We had 11 consecutive awful dreary, grey, grim, guti days in late April here in Harare, which is very unusual.
When I heard that the chef from the “old” Bamboo Inn, in the CBD was cooking at the “new” Bamboo Inn in College Road, New Alexandra Park, my eyebrows flew up!
The Meikles Hotel Grapevine wine tour of The Vumba district continued with supper and a red wine tasting at the homely White Horse Inn, about half-way up the mountain.
Mrs Gil Harrison, who owns the Willow Bean Restaurant/Café at Willowmead Junction in Rolf Valley, is one of Zimbabwe’s consummate caterers and event management specialists.
Back in the days, for one to get a hearty traditional meal, they needed to part with quite a large sum of money.
Restaurants come… and go and some others remain firmly in business, but change professional tack, often considerably and sometimes frequently.
Café Nush Organik’s has operated at Chisipite 10 months, but I made a debut call this week.
For the first time in ages the sun was shining when I drowsily opened the curtains of my cottage at dawn on Wednesday.
I was asked if I’d like to sample the St Valentine’s Day menu at Thorn Tree Lodge, Glen Lorne at supper last Wednesday.
The last time I drove west down Samora Machel Avenue for lunch was to the much-missed and long-lamented Cellar Restaurant.