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The Safari Club to Bring African Fare to Miami

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Someone just tipped us off to a website touting the Fall 2010 opening of The Safari Club, serving "Food Inspired By the Diversity and Excitement of Africa." While the restaurant seems to have no set location yet ("We are currently negotaiting our new premises. Please return soon for more details"), there is a whole lot of information on the site, including a whole history on "The Food of Southern Africa" and an entire menu, which you can see below. Wherever the place may be, they will be open for dinner and serve Edwardian High Tea Saturday and Sunday from 2pm - 5pm. Now all they need is a location. Stay tuned. [EaterWire]
The Safari Club Website

The Dinner Menu

Lightly Curried Butternut Soup (v)
Scallops with Grapefruit and Red Onion Salad
Fresh Fig, Cured Ham and Blue Cheese Tartlet, Arugula Salad, Strawberry Vinaigrette (v without Ham?)
Maize & Nut Fritters , Apple & Mint Raita (v)
Mini “Sosaties” Spicy Lamb, Chicken and Beef Kebabs , Traditional Dipping Sauces
Shrimp Mozambique, Garlic “Braai” Bread
Cape Malay Pickled Fish, Green Salad, Preserved Lemon Vinaigrette
Fresh Green Salad, “Biltong”, Pine Nuts & Goats Cheese, Citrus Vinaigrette

Chenin Blanc , Lime & Ginger Steamed Kingklip , Lime Buerre Blanc, Ginger Scented Rice , Peas
Cape Malay Lamb And Beef Bobotie, Saffron & Raisin Rice
Natal Chicken & Apricot Curry, Basmati Rice, Traditional Sambals
Harissa Rubbed Chicken, Cous Cous, Tomato And Green Chili Salad
Lentil & Vegetable “Potjie”, Saffron Rice Or Cous Cous (v)
Grass Fed Beef Steak, “Monkey Gland Sauce”, Potatoes Or Pap, Seasonal Vegetables
Smoked Venison Loin With Red Plum Sauce, Roasted Plums & Cinnamon Mushrooms, Garlic Mash
Ostrich Pot Pie, Smashed Potatoes, Minted Peas
Pomegranate Glazed Leg of Lamb, Sautéed 'Tatties & Neeps", Minted Peas
“Boerewors” – Farmers Sausage , “Pap” Or Mashed Potatoes, Tomato & Onion Gravy
Thyme Braised Pork Belly, Goats Cheese “Pap”, Apple & Onion Chutney

Cape Brandy Pudding, Chantilly Cream or Vanilla Ice Cream
“Koeksisters” – Traditional Southern African Doughnuts
Chocolate Studded Malva Pudding, Cappuccino Cream
Cookies & Milk – Homemade Shortbread Cookies , Whisky Cream (Alcoholic. Vanilla Cream if non-alcoholic required)
Melktert – South African Custard Tart
Banana Mandaza – Fritters with Chilli Syrup, Fried Basel Leaves.
Fresh Seasonal Fruit , Ginger Basil Syrup