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Havoc Nightspot

Havoc Nightspot (Haile Selassie Road, Msasani Peninsula, Dar Es Salaam) — located at Renaissance Plaza Hotel in the heart of Msasani Peninsula, Havoc Nighspot is a popular destination for those seeking local nightlife. With spectacular views of the ocean and Dar’s skyline, Havoc offers a wide range of drinks and cocktails. Patrons can dance the […]

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Zuane Restaurant

Zuane Restaurant (Mzingaway Road, Oyster Bay, Dar Es Salaam) — Zuane offers Italian cuisine. This restaurant also has a playground, so it is a particular favorite with families. Here the pizza is served directly from the stone oven, and there’s a huge selection. There’s also a diverse range of antipasti and pasta. And, of course, […]

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Mediterraneo Restaurant

Mediterraneo Restaurant (Kawe Beach, Tuari Road, Dar Es Salaam) — stunning views of the Indian Ocean, palm trees all around and romantic candle light – the atmosphere here is unbeatable. On top of that, delicious Italian and Mediterranean dishes are served – even wood-fired pizza. Definitely recommendable are the seafood dishes like lobster and octopus […]

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Mamboz Masaki

Mamboz Masaki (Nakumat Complex, Haile Selassie Road, Oyster Bay, Dar-es-Salaam) — in the mood for street food, but at a restaurant? Then Mamboz is the right place for you. Here, pullet and meat come straight from the grill, prepared in the real Tanzanian manner. In other words, the meat is seasoned with many local spices. […]

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Karambezi Café

Karambezi Café (Touré Drive, Msasani Peninsula, Dar Es Salaam) — visitors in search of an elegant evening with refined international cuisine will find much to relish at the Karambezi Café (run by the five-star Sea Cliff Hotel). Sitting on the edge of a cliff at the northernmost point of the glamorous Msasani peninsula, it offers […]

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George & Dragon

George & Dragon (Haile Selassie Road, Msasani Peninsula, Dar Es Salaam) — between 1918 and 1963, while Dar stood as the capital of a British protectorate, the Masaki and Oyster Bay areas to the north of the administrative center developed into suburbs. Today, they’re still the districts of choice for European residents, lined with embassies […]

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Épi d’Or Café Bakery & Restaurant

Épi d’Or Café Bakery & Restaurant (520 Haile Selasie Rd, Dar Es Salaam) — in search for some good coffee, good pastry and European taste? Épi d’Or is the place for you. Relax, enjoy the coffee and feel like you’ve landed in France while still being in the middle of Dar Es Salaam. It’s a […]

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Coral Ridge Spur

Coral Ridge Spur (Sea Cliff Village, Touré Drive, Msasani Peninsula, Dar Es Salaam) — in this American-style fast food restaurant chain (which is actually based in the Netherlands), the focus lies on different variations of steaks, ribs and other meat dishes, like burgers and chicken wings. This eatery is ideal for families with children: there’s […]

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Chappan Bhog

Chappan Bhog (Kisutu Street, next to Tanganyika Batteries, Dar Es Salaam) — Tanzania has long been influenced by Indian culture, both as an outpost for spice trading routes and as a part of British East Africa after World War I. Thus, Dar is something of a haven for traditional Indian cuisine, and Chappan Bhog, located […]

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Cape Town Fish Market

Cape Town Fish Market (180 Masani Bay, Msasani Peninsula, Dar Es Salaam) – despite its name, this is not a market but a restaurant, which serves nicely prepared sea food with roots in South African and Japanese cuisine. And as you might guess, the original comes from Cape Town. Make sure to get a table […]