who visit The Gambia will be very well aware that even
their smallest home towns will boast at least fifty
to a hundred eating houses of which perhaps ten will
be of excellent standard.
In the tourist area of The Gambia there are well overr
over 1,000 restaurants and bars offering a variety of
For instance you might try "Memories" (Malay/Thai):
Amir" (Lebanese): "Flamingo" (International):
"Mama’s" (Swiss/African): or "Antonico"
Of course, as in any developing country, some establishments
should be approached with trepidation. But a restaurant
dedicated to bubonic or salmonella tainted food is usually
quite easy to identify.
evening of your visit to The Gambia can be a gastronomic
delight, a sybaritic feast of fascinating dishes of
such novelty and invention, served in pleasant and friendly
surroundings, and staying in the memory long after you
have flown back home, (sun-tanned, and perhaps a few
entry to this plethora of gourmandise, the proprietor
Clay Oven", Vimal, which is probably the best
Indian restaurant in Africa.
He declares that any good meal has three elements: anticipation,
consumption, and remembrance.