Refilwe Letsholo's culinary journey of excellence

Refilwe Letsholo
Refilwe Letsholo

In the world of culinary arts competition is tough and those who offer superior service are always at the forefront when food enthusiasts look for a place to eat.

This is true for Yoli Café, a distinguished name in the local food catering industry, which has carved a niche for itself in the competitive world of catering, offering a diverse range of culinary delights that cater to various events and occasions. Established in 2023 by Refilwe Letsholo, an entrepreneur with a passion for excellence, the café has grown from a small startup to a well-known brand, synonymous with quality and innovation in food catering. “Running a catering business is no easy feat, and I have faced my share of challenges. One of the primary hurdles is the unpredictability of the market. Catering businesses often experience fluctuating demand, making it challenging to maintain a steady cash flow,” she explains in an interview. “Additionally, the industry is highly competitive, with numerous players vying for the same clientele. This necessitates constant innovation and exceptional service to stay ahead.”

The seasoned caterer notes that when the business was started, she envisioned creating something that would not only satisfy the palates of her clients but also provide an unforgettable dining experience. Her culinary journey began with a simple yet profound belief that food has the power to bring people together. With deep love for cooking, she then embarked on her entrepreneurial journey, establishing Yoli Café in the heart of Gaborone. She told BusinessMonitor Letsholo that her business specialises in a wide range of catering services, including corporate events, weddings, private parties and community gatherings.

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