Discover Restaurants offering the best Indian food in Fajara, Banjul Division, Gambia. Fajara is a coastal suburb of Bakau in the Gambia.
4 based on 22 reviews
The food is nice enough but the service was so, so. We had 4-5 different servers on our table resulting in noone knowing what we had ordered and them serving us starters we did not order and they looked very puzzeled when we said it was not ours. The mango lassie was good but the naan bread a bit burnt. Otherwise the food was quite tasty.
4 based on 99 reviews
Authentic Indian and Global food
Indian mango restaurant is epitome of taste in for Indian food in Gambia. It's located in party spot Senegambia. Food is awesome and people are the best !They serve food with smile.This restaurant serves customized Indian food and if you want alcoholic drinks then trust me they have all drinks of highest quality .Do visit the restaurant if you are Indian and want homely food in Gambia.
4 based on 26 reviews
We were planning on going to The Clay Oven and I thought it was down this road, it wasn't. I couldn't be bothered to find it and as I had the idea of having an Indian meal in my head we decided to give Koko Curry a try.Well I am very pleased we found this gem. The food was excellent. The service was excellent. Great choice of food, we had a hard job choosing as it all looked good, we went for 3 mains and 1 rice to share, it was plenty of food for the 2 of us. All 3 dishes were so different and perfectly spiced. We have travelled to India many times and this food was just as good. The owner is from South India and he certainly delivers on taste.On arrival we had some crispy things put on our table with some dips, I asked what they were and if they had wheat in, they did so I said we didn't eat wheat, the waiter said no problem let me get you something else, so he brought back some popadoms. Really nice of him to swap them as they were complimentary.We will definitely be returning on out next trip to TG.
4 based on 176 reviews
Here you will find African, Chinese and Indian food, however we were in Gambia so we took Gambian traditional dishes. Both our Domoda and Yassa dishes were good, (from here, Domoda became my favorite Gambian dish) the waiters were very kind and patient (we came here very late, sorry guys!) and they helped us to choose these dishes.The restaurant has a nice atmosphere and was located very close to our hotel, and it is not too expensive.
4 based on 160 reviews
The Vineyard Multicuisine has transformed itself with a refreshing Menu, elegantly dressed staff, ever improving management, fresh decor.. Our large lounge style breezy yet comfortable terrace with the best of Cuisines from Indian Tandoor, Chinese while r
Sadly we only heard about this restaurant 2 days before returning home, or we would have visited more often.We ate here on our last 2 evenings in The Gambia and it was definitely the best food we had during the whole of our 2 week holiday.The restaurant is situated above a supermarket and is accessed by a curved staircase. The layout is very spacious and airy. We were made to feel very welcome by the serving staff and greeted by members of the Management including 'Sunny'There is an extensive menu including Indian, Italian, Tex-Mex, Chinese, Gambian and English style Fish & Chips.They also offer a very extensive range of wines, spirits, cocktails at very reasonable prices.On our 2 visits, I had Prawn Madras on both nights and I can honestly say that they were the best curries I've had in a very long time, certainly the best I have had in The Gambia. My wife had Lasagne on the first night and Fish & Chips on the second evening both of which were extremely good with huge portions.All the food was very high quality, piping hot and served with a smile.If we ever returned to The Gambia, this would be our number 1 go to restaurant.Sincere thanks to the Management and staff for looking after us!!Dear AndrzejPThank you for that extremely encouraging review.We too certainly wish you had a longer holiday and will look forward to your future holidays to The Gambia.Warm RegardsThe Vineyard Team
4 based on 232 reviews
We first visited this restaurant way back in February, 2012 when it was then known as VJ's. Prior to our second visit in 2013 the restaurant was refurbished and extended and re-named Tandoor. We have been patrons ever since.Reviewing restaurants in Gambia is not straight-forward by any means. You can dine out one night and the food and service deservedly warrants an excellent review. You can return to the same restaurant the very next day, order exactly the same meal, only to find it disappointing and the service so slow it spoils the dining experience.The Tandoor is the one exception. My wife and I have been to Kotu seven times now in the past eight years. The food and service at Tandoor has ALWAYS been excellent.The Julbrew is cheap at 65 dalassi and you are served with a complimentary poppadom and pickles.The food is relatively inexpensive and more importantly the dishes are consistent, not the norm in The Gambia I can assure you!I see that once again Tandoor is ranked as the number 1 restaurant in Kotu on TripAdvisor. Personally I wouldn't argue with that. Highly recommended!
4 based on 222 reviews
The Clay Oven has been open for 24 years, established in 1991 by Vimal Shah. The restaurant has two menu's, a well established Indian menu and a recently well tried Chinese menu. The Clay Oven takes pride in quality and excellence. There is a large dining
Once again, we dined at the Clay Oven on sizzler night (Tuesday) and it was, as always in our opinion, delicious. We were staying at Kololi but we always think it is well worth a taxi trip to eat here, negotiate a good price for your taxi before setting off and pay on your return.The Clay Oven is beautifully decorated and spotlessly clean. The owner is always there overseeing what is going on and ensures your dining experience is perfect. On sizzler night, all your food is brought freshly cooked to your table, donât fill up too much on the starters as the mains come in big portions and keep coming freshly cooked on a hot sizzling plater. For starters you are brought a selection of bhajis and pakoras, they appear different to what you are used to and are different to the A la Carte ones but they are very tasty. For your mains you are served with chicken, lamb, prawns, fish and vegetarian, we personally donât like lamb and arenât bothered about vegetarian so just ask for anything you donât want not to be served. As you finish the mains, the owner comes and asks what else you would like bringing. The chicken, prawns and fish are absolutely delicious. You also get a hot sauce, a buttery sauce, naan bread and rice.We would highly recommend this restaurant for excellent food, service and itâs beautiful setting. We have also visited this restaurant and ordered off the a la carte menu and all dishes were excellent, you can order from the a la carte menu on sizzler night too if you so wish.
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