Sminster Restaurant is a fast-food restaurant originated from El Kadsre. It is owned by Sminster Foods Holdings Inc. It was founded by Sentanese-American entrepreneurs Gilbert Sanako Smith and Harold Sanako Smith. It was first opened in El Kadsre City, West El Kadsre (now El Kadsre) and available over 100 countries. It is one of the most-popular fast food chain restaurants worldwide.


The restaurant was founded on August 30, 1947, by brothers Gilbert Sanako Smith (1922-2006) and Harold Sanako Smith (1918-1999) after 2 years of construction and creating their own recipes. They introduced their owned Barbecue Burger, Cheese Chicken, Sour Cream Chicken and Barbecue Fried Chicken.

When the new ownership bought them in 1955, it was renamed to Sminster's to expand the restaurant into various provinces, cities, towns, and countries with new foods and drinks. The first restaurant was opened internationally starting with the United States.

The famous Burger House design was introduced in 1959 after the phenomenal success of Sminster restaurant and growing popularity, shifting its name from Sminster's to Sminster.

In September 1986, Sminster launched an online website for menus, promos, news and food store (1990) for your convenience starting with the Vlokozu Union.



  • Smits-Burger (regular, cheese, grilles, barbecue, deluxe or big-size)
  • Smits-Chicken (regular, glazed, sour cream, spicy, barbecue, buttered, sweet and sour or cheese)
  • Smits-Pizza
  • Smits-Hotdog
  • Smits-Cue (pulled pork, pulled beef, or pulled chicken)
  • Smits-Grill
  • Smits-Steak


  • Smits-Fries
  • Smits-Twist
  • Coleslaw


  • Smits-Kids Meal


  • Coca-Cola
  • Coca-Cola Zero
  • Diet Coca-Cola
  • Coca-Cola Vanilla
  • Coca-Cola Life
  • Fanta
  • Fanta Raspberry
  • Sprite
  • Sprite Zero
  • L&P
  • Technic Energy
  • Sminster Chocolate Drink
  • Lift
  • Mello Yello
  • Qoo
  • Keri Orange Juice
  • Keri Apple Juice


  • Ice Cream Sundae
  • Fried Ice Cream

Available countriesEdit

See List of countries with Sminster restaurant.

See alsoEdit