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  • 1

    Carnivore

    16 reviews

    I remember hearing about this place at a dinner party years ago and thinking it sounding interesting though I'm not big on game meats. Now while I would never consider ever eating Lion or the like...after seeing Gazelles, Zebra's etc getting eaten by Lions I figured trying some would be OK. For the most part though I thought the place ...

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  • 2

    Olympia Cafe Deli

    2 reviews

    One of our favourite breakfast/lunch spots. The bakery is also great.

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  • 3

    Mugg & Bean

    2 reviews

    Sometimes when you're in an unfamiliar place you just need a little taste of home. Mugg & Bean always reminded me of my old stand by's and thus, not only fueled my energy but also provided a bit of comfort. Expensive....but a nice treat.

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    Sqala Cafe Le Maure

    2 reviews

    I wish I'd gone back and eaten dinner here, after my truly fantabulous lunch. This was possibly the best meal I had on that trip to Morocco, and made my whole Casablanca stay very worthwhile. Unlike most Moroccan menus, which have the same five items, Sqala offers all kinds of fascinating dishes you don't see outside of people's homes, and ...

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  • 5

    Ali Barbours Cave Restaurant

    4 reviews

    All I can say is WOW! The food is great, the location is great, the price is great! We had a three course meal, a bottle of wine, a bottle of water, and cocktails for less than £60 for both of us! Wish I could go back every week!

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  • 6

    Erawan Thai Restaurant and Bar - Durbanville

    A must go and eat at!

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  • 7

    Addis in Dar

    2 reviews

    Great food, on a chilled out outdoor balcony. Definitely try the honey wine.

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  • 8

    Trattoria

    2 reviews

    This is where you should go if you happen to be craving a big serving of Italian food when you're hanging out in downtown Nairobi. The food is delicious and served in a romantic atmosphere.

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    Swakopmund Brauhaus

    3 reviews

    On the weekends, you'll be lucky to find a table. This place is incredibly popular with locals and tourists alike. The food is fantastic and the beer mugs are huge.

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  • 10

    Yod Abyssinia Restaurant

    3 reviews

    Unfortunately way overpriced compared to the other restaurants around town, but none-the-less a fun experience especially if you have a limited time in Ethiopia and would like to see some of the traditional dancing. The traditional cuisine and Tej are both good and the dancing and singing is enjoyable. There are a fair mix of tourists and locals in the ...

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  • 11

    Cape Town Fish Market Stellenbosch

    2 reviews

    Cheap and cheerful seafood place. Nice atmosphere for families and good cocktails. Not fine dining but will not disappoint.

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  • 12

    Wonderbake Bakery

    3 reviews

    Some of the best coffee I have ever tasted and truly Zambian not to mention the cream doughnuts and the ice cream cones. Recommend you pay Wonderbake a visit.

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  • 13

    Codfather Seafood & Sushi

    7 reviews

    excellent, ended up pretty mashed but still remember the food being incredible

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  • 14

    Abu el Sid

    Incredibly atmospheric bohemian Egyptian restaurant. Supposedly loved by Omar Sharif. Definitely upscale but drips with atmosphere. The food could be a little better but is still quite good. Reservations a must. Be sure to take a map. A little hard to find the door but once you see it, it is pretty obvious.

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    Sevruga Restaurant

    6 reviews

    I was a little nervous entering Sevruga. The V&A Waterfront restaurant is huge, and the larges menu is all over the place--sushi, Asian tapas, classic seafood, etc. But the seafood is perfectly prepared and the service is phenomenal. A notch above many of the waterfront restaurants.

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  • 16

    Koshary Abou Tarek

    Must visit and try that food. Hygiene and interior (as well as exterior) could be better, but koshary are very tasty and unusual for European traveler. The prices are very cheap and service is quick.

  • 17

    Cafe Clock

    6 reviews

    Take the cooking class with Souak - she is a delight and a wonderful chef. You will learn to cook and authentic meal, and learn about real life in the Medina.

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  • 18

    Terroir Restaurant

    4 reviews

    Great restaurant! Think it was awarded the best restaurant in South Africa in '08 or something. Great taste, great wine, good service and a cosy atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit!

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    44 Stanley Avenue Centre

    3 reviews

    Such a great designer type freedom vibe here!!! Love it, just beautifull!!!

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