It's hard to find a good and tasty cupcake in Livingstone and this was no exception. It was bland and tastless. The Caffe latte was okay but had better ones.
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Huge choice of a wide variety of African, Caribbean and international food. Huge portions. Nice setting in outside garden. Friendly staff. Good value.
Tried some of their crocodile bites for starters and was pleasantly surprised. Had the T-bone steak for a main, which was ok. Staff were nice
The service and staff were friendly and took our orders quite efficiently, but our orders were far from the menu description and the food was terrible. Ordered a jerk chicken only to receive bbq chicken. Ordered stacks of pork ribs which were only two ribs...More
Good food, but huge portions. If we had known beforehand, we would have ordered less. Still we did take a doggy bag back to the hotel for lunch the next day at the falls. Try the sampler appetizer as a starter. More than enough for...More
We had dinner here twice and lunch once during our 3 day visit to Livingstone. The food is amazing - especially the local food. At first glance it doesnt look like a lively restaurant, but you have to continue to the back courtyard. Great atmosphere,...More
We waited for 2 hours to receive our lunch which was quite excessive. We were quite disappointed because this place has good reviews. The food was ok.
After walking around for hours in Livingston, I was hungry and thirsty. Nice atmosphere with decent prices and drink, most important shade from the sun. We sat here for a few hours, I had fish cooked in coconut with rice my companion had chicken basket,...More
Looks awful from the front but opens up into a pleasant courtyard at the back so don't be put off. We didn't have high expectations but actually found it to be reasonably decent. Peri peri chicken was a highlight (and usually a safe option in...More
As Canadians doing a day trip to Zambia to fulfill a visa requirement, we were not expecting to be so well taken care of during our few hours in Zambia. After a long, hot day wandering around, we found ourselves at Cafe Zambezi for a...More