Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Coordinates: 2°52′48″S 23°39′22″E / 2.88°S 23.656°E / -2.88; 23.656
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4 based on 45 reviews
Last night, I went to the Majestic River restaurant with my girlfriend. Yes, you read well, "last night", the 11th November 2018: the Majestic River is open once again! It's a wonderful news because the Majestic River is not only one of the best restaurants of Kinshasa, it's also on a boat and offers a breathtaking view of the Congo River and of Brazzaville, the nearby capital. The view was exhilarating, the food was excellent and the staff was great. What is more, it wasn't as expensive as I had imagined. On the contrary, we paid only $63 for two, with four drinks. With such a view, on a boat, how can you beat that?
4 based on 31 reviews
We had dinner last night at L'Olive verte. The food was awesome. I had chicken in a lovely coconut sauce, like the one I used to eat in Goa and in Kerala (Southern India) with rice and my friend had a beef lasagna. We both enjoyed our food very much. It's worth the high price, since it is so special for Kinshasa. The drinks are too pricey though. A 250 ml of the most common beer for 5 USD, a basic cocktail for 12 USD,... Is it serious? What we particularly enjoyed was the careful and stylish dÃ©cor. We sat in front of a colorful swimming-pool, backed by an impressive black wall studded with decorative niches. There was an overhanging mango tree and a palm tree in front of the pool as well. The music was pretty good too... It is definitely a place to hang out!Thank you Steeve P for your honest review.We are a fairly new restaurant and we constantly strive to bring the best quality of food and service to all our clients. we will soon be revising our menu and pricing and we hope to be serving you again! thank you again for reviewing our restaurant.
4 based on 18 reviews
There used to be two hotels/restaurants you could go to in Kinshasa: the Memling and the Intercon. The Memling is no longer in a good neighborhood, and the Intercon is under new and unskilled management.So the Hacienda (Belgian owned) is, at $150, an alternative; I got $100 for b and b, at an institutional discount. Restaurant serves pricey but generally good continental cuisine for lunch and dinnerThings to like: acceptable breakfasts, normal continental cuisine for lunch and dinner, clean and modern rooms.The connectivity is slow during the day, but speeds up at night. On cable, I got BBC; most other channels were in French.
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