Namibians consume an enormous amount of meat.
- Windhoek’s numerous different restaurants and cafés provide both local and foreign food. Almost everything you desire may be found here.
- Apples, oranges, onions, tomatoes, potatoes, and spinach are among the fruits and vegetables available in Namibia. Peanuts, beans, rice, millet, maize, bread, and pasta are also quite prevalent. Many of these items are imported and therefore very costly, as well as restricted in availability owing to seasonality.
Namibia’s nightclubs are usually busy and open late (pretty much until the last person leaves). They are mainly concentrated in Windhoek, Swakopmund, and Oshakati. There aren’t many bars, but there’s plenty of shebeens and really excellent beer. Windhoek Lager is Namibia’s trademark beer, an easy-drinking filtered lager comparable to many German beers.