The Boma is more than a place of eating- Its a whole experience. From the moment patrons arrive you know this is going to be an exciting entertaining night.
You are met at the entrance and draped or wrapped in authentic African cloths and if you agree your face would later be painted (on the cheek) with some African design.
Dancers dressed in loin cloths etc are swaying and stomping to drums as you arrive
The lighting is alluring ,the food is laid out buffet style around a cauldron upon which the meat is being roasted. The crockery is rustic and traditional .
The atmosphere is really festive and after dinner drums are distributed to all the patrons who then follow a lead drummer as one section of the crowd competes with another for quick mastery of the drums.
The food is generally tasty but even if it was not the floor show , the atmosphere, beckons one for a real taste of Africa.
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