Most of the items listed on the menu were out of stock. WiFi wasn't working. The food was luke warm and the waitress served us cold water to wash hands. Very disappointing.
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We hosted our delegation of 25 people at this restaurant. Our delegates were from different countries in the continent. We were hoping for a true traditional experience in the Katutura township. There was no background music, the food platters were below average, and the waiters...More
Very nice place to get real traditional food. Menu included goats head, mopane worms, bean soup and even cultural stories and dances. Price was cheap, and it is in an economically deprived area, though great places like this will certainly help. (The owners both grew...More
This restaurant offers the best of Namibian traditional cuisine. I have hosted a number of local and international corporate clients at Xwama and it proved to be a great experience every time. I definitely recommend this eatery.
We just spent a few weeks traveling around Namibia, and this was easily the best meal we ate. Restaurants in the touristy areas of Namibia basically serve European food -- meat and potatoes, with maybe a small Namibian twist. That's delicious, but not all that...More
I love Xwama. The atmosphere is great, i love how the lights don't go so bright.The staff are always friendly sometimes bringing out drinks can take longer than usual. The food is simply delicious. I love the Oshingali and the Ombidi. Love the bread as...More
I like the traditional chicken and traditional spinach. Once you eat their chicken you will keep going back, this is one restaurant in Windhoek I can recommend to tourists. The food is value for money, good security and the service is tops.
This place was recommended to my friend and I every time we asked where we could find local dishes. We went there and were not disappointed, Lovely staff (extremely friendly), and very good food too.
As you enter the cultural village you are warmly greated by friendly staff ..... the service is first class! But be prepared for a different experience ...the food is really authentic no fusion ! No forks or spoons You eat with your hands but a...More