Food in Central African Republic
Bangui offers a broad range of cuisines, including Chinese, Lebanese, French, and indigenous fare. Food at restaurants owned by foreigners is extremely costly, with prices ranging from $10 to $20 US per dish (or more). Local cuisine, on the other hand, may be costly depending on the restaurant and its region. There are many French bakeries in Bangui’s central area, with reasonable pricing for baked products and meals. Food in supermarkets is extremely costly, although cheaper food may be found in local markets and from street vendors.
Drinks in Central African Republic
Local beer (“33”, Mocaf, Crystal) and soft drinks (MOCAF is a prominent manufacturer) are priced comparable to those found in Europe and the United States. Wine is accessible at certain French wine stores, although it may be very pricey. Palm wine is widely available. Water is manufactured in Cameroon and the Central African Republic and is available in all local stores. Coca-Cola and Fanta are among the imported beverages offered.