Our evening started with beautiful singing from African singers. This made us decide to dine at Karibu. First off we thought their prices were a bit heavy, but decided to give it a go. For starters we had the Calamari and the Snoek pate. Both were not bad, but didn't rock my world.
For mains we decided to go with what they called Devil's Peak, a combination of sausage, fillet and chops, and the Giant Venison Skewer. The chops were over cooked, the fillet was dry and the sausage was terrible. The Venison skewer had a terrible creamy sauce over it, which we found out to be Amarula. Didn't work as a combination.
After the mains we opted to rather just have coffee and skip the desserts. Service was average and the overall experience didn't impress me like other options in the V&A Waterfront.
Would I go back, probably not.
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