Paul's Coffee Shop with his good Belgium french fries is no longer! Another restaurant has taken over. Have not had a chance to try it out.
You get touched from the moment you walk into Pauls,as they have disabled team members and some use sign language to communicate with guests.I had the best pea soup in the world.and you can also get daily newspapers while you wait for your lunch.Big up to the concept
They were very timing and not the friendliest I have ever come across. If that improves it surely will be a great place.
Many of the staff working at Paul's Place have some type of handicap. I love that there is a restaurant that helps train and give people jobs who normally are dismissed by society in Namibia. The food is also excellent here as is the art on the walls.
I have been to Pauls a few times over the past 6 months or so, the food is always good and great value. The service is better than most established well frequented establihments. What I like about Pauls is that they are friendly, helpful not rushed in turning tables. The kitchen is exsposed to the patrons, so you can see... More
If you are looking for great food of an international standard this is your best bet in Windhoek! Unbelievable Tapas in the evening, and great chilled lunches as well as an excellent art gallery next door and the Namibian craft center right across from it where Namibian artists and fashion designers show what they can do!
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