This restaurant has the best views in town, with Ambositra rising above the rice paddies; sadly the quality of the food is no match for the panorama. Pizzas are your best option. The restaurant often puts on traditi…
At the western edge of town is a Benedictine monastery, where the nuns sell delicious cheese, honey, jam and postcards. The church warrants a look if it's open; there is singing every day between 11.50am and noon.
This place near the southern taxi-brousse station has an inexpensive and tasty menu with lots of veggie and Chinese options, and a popular outside terrace.
This unpretentious local favourite is popular for both its decor (it doubles up as a woodcarving shop), and the huge portions of cheap Madagascan food.
Ambositra's cathedral, at the heart of the old town.