Enjoy an indulgent dinner infused with Zimbabwean cuisine which is guaranteed to be an experience like no other! The BomaRestaurant is famous for its warthog fillet and local delicious but for the less adventurous there is pork, fish, chicken and beef. There is also a wide range of salads and vegetarian meals too. You’ll be assigned a waiter who’ll look after you during the course of your dinner and show, explaining the various options available to you.
Advance reservations are necessary for The Boma Restaurant.
Upon arrival you’ll be welcomed with a traditional greeting in both Shona and Ndebele, after which you’ll be dressed in a traditional robe called chitenges. Then you’ll be invited to take part in a hand washing ceremony before sampling snacks which can be washed down with chibuku (local beer). Before going in for the main course there is an outside cash bar where you can get a drink and watch African dancers. Once inside The Boma all your senses will come alive with its unique tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa. With Amakwezi traditional dancers, singers, a local story teller, Sangoma (traditional healer) and a drumming extravaganza!
Dress casually in light clothing in the summer months from September to April and in warm clothing during the winter months from May to August.