Can confirm, the food is delicious. I was here twice and had the filet de zebu both times... The first time was so good, I had to order it again.
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We were really surprised by the food at this restaurant. Beautifully presented. Our tour leader took us twice and each time the food was of high standard. The owner is very friendly and speaks English.
Unlike many other reviews, we did not have the best meal of our trip in this place. The restaurant appears to be very organized and the service is very good. We booked ahead one day before as it gets very busy and easily full for...More
By had had a rough morning travelling down the RN 8, which is a very bad road. Our guide took us to the Mad Zebu for lunch. Table beautifully laid, with yellow cloth napkins in silver rings - I ask you? - this is in...More
In case you don't know, Zebu is local breed of cow in Madagascar. You may think twice go eat in a place called Mad Zebu (Cow). But you will not disappoint with the food they offer. We ate there twice, on our way in and...More
Highly recommended, as good as one can get! You would never expect such quality looking from outside, and location is in a small village.
Every tourist group seems to stop here, and Mad Zebu seems to get many, many excellent reviews. I agree that the food is fabulous and if you are passing through Belo, this restaurant is a must stop. What amazes me is that Mad Zebu is...More
Very good place! I like to eat in the "Terasse" with fresh air. It is clean. When you arrive late from the ferry, it is better to book by phone. Most of the time, this is the first choice of drivers especially those from Morondava.
This is food you would never expect in a place like this. Quality and presentation are outstanding and prices are very reasonable if you compare it to a Michelin star restaurant. We went for lunch and paid 45kM for three courses. It was delicious. Make...More
One of the best restaurants we went to in Madagascar. Totally unexpected on the long and dusty road between Morondava and Bekopaka (the gateway to Tsingy). The zebu is outstanding, but they sometimes run out if you are late. Reservations are a good idea for...More