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  • Eat A Bit

  • From catering, to venue hire, to beautiful homeware - there really is something for everyone!
  • A Thoughtful Purchase

  • Our talented carpenter is originally from Zimbabwe. He works with wood from the Jacaranda tree, which is sourced from the outskirts of Tshwane in South Africa. His craftsmanship, ethical and enthusiastic approach ensures our products are hand carved to perfection. Hand-carving preserves and celebrates the uniqueness of each individual item from Eat A Bit.
  • We Do Catering

  • We are able to provide quality delicious full lunches, or canapés and platters of finger snacks for up to 50 guests either at your venue in Johannesburg, or if you don’t fancy cleaning up afterwards, at our own facility in Fairland.

Eat A Bit

From catering, to venue hire, to beautiful homeware - there really is something for everyone! About Us

A Thoughtful Purchase

Our talented carpenter is originally from Zimbabwe. He works with wood from the Jacaranda tree, which is sourced from the outskirts of Tshwane in South Africa. His craftsmanship, ethical and enthusiastic approach ensures our products are hand carved to perfection. Hand-carving preserves and celebrates the uniqueness of each individual item from Eat A Bit. Shop Now

We Do Catering

We are able to provide quality delicious full lunches, or canapés and platters of finger snacks for up to 50 guests either at your venue in Johannesburg, or if you don’t fancy cleaning up afterwards, at our own facility in Fairland. Find Out More

What We Do

Since 2003 Eat A Bit has been producing delicious classic home style cooking. All our meals are carefully prepared using only the freshest ingredients, presented with rustic charm and grace, but always remaining affordable.

We cover a variety of options such as; frozen ready made meals, a catering service (max 50 people), our own catering/event venue in Johannesburg, and last but not least our much loved décor range, which is handmade from Jacaranda wood.

Delicious Meals

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Catering & Venue Hire

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Hand-carved Homeware

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Gita Board

Less is more and with this oversized Jacaranda chopping board it is ideal for serving steaks and other grilled food, as well as carving roasts.

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Pig Snack Bowl

Black is in and so is this little pig snack bowl – lovely on your bar counter to keep your lemons fresh especially for those lazy G&T afternoons.

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Plant Bowls

These Jacaranda hand carved plant bowls are Eat a Bit’s latest contemporary look -  available in different sizes Large, Medium and Small.  Lovely to use all three as a vocal point on a coffee table or in your kitchen to keep your herbs happy.

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The epitome of quality and beauty – both in product design and style. We’re always confident in marketing and selling Eat a Bit’s pieces of art to our local and international market – knowing clients’ expectations will be exceeded!

Liesl (Rouge Décor)

When I first saw Eat a Bits products, I immediately fell in love. The uniqueness of each piece and the natural look made it irresistible. With every order we could see that the utmost care is taken with each item. Nini always assists with enthusiasm. I would highly recommend this uniquely creative business.

Liza Janse van Rensburg (Suikerbos)

Eat a bit's decor items is hand carved out of Jacaranda wood, a proudly South African product. We just love the natural feel and detail. Our clients @Miru Living buy their pieces as gifts and to decorate their feasting tables. Definitely a must have in your home!

Marietjie Coert (Miru Living)

Meet the woman behind it all

Nini grew up on a farm in the Free State with her entrepreneurial parents, four sisters and brother. After having her first born, she decided to bring her passion for food, catering and décor to life. What started out as a sandwich catering business, soon grew to a catering and décor business, and now – Eat A Bit is an established brand bringing you warm food, beautiful décor and event planning. Nini has built a business that she is honoured and proud to share with you all.

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