The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show is a legendary dining experience that offers an unforgettable fusion of mouth-watering local cuisine!
Once seated you are invited to take part in a hand washing ceremony and to taste the local brew, before beginning your four-course dinner, which has something for everyone.
Your four-course dinner begins with a shared starter platter featuring mouth-watering specialities such as skewered peppered impala, smoked crocodile tail and corn ciabatta and “indumba” bean fritters.
Make your way to the campfire for the chef’s freshly made soup of the day served with croutons and homemade bread, as well as a selection of vegetarian dishes, such as vegetable stir-fry, homemade garlic bread and roast potato wedges. There is also a salad bar, featuring a variety of different offerings made from local organic produce, including sweet potato, legumes, nuts and seeds, complimented by greens, dressings and assorted breads.
The Main Course
Indulge in a feast featuring a braai (barbeque) buffet including a selection of game meats, beef, borewors, marinated chicken, and our spit roast of the day, served with peanut butter rice or sadza (a thick maize-meal porridge which is the local staple diet) with a variety of sauces. You may also tempt your taste buds with one of our traditional hunter’s stews or try our fish – Zambezi bream and kapenta (freshwater sardine). Halaal diners are also catered for. The adventurous may wish to try a local delicacy, a sautéed mopane worm, for which you will get a certificate as proof.
Round off the feast with something sweet at the dessert bar which has a selection of treats, including malva pudding, koeksisters, chocolate mousse, fruit skewers, creme caramel, chocolate eclairs and apple crumble.