good retaurant with good food. really like the warm wine being proposed during winter time.. nice ambience during evenings with the place almost packed
The food in Madagascar is....good. The French spin on it can be a bit much. This restaurant gave just the right angle of both. It was very hip and cool ambiance, but not in a hoity toity way. The wine comes in a carafe that seems never-ending. They said make room for the fondue... but we couldn't.... everything was too... More
Great price for a fusion of French and Malgache cuisine with high quality local products. Tough to get a table so book up early
As I said, if you don't feel like going out, you may still consider Sakamanga or Blue Cat in Malagasy. You do feel like at home... This restaurant belongs to the hotel, so you don't have to worry they they are not open when you come. Every time we went there, it was crowded. One would recognize some guests as... More
Sakamanga is an experience ! You need to take your time , stroll in the museum and watch old , some even antique Malgash items . Ask to visit one of the unique hotel rooms Sakamanga can offer . The menu is rich and interesting , flow with the stream and taste the warm wine as an appetizer,' try to... More
Had dinner with friends at the restaurant and we were happily surprised. I had foie gras as starter and it was delicious, it melted on my tongue. The mixed kebab was also great and the brownie with coco icecream too. They serve Lavazza coffee, so that made me happy too! Certainly go to this restaurant.
Usually go there for midday self service, and it's really nice for the price...almost all courses are there! However, beverages are quite expensive. But a nice place i would recommand ..
We ate here four times during our 2 different stays at the hotel here. Great food and service. Very crowded, good to make reservations.
Had a quick mid-afternoon bite to eat here of camembert pizza! It was delicious. The service wasnt great but it could have been because of it being in between the lunch and dinner crowds. This place is like going into a museum! There are so many artifacts and the building itself is an interesting maze of corridors, rooms, going indoors... More
we ate here 2 times while staying at the Hotel. everything is delicious and the staff was friendly and spoke excellent english.
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