The Cafe de la Gare is an interesting and busy place popular with the ex-pat community and with weary tourists. As its name suggests it is located in the railway station. It is a bar, a cafe, a restaurant and a heritage building rolled up into one athmospheric experience. It has a cosmopolitan, slightly decadent 'left bank' feel to it. Visited it twice during my stay in Tana....for dinner and for lunch. In the evening there is a 'pub' scene...noisy and crowded...not everyone's cup of tea. Lunch was more genteel. I liked the place. While high on ambiance the food served was average which is the rating I am giving.
Be sure to visit the toilets. They are located in an old rail carriage.
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