A Good african restaurang. Very busy so make a reservation. Long Street is not a very Nice Street. Hold on to your things.
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Every time my wife and I visit Cape Town we have to have to have the fantastic Bobotie and Malva Pudding at Mama Africa. The reason this visit didn't earn the traditional 5 stars is because I had to do a lot of cajoling to...More
Great restaurant amazing food lovely entertainment Good prices Unusual food on menu but normal items as well
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Mama Africa's. The restaurant has beautiful decor. The wait staff was incredibly friendly and helpful, making great recommendations. The food was absolutely delicious--I had the crocodile as an appetizer, and the Zimbabwean Dovi as my meal. I absolutely loved...More
I had the mixed game meat grill which was nothing out of the extraordinary. My brother had prawns which was also mediocre. But the cocktail particularly chocolate margarita was delicious. They had a good atmosphere and nice live music.
Food was very good and the atmosphere was fun with the live band. It was just bit hard to have any conversation because they played so loud.
I visited Mama Africa on a weeknight. I arrived just when they opened at 6:30 pm and the restaurant was EMPTY...seats galore. I asked to be seated and was advised they had no tables. All seats were taken via reservations, and I had no reservation....More
We booked a table at Mama Africa because it seemed to offer an authentic African experience. When we arrived on time but no tables were free so we were asked to go to the bar and wait there. We ordered a couple of cocktails. We...More
I wouldn’t say this is the best of, but food was ok. The place itself is nice, the waitress was extremely kind. The food was good, we tried the wild game mix and it was the first time I had most of those meats. You...More
I’ll start with the good- the food was good and fair priced. Drinks were mediocre. Waiter was fine. We came mainly for the music- we were in the entrance room and all you could hear was noise. At first there was very loud guitar players...More