Eat at Mami Wata (great pizzas in the afternoon, enjoy the Kinshasa view over the Congo river) or Nenuphar (great steaks). For Muslims there are very few places to go out for eating like La Mandarine, one of the Lebanese Restaurants in the city. On the Avenue Foch are few restaurants and cafes where you can get dinner, snack, caffe. But at all the Lebanese restaurants one can find Halal food. There are several great restaurants in Brazzaville. Any taxi driver can take you to one of these nicer places (5000 - 15000 CFA). Most places are closed on Sundays. Expect beers to be overpriced here (1000 to 2000 CFA). Le Jardin (French) soft bread, lovely t-bone, great outdoor ambiance, sometimes live music first class place Etoiles de Jade (Moroccan: great tagine, vegetarian dishes, sometimes they don't have everything on the menu) Mami Wata (Continental) right on the Congo River, $30 Sunday night buffet, pizza, seafood, pasta, and salad. Chef David (There are several in town. This is the best pizza in town, and the best one is near City Center.) They also do carry-out. L'orchidee (french) is one block up from the roudabout in front of the Ministry of Finance. Great lobster. La Mandarine (Lebanese: ice cream! the best patisserie in town. also a great brunch place) Noura I and II (Lebanese) Hotel de Ville are. Known for chicken shwarma. Hippocampe (Vietnamese: weekend buffet, fabulous spring rolls, great staff, great seating area, expat hang-out) Hassan Burger (Lebanese) Hotel de Ville Area Between FESPAM headquarters and Belgian Embassy. Phone: 81 2334 or 666 2004. Les Bougainvillers Av. de l'amitie Centre Ville Pizzeria Royale aka River Bar on the corniche next ot the Brazza Mausoleum. Good pizza, cheap drinks, great view of the Congo river. Le Renouveau located at the corner across from the roundabout at Pharmacie Mavre. Serves local, fast food and some grilled dishes. Has a well stocked small bar inside. La Pyramide (Lebanese) located about 6 blocks west of Park N Shop. Wonderful tabouli! Le Bambino (Congolese and French) close to Exotic Palace. Pizzeria Centrale across from Le Renouveau, close to the roudabout at Pharmacie Mavre. Serves grilled dishes as well. Make sure to go a bit late (after 20:00) or be prepared to wait a while for the pizza. L'Sympathique (French) Down the street from Pharmacie Mavre. Good value, lunch and dinner. Le Missala (fine dining) located at the Olympic Palace. Italian cef presents a cotinental menu with flare. Expensive, elaborate, excellent. Street food is mostly limited to beignets and manioc in centre ville. Egg sandwiches, and avocado and salami sandwiches are found at random. At night there is meat on a stick.
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