Three Restaurants in V.F.Hotel
Enjoy the traditions of yesteryear in this wonderful re-enactment of the best of the colonial era
|Vic falls hotel|
Stanley's - Afternoon Tea
Stanley's Terrace serves á la Carte lunch, afternoon tea, sundowners, light dinner daily, buffet breakfast and table d´hôte menu.
Traditional English high tea and evening cocktails on Stanley's Terrace with a stunning view over the Victoria Falls Bridge and the Batoka Gorge. Cucumber sandwiches, scones, strawberry jam, clotted cream and lashings and lashings of tea.
It was in 1840 when Anna Duchess of Bedford decided that eight hours was more than one woman should reasonably be expected to wait for her dinner, and instructed her butler to bring tea, bread and butter to her boudoir at 5pm.
Finding this repast just the ticket for bridging the chasm between lunch and dinner she began to invite her friends to join her for tea. Nowadays guests make a point of enjoying Afternoon Tea on Stanley’s Terrace overlooking the Victoria Falls Bridge, where adventurous souls can be spotted bungee jumping.
Stanley's also offers intimate candlelit dinners in the evening.
For something more “African”, The Jungle Junction Summer house has a nightly barbecue with ethnic entertainment.
Fine Dining - Breakfast at Jungle Junction watching the sunrise and overlooking the spray of the Victoria Falls. The Jungle Junction serves breakfast and dinner buffets with Shangaan dancers and local choirs as entertainment every night.
During the late 1940's, the Solent Flying Boat service, offered by Imperial Airways, became one of the more interesting ways to travel to Africa. This service flew from Southampton, England to Johannesburg, South Africa.
The Solent's landed and were serviced on a reach of the Zambezi river above the Victoria Falls. This stopover became known as the "Jungle Junction" and was soon the favourite stop on the route, as all passengers disembarked and stayed at The Victoria Falls Hotel.
Breakfast and dinner buffets with Makishi dancers and an indigenous choir entertaining every night
Afternoon tea is now a tradition at Victoria Falls Hotel !
Smart, elegant dining room for breakfast and dinner
It really is world famous and takes you back in time to a period of grace and elegance
Remember that jacket and tie are essential for gentlemen and smart cocktail wear for ladies!
The Livingstone Room serves elegant dinner and dancing, with a classic á la Carte menu.
Champagne and cigars in the Bulawayo room dinner and dance in the Magnificent Livingstone Room