Reviews on Pub food in Dar es Salaam, Dar Es Salaam Region, Tanzania. Nestled along a natural harbor on the Indian Ocean, Dar es Salaam is a multicultural city, home to African Tanzanians, Arabic and South Asian communities, British and German expatriates, Catholics, Lutherans and Muslims. This diversity in people is reflected in the culture: the city boasts international cuisine ranging from traditional Tanzanian barbecue and Zanzibari food to Thai, Chinese and American restaurants. Its vibrant music scene has witnessed a rise in Bongo Flava, a form of hip hop.
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4 based on 11 reviews
nowadays the "south beach" where Kipepeo is located is more and more difficult to rerach. endless queues at the ferry terminals and lots of "go-slows" on the Mbagala road, in addition more and more people dcide to live in the Kigamboni area. Besides that Kipepeo Beach is still an excellent place to relax although it it now fenced in by a long and high wall :-(
4 based on 16 reviews
Situated at the door step of Masaki, along the Haile Selassie Road, Elements Restaurant & Lounge is the go to place- be it for lunch, a business meeting, after work unwinding, dinner, or a full on night with your friends and colleagues. The restaurant's d
It was a Thursday night and we arrived at around 22h00. The place was packed with an amazing vibe. Despite being full service was good and we ordered drinks by the bottle and it arrived with sparklers. Quite an impression. The Shawarmas ranked with some of the best I have had. A most enjoyable evening.
4 based on 16 reviews
This is a very nice bar with both outside seating overlooking the bay and the sea and inside seating. The bar is essentially the width of the Hyatt Regency hotel so there is plenty of space. At night, the outside bar has a great view of the harbor area and it usually is breezy so even if itâs warm, the breeze is great. The staff are very friendly and helpful. They have some bar food in addition to normal bar service.
4 based on 13 reviews
The Bar in Dar. Ocean Tapas Bar at the Slipway. Enjoy the best cocktails in town directly on the Indian Ocean. Every day Happy Hour at the Sunset with our drinks and aperitivo platter. Ocean Tapas, Panini, sandwiches, healthy salads and table shares, at a
This place was recommended to me by my bestfriend and I loved the coziness of the place, I absolutely loved their chicken sandwich and their juices are divine. Overall it was a great place to spend time with friends or family and engage in conversations and overall just have a good time.
4 based on 151 reviews
The day after my arrival in Dar, this was the first restaurant I visited. Man, what a fantastic panoramic view! The restaurant is a comfortable, relaxed space situated on a rooftop. Great views and photo opportunities allow the capture of nearby neighborhoods and the ocean at a distance. The menu included steaks and seafood. However, we opted for a lunch of tapas and cocktails which were delicious. I also enjoyed my very first Kilimanjaro beer. I highly recommend this restaurant as a great stop in Das Es Salaam.
4 based on 112 reviews
In 2014 Henry and Eddie a Brit and a Kiwi respectively opened up The Slow Leopard. With a gourmet fast casual burger menu based on fresh and local ingredients they have been cooking up a storm. With an active bar showing all the big sporting events on the
Nice place to have a tasty burger (best in Dar), a cold beer and watch sports - especially rugby in good company. All at a reasonable price. Unofficial clubhouse of the Dar Leopards rugby team, this is a good place to check out the Dar rugby scene. They also do live music nights with local artists.
4 based on 205 reviews
The restaurant is nice and has a nice and cool atmoshere with good music. The food has been disappointing however. We asked for lamb chops and have even been asked if we would like them ',medium'. So, you would expect a good quality. The reality was poor. The meat was chewy and there were more bones than meat. What a disappointment. In addition the price was excessive compared to the quality of the meat.
4 based on 230 reviews
Samaki Samaki âFish & Moreâ¦â is a chain of seafood restaurants established since 2007 with three branches located at Mlimani City, City Center Diamond Plaza and Masaki Dar-es-salaam (+ Arusha & Mwanza opening soon). We are specialized in serving sea food
The experience at Samaki Samaki was extraordinary,waitresses were on time to serve i couldn't ask for more.I loved the BUSTANI salad it was very tasty.I recommend you to stop by when you are in Dar Es Salaam/Mlimani City shopping mall,they have an amazing menu for cheap prices as well.
4 based on 136 reviews
I'm not usually a huge fan of tapas bars, so Veranda was a nice surprise. The portions were actually much bigger than I was expecting--so bring an appetite and plenty of friends--and the atmosphere was lovely but also chill (read: not snooty, as some tapas bars can be). The food itself was delicious, with quite a big variety of both seafood and veg dishes, and the service was fine, no complaints there. Would go here again, and would recommend it to others.
4 based on 847 reviews
For more than 15 years the Karambezi Cafe has been serving the East African coast with fine seafood and continental dishes. Travel to Dar es Salaam and one of our thousands of friends will say "You have to go to the Karambezi". Our restaurant evolves and
I truly enjoyed the enthusiastic and well-trained waiters at this CafÃ©. The snack and coffee we had was great, and the Chocolate volcano was scrumptious.
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