Our restaurant boasts of a monastery style set-up similar to the old taverns, It encompasses a mixture of traditional seats and sofa-sets and modern restaurant seats just to take care of different classes of clienteles. The restaurant offers both a la carte and Table d’hôte menus with a rich selection from African dishes. The music system together with the smart TV in the restaurant ensures that guests are entertained throughout their visit to the restaurant.
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Africa’s cuisine is a heady blend of Portuguese, oriental and Arab flavors, think fragrant spices, hot piri piri and creamy coconut sauces, with hints of cashews and peanuts.
Like many African dishes, kapenta is often accompanied by a mountain of delicious maize porridge, known in Zimbabwe as sadza. Kapenta is available both dried and fresh, and is also stewed with tomatoes, onions and groundnut powder, and served with fresh greens.
The eyes of Malawians away from home may well fill with tears when you say the word “chambo” to them, it’s the most popular and best-known fish found in Lake Malawi, and a great national favorite. It’s served grilled, usually with nsima (a stiff porridge very similar to South Africa’s pap and Zimbabwe’s sadza) or with chips.
There are all sorts of variations on biryani, ranging from humble vegetable assemblages to more complex ones incorporating meat and seafood; pilau tends to be a one-pot dish generously spiced with cardamom, cumin and pepper.