Delicious okra in peanut butter sauce with couscous de manioc.Will definite come back .Waitress were very friendly and on spot👍👍👍
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We were pleasantly surprised when we visited this place for the first time last year. This year was a bit different. We booked a dinner table - and what shall I say? They didn't have any of the white wines we ordered - we went...More
Ok, kitchen got an African touch, but overall quality was below really good. Service was more than slow, been there with my wife and I had my lunch finished before she got her's. And it was the one and only restaurant in Namibia we went,...More
They grilled pork was excellent and it was served with a side salad and a bowl of extra chips! Couscous was aromatic and light. Ice cold ciders and very quiet and relaxing atmosphere. Great décor style, comfortable sitting. Ideal for birthday parties
This restaurant, set in a little park just off the main drag of Independence Avenue is a real pleasure. In an old colonial building, nice patio with plenty of tables or eat inside. The menu is Afropolitan - some really interesting West African dishes. My...More
Lots of choice on the menu and if you don't see what you like, ask your waiter, he might have a surprise for you. Be careful, there is another restaurant on Independence street called "La Marmite" (looked nice, but it is not the same).
Saw a lot of negative reviews of this place, but decided to give it a try anyway because it's one of the few places offering African cuisine (why is this?). I'm glad we did, because none of the things the negative reviewers complained about happened...More
That's definitely a good option if you are around central Windhoek. Nice variety of well prepared food, good service and good value in a quiet, green corner of a park right at the city centre.
Looking forward to a good West African meal but left very disappointed. I had the Cameroon curry which lacked taste or spice and the meat was very tough. Service friendly enough and both the toilets and kitchens could do with a deep clean
I was looking forward to eating at La Marmite after we couldn't get a table at Joe's beer House. It was recommended in the lonely planet guide but sadly did not meet expectations. Interesting menu with lots of African dishes. Goat head, morpano worms, oryx...More