Boma Dinner [The Place of Eating]
The Boma nestles in a Gusu Forest and is partly open to the spectacular African night skies. This is not just another ethnic restaurant but a rather unique cultural experience. Excellent cuisine with over 30 dishes of meals, including a variety of game meats and traditional Zimbabwean dishes, It is accompanied by entertainment throughout your meal from traditional dancers, drum beating & Dancing.
A feast of nightly entertainment incorporates Shangaan dancers and singers. Guests are welcomed with a traditional greeting in Shona and Ndebele, the local languages. They are invited to take part in a hand washing ceremony before sampling traditional beer and snacks, as a prelude to dinner.
After dinner, guests are invited to while away the evening with the restaurants very own Sangoma – a traditional storyteller to learn more about the country’s folklore, culture and heritage. The highlight of the evening is the interactive drumming and dancing!
Along the shores of the iconic Zambezi River lies the “Zambezi House – Bar & Canteen”. Drawing upon the vibrant cultures of African markets and social scenes and the modern trends of “café life styles” found in the thriving metropolises of African cities, we offer an ambience like no other.
The epic setting attracts those traveling and wishing to enjoy a mouth-watering meal in the company of a well-balanced mix of locals and fellow travellers from different corners of the world. Whilst some enjoy the ambience of the Zambezi River flowing past and use it as a day’s office, other’s will meet at the Lemington’s Bar for cocktails or a local beverage at sunset. Families frequent its green lawns and enjoy wood-fired pizza as picnics in the outdoor spaces where the weather is mostly balmy, surrounded by local wildlife such as hippos and warthogs. Select evenings will have live entertainment by a DJ, local and regional artists.
Zambezi House is more than a restaurant and bar, it’s a place to create and share memories, and it’s a destination in its own right and an icon in the town of Victoria Falls. Its other facilities cater for board meetings, private functions and events which include weddings, conferences and team building outings
Set on the central part of Victoria Falls town and occupying the most prime location, The Shearwater Café has certainly proved to be one of the best in town. The look and ambience of the café is as cool, chic and urbane as any you could find in Manhattan or Milan, but with a fabulous photographic mural that leaves you in no doubt you are in fact right in the heart of Africa. Menus are of an international flavour with some local twists (Fresh Zambezi Bream, Zimbabwean aged Fillet Steak, and Crocodile Wasabi Wrap) and designed to ensure exceptional value for money. All the dishes are freshly homemade: burger patties, pizza bases, breads, sauces etc. Service is of the highest standard and comes with famed Zimbabwean hospitality and friendliness.
It Suites completely those seeking great food, excellent service lively atmosphere and great entertainment.
This is a restaurant with a stunning location overlooking Batoka Gorge. Enjoy views of the bridge and the Zambezi River while tucking into a burger or crocodile kebab, or a cold drink on its open-air deck or grassy lawn terrace. THE LOOKOUT CAFÉ offers fresh, tasty day and night-time dining and a spectacular view. It is perched 120m above the turbulent rapids of the Zambezi River, overhanging a giant chasm of the Batoka Gorge, just down from the iconic Victoria Falls Bridge. You can be entertained by watching daredevils take the plunge or soar across the gorge.
Victoria Falls High Tea
Enjoy afternoon light meals at one of the luxurious hotels in Victoria Falls. Our High Tea is a renowned experience, Stanley’s Terrace offers tantalisingly more than just our famous High Tea – it is also a magically delightful setting for light meals throughout the day. Traditional afternoon tea is served daily, with spectacular views of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray from the Falls below.