An institution in Windhoek, this is one of those restaurants that has become a tourist 'must do' in its own right. The decor might be the definition of quirky. Agricultural paraphernalia, hunting trophies, old drinks bottles and advertisements . . . even an old Mini on a roof . . . all cluttered together on every wall and ceiling. It is huge with inside and outside areas going off in all directions. It's great fun. Service was willing and friendly. There's a wide menu with lots of game meat as well as more usual dishes. We found the food good but, strangely for a restaurant, that's almost beside the point! Booking seems essential at all times.
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