We love the fast-paced, jet-setting life, and we’re always looking for our next adventure. While discovering new places, it’s good to take a breather, absorb your surroundings, and drink something delicious. Our choice? Well, a BOS Rooibos Ice Tea, of course!
Did you know that BOS is available (almost) everywhere? That’s right – when you need to chill out with BOS, you can find us online, in stores and restaurants across the globe.
We love roaming through concrete jungles, trying out new restaurants and indulging in exotic cuisine. To help you #GoBOS internationally, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite places to unwind and savour an ice-cold BOS. Here are our top 5 restaurants to enjoy BOS Rooibos Ice Tea in South Africa and Europe.
Situated on Beach Road, Umdloti Beach, SandBar is one of Durban’s best-kept secrets. This beautiful restaurant is drenched in ambient lighting and colours, with vintage images of longboard surfers and photography of past generations. Here, the atmosphere is warm and nostalgic, conjuring up dreams of an endless summer. SandBar’s philosophy is simple: “Good food, friendly service, served in a relaxed environment.” It’s impossible not to lose track of time here.
SandBar’s eclectic cocktail bar serves colourful local and international cocktails, and a touch of sophistication makes it the ideal place for enjoying a meal any time of day, washed down with an ice-cold BOS Rooibos Ice Tea!
Not sure what to have with your BOS Rooibos Ice Tea? SandBar has a vast menu, offering international fusion starters, sushi, seafood, burgers and other delicacies, including their famous peri-peri or lemon garlic prawns.
PiliPili Beach Front Restaurant
Sedgefield, Garden Route
The quiet seaside town of Sedgefield in the heart of the Garden Route is home to PiliPili, a charming little beach restaurant situated just a few meters from the ocean. The perfect place for chilling out on a sizzling-hot day. If you find yourself in the Southern Cape, PiliPili might be your new favourite spot to grab a bite and a BOS! This little seaside gem should definitely be on your bucket list if you like sandy toes, sun-kissed shoulders, and good vibes.
There’s no better way to beat the heat than to cool down with a BOS Rooibos Ice Tea. Pair it with a wood-fired pizza, or spoil yourself with some fresh sushi. PiliPili’s menu also offers Mozambican-inspired dishes, tapas, salads and yummy munchies for little ones.
Fun fact: The Swahili word ‘pili pili’ translates to ‘pepper pepper’ in English. It refers to the African Red Devil, or African Bird’s Eye Chilli, better known as peri-peri or piri-piri.
Beyond PiliPili Beach Front Restaurant lies Myoli Beach, a hidden Garden Route gem offering a plethora of outdoor activities, including surfing, kitesurfing, canoeing, horse riding, paragliding, and much more.
Lüks is, above all, a story of originality and creativity. Created in 2019 by street food enthusiasts Kamal Zaoui and Nordine Bara, Lüks offers a unique twist to the traditional Turkish kebab. The spit is made daily with fresh meat selected by a renowned butcher before it is marinated for 24 hours in Lüks’ top-secret marinade. The eatery’s vegetables are freshly delivered every morning, all sauces are homemade, and their artisanal breads are freshly baked daily. At Lüks, hungry patrons can enjoy their choice of filling in three ways; in a giant pancake, soft homemade bread, or in a bowl.
The vibrant atmosphere at Lüks makes it the perfect spot for enjoying a juicy kebab and an ice-cold BOS Rooibos Ice Tea. Let the chefs transport you to the far corners of the globe with a unique menu offering lip-smacking fare crafted from the freshest local seasonal produce. They have six kebab options on the menu; including (but not restricted to) inventive flavour combinations like blue cheese and fig, goats’ cheese and honey, and Stracciatella di burrata (shredded fresh mozzarella soaked in sweet cream), black truffles and basil.
The original Lüks Kebab is located at 6 Rue du Père Guérin, with a Lüks takeaway to be found at 24 Rue de la Grange aux Belles. Another Lüks takeaway outlet is situated at SUPREM Food Court in Paris La Defense.
With its colourful locations offering Mexican soul food with a French touch, the two Distrito Francés restaurants are Paris rarities not to be missed. Inspired by that warm, family feeling that often accompanies Mexican fare and festivities, owner Davy Ngy left behind the world of finance to open his two unique Paris eateries.
The Distrito Francés restaurants, a 55-seater in Saint Martin and a spacious 90-seater in Marais, are known for being friendly, relaxed settings where friends, colleagues, and families get together, as well as perfect settings for romantic date nights.
Let Distrito Francés transport you to a vibrant culinary realm where Mexican meets French fusion, set to the sounds of hip-hop and RnB from the 90s-2000s, reggaeton, jazz, and a bit of everything else. Expect a variety of gluten-free burritos, the best guacamole in Paris, quesadillas, nachos, tacos and lots, lots more.
After visiting Distrito Francés, you might agree that nothing goes with Mexican cuisine like a refreshing BOS Rooibos Ice Tea, perfect for quenching that thirst after a tasty-but-spicy bite or two.
Street food, particularly smokey barbecues, has been a popular staple for many cultures over the years. Inspired by South-East Asian barbecues, chef Gerd De Mangleer and sommelier Joachim Boudens, known for their Michelin-starred restaurant, Hertog Jan, branched out and created BABU in Belgium. Here, the atmosphere is friendly and laid-back, with cool decorated container walls and a mismatch of dynamic, bold colours splashed everywhere.
The BABU team will serve you eclectic burgers, or as they call them, bunners. The fillings, toppings and seasonings are based on street food from cities around the world: Brooklyn, Bangkok, Beirut, Brighton and Boston. These mouth-watering burgers are served on homemade buns that resemble a cross between an English muffin and an Asian steamed bao bun. All bunners are accompanied by top-notch and triple-cooked BABU fries. There are beef, pork, fish, chicken and veggie options, with sides including fried pulled pork balls, homemade kimchi or spicy edamame. Pair a tangy BOS Ginger & Lime Rooibos Ice Tea with one of these irresistible bunners for a tastebud-tantalising experience.