great food great atmosphere good music make sure to reserve if no place - ask to sit at the bar careful of local salesman
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Service (at least at the bar) was rude and slow, but the food was delicious (I recommend the crocodile starter, kudu steak and vegetable bake). Music WAS AMAZING! The talent of the people who came and played for us was really incredible. Fun vibe with...More
Highly recommended. Excellent selection of african dishes. There's also a band playing at night, which made our night a fun and great experience. I'm not sure, however, if the band plays every night.
We ate here 20 years ago and absolutely enjoyed the local atmosphere and offerings on the menu. Fast forward 20 years, and it's still just as good.
I dined at Mama Africa on a recent visit to South Africa. I actually spied it from the balcony of a pub across the street, and asked a server at the pub about it, and was given a high recommendation, but advised to reserve. About...More
This is a great place on the popular Long St. I would recommend booking in advance if you want a table. We went twice, and had to sit at a dark bar first time. Not a vast menu, but interesting. The signature dish is the...More
My friends & I were lucky enough to get a table at Mama Africa as we hadn't booked in advance & just walked in. It was so full and luckily we had to just wait for few mins to get a table. An amazing ambiance...More
Depends on what you want..... Besides the usual variety of burgers, pizza and seafood cuisine in CT, this is the populist “must-eat” African tourist alternative to add a safari dish under your belt. We arrived without a reservation, hence we were given ordering and eating...More