Places to eat in Victoria Falls

Eating in the same place each night can be boring. Often we only want something small to eat rather than ploughing our way through yet another buffet. Here are some suggestions for independant eating out in Victoria Falls.

Craft beer comes to Vic Falls!   Zambezi River House Vic Falls   Boma Dinner and Drum Show
Craft beer comes to Vic Falls!   Zambezi House Cafe   Boma dinner and drum show
The River Brewing Company opened in Victoria Falls Town recently. 
The focus is on its own freshly brewed beer but a full range of other beers, wines and spirits also available as well as a simple menu of food options.
  A combination of new age feel and old age charm, the Zambezi House", is found under a group of evergreen Ebony trees on the banks of the Zambezi River between a'Zambezi River Lodge and the entrance gate to the Zambezi National Park. Lovely views over the Zambezi   Not strictly an independant eating experience but it's a great evening out. Expect African style delicacies like crocodile, mopani worms and warthog in addition to steak and chicken and the usual. The after dinner drumming is loads of fun.
     
Pariah State
Dinner Cruise Explorers Village
Pariah State Dinner cruise Explorers Village
Pariah State has created a treehouse feel in the centre of Vic Falls. Free (Fast!) wi-fi, delicious coffees and sublime snacks and meals. Worthy of an early breakfast or late afternoon drinks and dinner. Finish off with a delicious hand crafted ice cream from their gelataria. Cruise the Zambezi River in luxury upstream from the Victoria Falls. This is a very popular cruise on the Zambezi River which combines a sunset cruise with dinner and is the ultimate value for money.

There is excellent food and drinks on offer at the Explorers Village from an international menu as well as a pizza oven.

Good value for money meals and a well rounded range of cocktails to choose from.

In da Belly KFC comes to Vic Falls! Lolas Tapas Bar
In da Belly KFC Lolas Tapas Bar
Situated within the Victoria Falls Rest Camp, in addition to meals, latest offerings include frappés and smoothies. For those visitors who can't do without a familiar snack from home, KFC has come to Vic Falls. Its located across the road from The Kingdom Hotel so it's really hard to miss. Located in the Landela Centre in central Victoria Falls Town. Lolas offers a wide variety of meals and tapas, good cuppacinos and free wifi! Lolas closes at 9pm.
Mama Africa Palm Restaurant at Ilala Lodge Rainforest Café
Mama Africa Palm Restaurant Rainforest Restaurant
Located next to the Landela Centre in central Victoria Falls. African cuisine specialities on offer. Ilala Lodge has become known for its great food. Guests staying at other hotels are welcome to enjoy a meal on the terrace with a view of the Victoria Falls spray. At last a place to eat within the Victoria Falls rainforest. Great for light meals. Closes at 6 p.m.
Stanley’s Terrace The 3 Monkeys The Look Out Café
Stanley's Terrace The 3 Monkeys places to eat in Vic Falls
The Stanley's Terrace at The Victoria Falls Hotel is a brilliant place to enjoy a meal accompanied by a view of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the spray of the FallsHigh Tea is also served each afternoon from 3 pm

The 3 Monkeys is a centrally located restaurant and cocktail bar that can seat up to 100 people. There is a wide selection on the menu to choose from, catering for everyones' palates.

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The Lookout Café, is perched 120m above the turbulent rapids of the Zambezi River, overhanging a giant chasm of the Batoka Gorge, just downriver of the iconic Victoria Falls Bridge, which forms part of it’s spectacular backdrop.
Great food and cocktails. Amazing views
Chicken Inn Africa Café (at Elephants Walk) The Shearwater Cafe
Chicken Inn Africa Cafe Shearwater Cafe
Good for a bite on the run when hunger calls. Chicken Inn is centrally situated in town opposite The Vic Falls Rest Camp. Located at The Elephant Walk Centre in Central Victoria Falls. It's currently only open during the day. Positioned in a central prime spot The Shearwater Cafe offers bit of glam urban chic from which to enjoy local delicacies with an inernational edge (like old favourites Zambezi Bream and aged Zimbabwe steak) as well a selection of snacks, coffees and cocktails
 
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