4 based on 151 reviews
Câest ainsi que quâen octobre 2013 que le premier des restaurants 5 Fourchettes voit le jour Ã Douala, dans le quartier Bonapriso. Le concept reprend est celui d'une alliance de cuisine indienne, les origines du propriÃ©taire, la pizza, son pÃ©chÃ©-mignon, a
I recently spent a week in Douala for a business trip with some colleagues and we decided to give this place a try after reading the positive reviews here. It was located about a fifteen minute walk from our hotel (Starland) and tucked in to a semi-residential part of town off of the main roads. Upon entering the restaurant we were greeted by the owner, a young Indian man from Delhi who seated us immediately. He went over the specials for the day and made recommendations based off of what we told him we like. While they have a wide variety of items on the menu, all five of us picked some type of Indian food to enjoy. Both mutton dishes I had were fantastic, and everyone at the table was very happy with the quality, and quantity of the food. The service was fantastic as well and I highly recommend giving this place a try on your next trip to Douala.
4 based on 165 reviews
Bombay Masala strives to bring a bit of India to Cameroon with authentic Indian and Chinese cuisine from a professional kitchen!
Actually Iâm not big fan of foreign food but this Indian restaurant is amazing .Foods are delicious and definitely I recommend to everyone .Service is good and clean Thankyou Omer for your review. The team at Bombay Masala shall continue to ensure an excellent dining experience every time.
4 based on 58 reviews
Nice to order Indian chicken biryani chicken 65 chicken Manchuria chicken lollipops some Indian chicken dishes Is good but tasty wise average but u feel we eat Indian food much oil price also too high compare too grand restaurants Best part we have order in biryani in 15000 thousand miles after it's really worth it
4 based on 44 reviews
"Mahima Restaurant" is an authentic Indian Cuisine Restaurant where the food from the Indian subcontinent in Asia is primarily characterized by the extensive use of various spices, herbs and other vegetables and sometimes fruits. The subcontinent is as di
Restaurant is located above the Mahima supermarket, with the entrance is the alley, leading to the parking area at the back of the supermarket. The ambience is somewhat cheap and nasty, and I don't really think the restaurant deserves the good ratings received, which is the only reason I visited the place.The food was either bland or very spicy, and does not compare to the Indian cuisine on offer from Bombay Masala, which is far better in terms of decor and quality of food. To be fair though, for the low price of the menu, you should not expect any better.
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