Stocking a variety of South African food and crafts, a trip to Jabula is a treat for the senses. The colourful store, located in Dublin city, has a variety of usual artworks and crafts on display and authentic South African food.
A kaleidoscope of colour and culture awaits in Jabula, the South African store situated in Dublin city on 4 Strand Street Great. The South African nation encompasses a mix of colour, creeds and social backgrounds creating an extraordinarily complex society and a patchwork of food, styles, and arts and crafts. This mishmash of culture is reflected in the usual artworks Jabula sells.
As well as an wide range of South African goods, the shops can create an almost limitless array of items from a variety of mediums such as lead-free pewter, glass, handmade African textiles, paintings, beads and wire, and recycled tin cans. Examples of the crafts created from these mediums include, CD stands, wire beaded key rings, wire picture frames, baskets, vases, spice racks, egg cups, beaded sculptures, fruit baskets, children's (or even adult's) tin cars and Vespas. Jabula offers a made to order service in regard to these items, stating that customers can place an order and the store will try its best to make or have it made.
Jabula also stocks an extensive selection of South African food for both visitors missing the delights of home and for anyone interested in trying some South African food.