It was a 5-minute walk from Relais de Plateau, the Tana hotel where many transiting tourists are placed by their travel agents, looked unprepossessing but was well rated - so we stepped in and were warmly welcomed. The menu was extensive, as is typical of this style of cooking, set out in Malagasy, French and English, with a photo version as back-up.
Cooked from fresh ingredients, our party of 8 had a variety of dishes and declared them all tasty, well flavoured and satisfying. The bill was more than acceptable - it's the food you're paying for here, not any fancy seating, napkins or decor.
With most of our family having returned to their homes in Africa and Asia, we went back the next day while awaiting our flight to Europe, chose from elsewhere in the menu and were equally impresssed.
By the time you read this, Tamrap should look more presentable from the outside as painting of the sparkling new facia sign was all but completed on tables just inside the entrance. So give in to temptation, try it and you're not likely to be disappointed.
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