My husband and I were visiting our daughter and her family, who live in Tanzania and head up a non-profit organization to support a local orphanage, for the month of January. Rivertrees is my daughter's favorite restaurant, and we could easily see why she and many of her local friends enjoy many meals there in the shaded, cool garden. The food, as said before in many of these reviews, is very good but Western -- though I enjoyed a Tanzanian vegetable curry that was a special there one night. The most appealing thing about this restaurant is its relaxing setting and friendly service. One thing many people do not know, however, is that Rivertrees is also very active in helping the local community, training young people from the community for careers in tourism and catering. In addition, they have been very supportive of my daughter's NGO, and even donated a free weekend to the organization's online auction. Not only is RIvertrees a wonderful hotel and restaurant, but its staff and owners also make a tangible contribution to the welfare of the communities in the Usa River area.
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