Top 10 Food Places in Amboseli Which are Cheap Yet Tasty

Amboseli National Park is famous for its incredible views of Africa’s crown, Mount Kilimanjaro. It’s a very popular tourist spot and is usually crowded during the peak season.

Unfortunately, this also means that the lodges and restaurants in/around Amboseli are very expensive. If you’re looking for a budget safari, you might want to look for cheaper food places that can provide you with tasty food.

Here are the top 10 food places in Amboseli that are cheap yet tasty:

  1. Amboseli Junction Hotel

Amboseli Junction Hotel is popular among tourists owing to its proximity to the Park and its delicious yet affordable food.

The place also has a swimming pool where you can cool off after having a hot, tiring day. There are also hotel rooms attached so you can stay the night here at reasonable rates.

 

  1. Royal Court Restaurant

A great place for snacks and tea, this restaurant is going to be very light on your pocket. Try their chapati and tea combination! It makes for a delicious and refreshing snack.

 

  1. Club Golden Sports Bar and Grill

If you’re looking for food, drinks and entertainment, this is the place to be! Enjoy delicious local food while jamming with the music.

 

  1. Shanturi Restaurant

Shanturi offers clean rooms, a friendly staff and incredibly delicious food prepared by their chef!

 

  1. AA Lodge Amboseli

AA Lodge offers buffet meals, which are delicious and cheap. You get to eat whatever you want, and however much you want!

 

  1. Manchester Bar and Restaurant

Have a great time eating and enjoying drinks at this wonderful bar and restaurant. It’s also a great place to mingle with the locals.

These are some of the best food places in Amboseli that are popular among tourists and provide cheap yet tasty food. Here are a few other similar places:

  1. Simba Masai Camp
  2. Ambokili Lodge
  3. Osarai Country Lodge
  4. Green Park

 

So, what are you waiting for? Head over to Amboseli National Park and enjoy munching on delicious local food!

If you’re planning on traveling to East Africa, make sure you check out the East Africa Flying Guide.