The food, the room and the service all contribute to making dining in the Livingstone room a unique experience. Only the shortage of wines was a negative.
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We had a group dinner here on our last night at the hotel. The room was extremely elegant, white tablecloth, chandeliers, although felt more like a banquet room than a restaurant. We preordered off a set menu so not sure if there was also an...More
Dining at the Livingston room is quite a unique experience. The restaurant is located in an old fashion, colonial hotel with a magnificent view on the bridge over the Victoria Falls. The dining room is elegant and the service wonderful. We tried crocodile and Oryx,...More
after having visited the Victoria falls we opted for some gin & tonics on the veranda of the Victoria Falls hotel, it is Zimbabwe's grandest and oldest luxury hotel . It's really a wonderful experience, just enjoy the view, the drinks (we also had some...More
Fine dining in Africa in a setting from a bygone era with up to the minute menu. Not open on a Sunday and dress code is smart casual i.e no shorts and sandals / sneakers. A lovely meal assisted by well trained staff. The crepe...More
Classic old school fine dining experience in Africa. Trophy heads, spears and rifles on the walls. Absolutely beautiful food and well priced. We went the degustation menu which was superb. Service was first class with a big thank you to both Simba and Marshal for...More
We ate one night in the Livingston Room, the 'fine dining venue' for the Victoria Falls Hotel. There is a dress code noted on their web site for this restaurant which says 'no tennis shoes' so I brought another pair of shoes in my luggage...More
We had the 7 course degustation at US$45 per person. We wanted matching wines but some of them were unavailable so we stuck to individual glasses. I was glad the sommelier was honest instead of trying to flog us wines. Marco was our waiter. The...More
We had a wonderful stay over at at this hotel, A package trip, we traveled from Johannesburg on the Rovos rail.and stayed over for a night. A beautiful setting coupled with a true african colonial experience.