. Much better than finger-likin’.