Namibia Restaurants

You won't find much truly Namibian food (although local venison, seafood, and Namibian oysters are superb); the cuisine is mainly European, often German, though international variety and standards increasingly are found in the larger towns. Lodges usually serve good homestyle cooking—pies, pastries, fresh vegetables, lots of red meat, mouthwatering desserts, and the traditional braai (barbecue). Because of its past as a German colony, Namibia is known for its lager. South African wine, which is excellent, is readily available.

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  • 1. Nice

    $$ | Eclectic

    Windhoek's newest and hippest place to wine and dine is the restaurant showcase for the Namibian Institute of Culinary Education. With an emphasis...Read More

  • 2. Café Anton

    $ | Café

    This is a good place to take a break after perusing the curio market around the lighthouse. Sit on the palm-shaded terrace overlooking the lighthouse...Read More

  • 3. Gathemann

    $$ | African

    This Windhoek favorite (whose ex-pat Swiss owner/chef doubles as the Swiss Honorary Consul) blends traditional Germanic dishes with an exciting...Read More

  • 4. The Tug

    $$ | Seafood

    It's all about location at the Tug, which, as its name suggests, is actually an old tugboat that has been raised up and moored next to the jetty...Read More

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