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Book your Christmas Party on Wednesday 1st - Wednesday 15th November 2017
Look no further than Shaka Zulu in the heart of Camden Market.
Shaka Zulu - London's premier steak restaurant with a South African twist - has become one of the most sought after eateries in London, quickly establishing itself as one of the capital's top party venues!
Our award winning design team pull out all the stops to make sure the spirit of Christmas is visible throughout the whole restaurant - from crackers and Christmas trees to merriment and mistletoe - it's the perfect place to dine, drink and dance during the festive season!
From the moment you arrive, you will be greeted with a special festive cocktail before being whisked off to your table where you'll enjoy a festive menu showcasing the originality and flair of South African cuisine which include game meats such as Kudu, Ostrich, Springbok and Zebra all from Namibia alongside more traditional festive fayre!
Once you've finished your meal, it's time to head to the dance floor at our legendary Kings Club where you'll party the night away to an eclectic mix of Christmas classics and the latest hits!
From intimate groups of 25 to major events of up to 800, our office elves will work with you to create your bespoke Christmas party, whatever the size! We do all the hard work so you can delight your boss with a plan of action all wrapped up in tinsel ready to go!
Our Christmassy 3 course set menus start from just £40 per person. For more information about our whole Christmas offering then visit www.shaka-zulu.com and click on Christmas!
Date and Time: Wednesday November 01, 2017 at 6:00 pm to Monday January 01, 2018 at 8:00 pm
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