very interesting meals at both places, big smorgasboard at Boma and an exquisite high tea at Vic Falls Hotel.
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My favorite for this hotel is the Sunday brunch, $25 per person and worth every penny. Turn of the century china and setting, fabulous service and old world charm makes this a sunday morning best bet if in Vic Falls.
Having experienced many top degustation/tasting menus around the world, I can highly recommend this one for several reasons. Firstly it is exceptionally good value for money. In fact it is the second best value I've evet had (after UMA in Barcelona) and that's impossible to...More
We stopped by for a quick snack on our first night in Victoria Falls after visiting the Falls. If you want a more familiar Western menu this is a good place to visit. We both had a salad and sandwich which were very yummy. The...More
My husband is a picky eater with a small appetite so we weren't likely to do justice to the meal but felt that eating there was part of the stay. The service is excellent & the surroundings very pleasant but it is not Michelin star.
Dinner at this beautiful restaurant was a real treat. They had a creative menu which featured gluten free options like a creamy, delicious risotto. My husband had the special which was kudu, and the bread presentation was amazing. The ambiance is very romantic - I...More
I was flabbergasted at the quality of my visit! The service was excellent and the view just metres away is unmatched. Even if it's just for an afternoon - the warthogs on the lawn, the birds chirping, it's like coming home.
Dinner at The Livingstone Room in The Victoria Falls Hotel could not be more perfect. Evoking all the elegance and grace of a bygone era, you are immediately welcomed home by a Maitre’ d’hotel with all the grace and manners of the finest starred restaurant...More