Victoria Falls Restaurants


Posted by linda on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Victoria Falls is known for inspiring the senses – the beauty, majesty and adrenaline-fuelled activities of the Falls are indeed an awesome experience – what many people will be surprised to discover is that Victoria Falls offers a gastronomical treat as well. Tucked away in little nooks and crannies of the area, guests will be pleased to find really exquisite restaurants, where traditional and internationally acclaimed dishes tempt even the most discerning palate.

The Victoria Falls restaurants offer it all, from local dishes to more internationally recognised cuisine, everybody is catered for. The food and cuisine in Victoria Falls is influenced by both local and international dishes and flavours. The staple food of Zimbabwe is called ‘sadza’, and is a cornmeal based dish eaten with different relishes.

Many of the surrounding hotels offer in-house restaurants well suited to its international guests. A’Zambezi River Lodge’s Amulonga offers authentic African open air dining on the banks of the roaring Zambezi River. Ilala Lodge presents the Palm Restaurant, serving a la carte dishes in a classy atmosphere. Victoria Falls Safari Lodge hosts The Boma, a popular choice for guests looking for some traditional African fare, complete with entertainment. The Boma is the ultimate dining location in Victoria Falls and caters to the tourism market. Another firm favourite is In-De-Belly, located just behind Ilala Lodge. This is a casual meeting point where guests can enjoy good food, great entertainment and a convivial atmosphere. Mama Africa, as the name suggests, also serves traditional African fare with a twist and an interesting atmosphere. Enjoy a traditional experience where hospitality, good food and a friendly atmosphere go hand-in-hand.

Most of the restaurants in the Victoria Falls offer a uniquely African experience, from the food served to the live entertainment and decor; guests can expect a wonderfully authentic dining experience at the Victoria Falls.

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