Sky Restaurant - Afriski

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At 3,222m, Sky Restaurant is the highest restaurant in Africa and has a relaxed atmosphere, a family-friendly menu, and a real Austrian feel. Sky is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and our menu provides for all tastes from homemade burgers to pizzas fresh from the oven, and delicious steaks, to more traditional, homely meals. With a dedicated Kiddies Menu, there is something for everyone, both young and old. There is an upstairs section which offers a wonderful view of the Maluti Mountains and a bird’s eye view of the ski slopes to enjoy while you warm up with a cup of coffee or a hot chocolate. Not only can you experience great food at Sky Restaurant, but you can also enjoy the musical talents of our ‘local’ Bulgarian musician, Lizard. There is a kids’ room in the upstairs section where your children can play or watch movies while waiting for their food, or while you have a great time with your friends. The friendly Sky staff will have you feeling happy and relaxed while you fill up on delicious food and soak up the warm atmosphere. Please note that in the winter season, bookings for dinner are essential if you want to guarantee a table at a specific time. Take-away options are also available, with our pizza being a very popular choice in that regard. Come and join us for a unique ‘dine in the sky’ experience.

Opening Times

Open Christmas
Open New Year



  • Breakfast
  • Evening meal
  • Licensed for alcohol
  • Lunch

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

Room / Unit Features

  • Wi-fi available



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      4 of 5 stars
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