Zambezi House

The NEW all-time eating house and favourite hang-out emulates the vibrant cultures of African markets and social scenes, whilst showing off the modern trends of “cafe life styles” found in the modern and thriving metropolises of African cities.

Fast Facts – Type African, 150 Seats, spoken language is English. Ambiance: Child Friendly, Meal with a View. Cousin: Other. Facilities: Accept Credit Cards, Bar, Licensed, Live Entertainment, Smoking Section. Operating Hours: Sun 09:00 AM – 10:00 AM and Tue – Sat 09:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Why Zambezi House?

The epic setting attracts those traveling and wishing to enjoy a mouth-watering meal in the company of a well-balanced mix of locals and fellow travellers from different corners of the world. Whilst some enjoy the ambience of the Zambezi River flowing past and use it as a day’s office, other’s will meet at the Lemington’s Bar for cocktails or a local beverage at sunset. Families frequent its green lawns and enjoy wood-fired pizza as picnics in the outdoor spaces where the weather is mostly balmy, surrounded by local wildlife such as hippos and warthogs. Select evenings will have live entertainment by a DJ, local and regional artists.

Zambezi House is more than a restaurant and bar, it’s a place to create and share memories, it’s a destination in its own right and an icon in the town of Victoria Falls. Its other facilities cater for board meetings, private functions and events which include weddings, conferences and team building outings

Accept Credit CardsBarLicensedLive EntertainmentSmoking Section

The Food & Decor

Warthogs graze on the lawns where tables and chairs are set up for plates of peri-peri rotisserie chicken and wood-fired pizzas topped with artichokes and olives. In the courtyard, a wooden deck wraps around trees strung with fairy lights and baskets overflow with jungly plants. Inside are pink velvet sofas, black-and-white photography by David Ballam and curious African artefacts, while upstairs in the shipping-container bar there’s craft beer and South African Chenin Blanc. And from here there are views of elephants feeding on the opposite bank and sounds of African fish eagles and grunting hippos. This is the best place to eavesdrop on where to go and what to do in town.

Are you ready to start planning your Zambezi House Experience?

To create an itinerary just for you based on your travel wishes, get in touch with one of our Africa Safaris Specialists.

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