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Excellent experience for both a casual work lunch, the tables outside are comfortable and allow to talk in peace and a birthday party. The food is simple but very nice and gives the chance to try the Shona cuisine in a very pleasant environment.
The food was excellent and so was the service. The variety of traditional meals available is so much to the extent you at some point feel like a child in a candy store. I ended up settling for a three in one plate and so...More
Went to have lunch to taste the best local food in nice setting. Ordered half chicken with Sandza, T-bone steak and Whole Kariba Bream. Great taste with good service in outdoor tent with bar-b-q wooden bench. We enjoyed Sadza for the first time, and it...More
This has become my relief from my bimonthly traditional food craving! It’s a great place to bring international visiting friends to taste traditional food and the music ( especially the live jazz band) always gets us bobbing our heads as we eat. The service is...More
I went there for lunch on Sunday and there was a live band singing. The waitress said considering it’s a new band, they are doing quite well. It’s a big portion of oxtail for me but it’s obvious a good place to chill on a...More
So after my not do pleasant visit at Gavas a year ago i decided to give them a try this weekend and i was impressed.Welldone Gavas u have outdone yourself.The food was amazing,hot and the stuff was pleasant and helpful as compared to my last...More
I frequently have lunch with my friends or girlfriend at Gava, at least 8 times this year alone. They are quite good on local traditional food especially their Mutongigava menu.
However, they tend to be overwhelmed during weekends. On three occassions we failed to get...More
If you want traditional food, then this is the place to go. Such a great variety of traditional Zimbabwean foods. Service was good, they had heaters indoors to keep it warm in the winter, and the food was good. If you are a tourist, you...More