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EYADINI LOUNGE IS THE PREMIUM LOCATION FOR
AN EKASI SHISANYAMA & LOUNGING EXPERIENCE
Eyadini Lounge is your no1 Ekasi Shisanyama Experience located in the heart of Umlazi Township. A dream that came to life in 2008, Eyadini is a highly sought out shisanyama restaurant and premium event venue popularly known for its “Eyadini walk”, where patrons are photographed midwalk as they enter Eyadini Lounge. Specialising in a unique Shisanyama township experience, the award winning Eyadini lounge is one of the fastest growing businesses in KZN, catering to the young and trendy, meat and music lover alike.
Not only do we have the best meat in town but we also host the craziest out of this world events, private functions, birthdays, baby showers, product launches, brand activations…the works…basically Eyadini is here for your pleasure and specific needs, catering to your exclusive demands. From catering services to the biggest stage performances it is true when they say “Eyadi Lizokmangaza.”
Eyadini Lounge is one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most popular hangout venues and arguably, an important tourism hotspot for the province.
It’s easily the first place that many of us want to visit and experience when on holiday in Durban with much of its popularity attributed to viral social media images of people walking into the venue.
The property that Eyadini Lounge is built on was previously a scrap yard and this is why he decided to call the venue Eyadini – which when directly translated simply means “at the yard”.
Whether it takes the form of a distinctive blend of spices to go with their meat cuts or a variety of scrumptious dishes, or music or security for patrons, outlets are sparing no effort to keep customers coming back and gain new ones.
Eyadini Lounge is one of KwaZulu-Natal’s most popular hangout venues, and one can go as far as saying it has become an important tourism hotspot for the province.
Born and bred in Umlazi, KwaZulu-Natal, Jabulani Zama started out as a policeman who then went into the towing business, driving his own tow trucks in Umlazi.
Following this, Zama started a construction company called Jigga Man Civil and Plant Hire. He then later ventured into the hospitality industry with Eyadini Lounge which he built from scratch in 2009. The business only started operating two years later in 2011.