Mami Wata (amazing pizzas in the afternoon, fantastic view of Kinshasa and the Congo river) or Nenuphar (great steaks). There are relatively few dining options for Muslims in the city, such as La Mandarine, one of the city’s Lebanese restaurants. There are a few restaurants and cafés on Avenue Foch where you may grab supper, a snack, or a cup of coffee. However, Halal cuisine is available at all Lebanese eateries.
Brazzaville is home to some excellent eateries. Any taxi driver may transport you to one of these more pleasant locations (5000-15000 CFA). The majority of establishments are closed on Sundays. Expect to pay a premium for beer here (1000 to 2000 CFA).
- Le Jardin (French) offers soft bread, delectable t-bones, an inviting outside atmosphere, and sometimes live music. This is a first-rate establishment.
- Etoiles de Jade (Moroccan: excellent tagine, vegetarian options, not always everything on the menu)
- Mami Wata (Continental) is located directly on the Congo River and offers a $30 Sunday night buffet that includes pizza, fish, spaghetti, and salad.
- Chef David (There are a number in town.) This is the greatest pizza in town, and it is conveniently located near City Center.) They also provide take-out.
- L’orchidee (French) is located one block north of the roudabout in front of the Finance Ministry. Excellent lobster.
- La Mandarine (Lebanese: gelato! the town’s greatest patisserie. Additionally, a fantastic brunch spot)
- Noura I and II (Lebanese) Hotel de Ville are located there. The restaurant is well-known for its chicken shwarma.
- Hassan Burger (Lebanese), Avenue E.P. Lumumba, Hotel de Ville District. Between the offices of FESPAM and the Belgian Embassy. Phone: 81 2334 or 666 2004.
- Les Bougainvillers Av. de l’amitie Centre Ville
- Pizzeria Royale aka River Bar, is located on the corniche next to the Brazza Mausoleum. Excellent pizza, reasonable beverages, and a spectacular view of the Congo river.
- Le Renouveau is situated on the corner of Pharmacie Mavre, just across from the roundabout. Serves regional quick food and grilled specialties. Inside, there is a well-stocked little bar.
- La Pyramide (Lebanese) is a restaurant situated around six blocks west of Park N Shop. Tabouli is fantastic!
- Le Bambino (Congolese and French cuisine) is located next to Exotic Palace.
- Pizzeria Centrale is located across from Le Renouveau and adjacent to the Pharmacie Mavre roundabout. Additionally, it serves grilled food. Make sure to arrive a little late (after 20:00) otherwise you may have to wait a little while for your pizza.
- L’Sympathique (French) Opposite Pharmacie Mavre. Lunch and supper are both reasonably priced.
- Le Missala is a fine dining establishment situated in the Olympic Palace. Italian cef serves a cosmopolitan cuisine with panache. Expensive, ornate, and outstanding.
In the downtown area, street food is mostly restricted to beignets and manioc. At random, egg sandwiches and avocado and salami sandwiches are discovered. At night, meat on a stick is served.