Victoria Falls Restaurants
Restaurants and places to eat out in Victoria falls on the Zimbabwe side of the Zambezi river.
Hotel Restaurants in Victoria Falls
A'Zambezi River Lodge
¤ Amulonga: meaning "by the river" restaurant - is a la carte. -
an authentic African open air thatched roof, restaurant on the banks of the Zambezi river with African dancers
¤ Simajinga restaurant. Buffet Dinner whilst watching traditional dancers on the pool terrace - dinner / casual.
¤ The Rainbow Kraal concept is that of an African Village enclosure whose mouth watering cuisines, utensil and decor dates back to as far as the 10th Century.
Victoria Falls Hotel
Room - The Victoria Falls Hotel - dinner / tie & jacket
¤ Palm Restaurant:
Elephant Hills Hotel
¤ Samukele - Elephant Hills - breakfast,
lunch and dinner / casual 180 pax-Carvery
¤ White Waters - buffet restaurant. Overlooks the Pool Island and offers hearty breakfasts and dinners with a selection of creative dishes such as Mopani worms. They also have after-dinner floor show of traditional music and dancing.
¤ The Enclosure which hosts a large selection of restaurants and bars including
¤ Spur : all meals / casual. Guests can order from both simultaneously
¤ Panarotti’s – a Italian Trattoria-style restaurant
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
¤ Makuwa Kuwe - breakfast, lunch, dinner / casual - a la carte | Sample Menu
Family Type Restaurants
« The In- De- Belly Restaurant. Located on Victoria falls Rest Camp behind Ilala Lodge. A huge hit with local Vic Falls residents!
It is right alongside the huge swimming pool and serves scrumptious meals throughout the day.
You do not need to book and dress is casual - even swimming gear!! Typical items on the menu are full breakfasts, schwarmas, ribs, fish & chips, tasty burgers, piri piri chicken & chips.
Fully licensed and serves beers, wines and spirits.
« Mama Africa meals and pub meals / casual. Has a special brand of atmosphere traditional African food with a difference
« Wimpy - Parkway/Livingstone
« Pizza Bistro - Shoppers Arcade - light meals, pizza / casual
« Narans Restaurant - Shoppers Arcade - light meals / casual
¤ New Bar ! -- 2 blue trains near the post office - bar and restaurant
* 310 Parkway (Ilala Lodge) - delicious cafe-style meals as well as a game meat buffet on Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
* Cattleman Steakhouse - for all manner of steak dishes
* Pizza Bistro - Pizza,
pizza and more pizza!
* Baboon Apetit - coffees, teas and delicious pastries
Restaurants / Discos
Explorers Pub & Restaurant - has a special brand of atmosphere. Numerous parties going on there, especially straight from the rafting! Meet up with backpacking mates and outdo them with your tales of hairy adventures, while knocking back a few before going on to the nightclub.
Kayote Ugly ---- Similar to above.
Mama Africa --- Similar to above.
Wild Thing - Located in The Kingdom, this nightclub is an all night experience, with eager young things shakin’ it, and forgetting entirely that back home they are quiet, respectable little librarians.
X-plosion - The new nightclub in town, located in the industrial area, has an open-air dance floor, which is a magical experience in the wild African bush.
Must Do's in Victoria Falls beside the obvious activities!
1) Eat Chocolate Marquai desert at Ilala hotel's Palm Restaurant!..... To die for!
2) Dinner at The Boma .
3) Visit Gorges Lodge bar...it literally hangs over the edge of the gorge..a totally different perspective of of the river!
4) Tea at Victoria Falls hotel at high noon!....... Cakes and piano music as you look over the gorge!
5) Golf at Elephant Hills.....don't hit a waterbuck or fight a croc to get your ball back
6) Safari Spa: Treat yourself to a range of beauty therapy treatments ranging from manicures to massage at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge’s Safari Spa and Swimming at the Boma ......you don't have to be a resident!
The Monde Village Dinner - It's only 10 minutes drive out of the Falls and enjoys one of the most amazing views right over the Valley of the Falls.
This great venue has proved to be a great product for groups looking for an ethnic group dinner option.
Sadza Ne Nyama – The local staple diet of stiff porridge and stewed meat is cheap, filling, and very tasty.
Local Vendors – Try some of the local delicacies such as the dried fish, or dried Mopani worms, or open-flame roasted mealies (corn on the cob)
Lunch and Snacks
Kasibi - Elephant Hills - breakfast, lunch and snacks / casual
The Terrace - The Victoria Falls Hotel - breakfast, high tea, snacks / casual
Crock & Paddle - Landela Trading Post - light meals, pub meals / casual
Pink Baobab - 310 Parkway Road - cakes, tea and coffee shop
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