Zambian cuisine is often described as good, wholesome African cooking, and there is no better place to experience this than at the Zambezi Sun’s Theatre of Food. The restaurant caters for a variety of palates with its themed dinners.
The Poolside Grill and Pool Bar offers light lunches and drinks while you soak up the African sun. A live band at the pool bar will entertain you long into the night.
Been There, Eaten That: If you really want to get into the local flavours, then you have to try the Mopani worms as well as chikanda. Chikanda is called the African polony. It is made from a root vegetable and looks a bit like a meatloaf.
What you didn’t know: Zambians do not have a traditional soup. The closest they would come to this is a basic tomato soup.
The Poolside Grill offers light, appetising lunches alongside a vast, sparkling main pool, ensuring you can tantalise your taste buds while you soak up the warm African sun. The Pool Bar is open daily for refreshments, poolside cocktails, pre-dinner drinks or a quiet nightcap before retiring to the comfort of your hotel room.
This relaxed family restaurant is the perfect start and end to your day. Located alongside the main swimming pool, the Theatre of Food serves a delicious breakfast as well as a selection of dinner options according to the following themes:
And live music every evening adds to some festive food fun for the entire family.