Casual Dining


This beach side restaurant is located at Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi. To contact them simply dial +265 882 13 47 78

Here are the reviews they received from previous clients:

Great spot for an authentic Malawian eating experience

Snoopy and his crew cook everything on open fires.The food is fresh and invariably very tasty. Simple recipes and no frills or fancies guarantee an amazing value for money meal.

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Chief’s Boma
William Nicol Drive & Pieter Wenning Road Fourways

The Chief’s Boma restaurant, situated next to a dam in the leafy gardens of the Indaba Hotel, offers an authentic pan-African dining experience that takes you from the southern tip of the African continent to the distant land of Morocco in one delicious meal. Enjoy sundowners on the deck overlooking the Boma dam or weave your way through the garden before sitting down to a traditional African buffet to the sounds of a live marimba band. When all is done, enjoy a glass of red wine or roast a marshmallow over the flaming Boma fire. Join them this weekend for authentic African Food.

“Our 300 seater Chief’s Boma Restaurant caters for all tastes with over 120 African inspired dishes ranging from Traditional North African stews and Spicy Durban Curries to Koeksisters and Melktert from the Cape – and with a “Shisa Nyama” grill boasting a variety of Game Meats while listening to a live Marimba Band and enjoying the sights of our bird life roosting in our very own “watering hole” – everyone is sure to find their favourite.”

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+27 (0) 11 840 6600
Habesha Café – Durban
Habesha Cafe
124 Helen Joseph Road
South Africa

Habesha Café is an Eritrean and Ethiopian restaurant located in the trendy and vibrant neighbourhood of Glenwood, in the coastal city of Durban. Our restaurant offers authentic and delightful African culinary experience, and a taste of culture.  An African flavour with a surprise! Our delicious and flavour packed food eaten by hand – finger licking good! Never mind if you cannot do without knife and fork, we do provide.

The term “Habesha”, in Habesha Café, is a term Eritreans and Ethiopians use to refer to themselves. Habesha is a term of pride, which is used to eliminate the distinction between different tribes and also to celebrate unity as people of the same region. Habesha Café welcomes you into a wonderful space of warm-heartedness, good food and diversity.

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If you haven’t been to Mama Africa, you havent been to Cape Town

Mama was established in 1995 as a celebration of South Africa’s new democracy and of the vibrant diversity and hospitality of our continent.Since her opening Mama has served as an oasis for tourists and locals alike to meet, eat, drink and interact in a warm welcoming environment. Our kitchen offers hearty meals, our bar a friendly meeting spot and our band offers local sound which is sure to generate a true feeling of well being and joy.

Mama biggest joy is to have her guests leaving with a full tummy and a happy heart, so come to Mama as a stranger, leave as family. MAMA AFRICA is a great old soul who demands little. Her hospitality has become as legendary as the great memories spent in her company.

Mama Africa offers a vibrant and authentic African experience that is made all the more magical through music. At 8 each evening a live Marimba band takes to the stage and rocks the restaurant with a variety of musical styling til late in the night.

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Marco’s African Place is a 220 seater Restaurant and bar in the Bo-kaap area of Cape Town. Since opening it has proved to be a popular venue for both local and international patrons,whose patronage follows the exquisite African Cuisine and African Music.

Join us for a taste of African Culture, Indigenous African and Cape Cuisine as well as Live Local Music.


At Marco’s African Place we always have the best live music that will entertain you the entire night. Enjoy the best local African music and dance, performed by only the best marimba bands around.

Samar al-Nil
20 Hassaniy Street, near Lebanon Square and a pigeon place called Farahat
The Raft Floating Restaurant
Chobe River | Sedudu Island, Kasane, Botswana

The only floating restaurant in Chobe and a must add to any Botswana itinerary or Chobe Day Trip! Situated opposite Sedudu Island, guests can enjoy Chobe game viewing at its best while savouring the flavours of a traditional “braai” (barbecue). The island, which proudly flies the Botswana Flag, has an abundance of bird life and is frequented by a host of larger herbivorous drawn to the endless supply of lush green grass throughout the year. Speaking of green…The Raft has little to no impact on the environment and was built with 90% re-cycled material. All restaurant items are unbreakable with every scrap of refuse being bagged and disposed of off-site. A 15 minute cruise from Kasane lulls you into the very heart of Africa.

Price range: R536 – R536

Description: We are a 64 seater Floating Restaurant moored opposite Sedudu island. We prepare African meals with the central theme being the tradition Braai (BBQ). The only way to access our spot is by boat. There is a free shuttle running from Kasane to the Raft operated by Flame of Africa.

Rates valid till Dec 2017

+267 72 334 965
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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A world-famous restaurant, known not only for its extraordinary location, but also its fabulous food inspired by the natural resources, a twist of Zanzibar, and Italian love.

It takes just one look to understand that no pencil nor brush could draw such beauty – only Mother Nature could reach such heights and present one of the world’s most unique and beautiful locations for a restaurant.

The challenge to create and present a menu, delivered with superb, relaxed and unobtrusive service to compliment the location, drives us. Add in our years of local and international hospitality experience, our love for cooking and it’s no wonder we’ve become sought after.

One of Zanzibar’s top attractions, our team combines local spices, flavors and foods from the sea and / or land, to present sometime familiar dishes with a twist, a new preparation, a local taste.

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