Morogoro is a city with a population of 315,866 (2012 census) in the eastern part of Tanzania, 196 kilometres (122 mi) west of Dar es Salaam, the country's largest city and commercial centre, and 260 kilometres (160 mi) east of Dodoma, the country's capital city. Morogoro is the capital of the Morogoro Region. It is also known informally as "Mji kasoro bahari", which translates as "city short of an ocean/port".
Things to do in Morogoro
3.5 based on 38 reviews
The food was amazing although service was a bit slow. The swimming pool is beautiful, it looked lively and clean. The dessert wasnt all that i remember i had to return it and the waitress refused to refund my money even though the cake was untouched and it looked like plastic. I had to explain myself a couple of times but it was the manager who understood me and was embarrassed
4 based on 28 reviews
There is a gas station on the north side of the Old Morogoro Road between the New Acripole Hotel and the Post Office - on the right hand side of the gast station is a place known to every ex-Pat in Morogoro... Ricky's Cafe! The prices are high, the service is a bit slow and the menu on the chalkboard is replete in bad english offering (like "pimp steak" - really, you can't make this stuff up) -- but dang it sometimes you just need a great milkshake and cheeseburger. The atmosphere is nice for being right next to a gas station - a thatched roof under thick trees - so it is shady and cool. The bathrooms are clean, western and they work (but the locks are a bit wacky - you have to really want or need to go!). The worst part of eating here is, well, the ex-pats. It's a bit weird being somewhere in the middle of Africa where whites outnumber blacks by about 10 to 1. The place caters to westerners and it's the only place in Morogoro that does. When you need a mental health break, head to Ricky's Cafe.
When here several times over several days seems like it is a hub to the Americans. Maybe because of the good food and cool atmosphere. I did because of the ice coffees
The prices are comfortable and services are far better than other places here. Not to far off the main drag either.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
If you like eating curry outside this is the place for you. Decent curry, cold beer after a hot day. Just hope it doesn't rain as there's no shelter! Take a brolly with you if there's any chance of rain and enjoy the novelty, it's Africa after all!
3.5 based on 28 reviews
I enjoy listening to Gordo Ramsey scream about sticky risotto,nasty ,wet risotto on his cooking shows ,so when I was sitting in this overstuffed homage to, Out of Africa, called, The Acropol Hotel, the last thing I would have ordered was,,,, mushroom risotto. Thank heavens my associate from Capetown , said, I hear the vegan food here is really, to die for. I am going to have risotto and salad ,,,and you? I had a burger with homecured maple bacon, pomme frites, coleslaw with cinnamon apple vinegar dressing. and real filtered coffee.The best meal so far in Morogoro , the best risotto ever. not an owner and dog in sight, cause I asked.!!!
4 based on 24 reviews
we were 4 which ordered pilau and some fish and goat meat, the dish was delicious
the amount of was overwhelming, we ordered 3 pilau for 3 people, one could properly have done the job but was not given this information
the waiting time was almost 45 min which was a bit too long when they additionally said it only will take 15 min
the place as such is looking good is clean and have air condition
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Barbeque dinners are average quality,prices are high. Very nice variety for Lunch and price is reasonable.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
A colourful cafe in the center of the town, offering different types of cuisines, drinks, varieties of freshly made coffee and ice creams with ample space to sit.
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