This restaurant has an unbeatable location just inside the entrance to the Victoria Falls National Park in Zimbabwe. My daughter and I had lunch here after visiting the falls. We were very wet from the spray and mist and the restaurant very thoughtfully provides towels and warm blankets for their wet customers! The restaurant is thatched and open to the surroundings with a very pleasant atmosphere and decor. We were capably and courteously served by Angel Tafackwa who was attentive and very pleasant. The food was excellent. I can recommend both the steak the crocodile. The French fries are possibly the best I have ever had. Crisp, thick, hot and subtly salted. All at very reasonable prices by North American or European standards. The most expensive main meal on the lunch menu was $14. Too bad Canadian parks don't have such great restaurants!
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