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Top Choice Fusion in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Chez Madame Chabaud

Small, intimate and oh-so-delicious, Chez Madame Chabaud is a Majunga institution. Christiane (the original Madame Chabaud’s daughter) prepares a divine fusion cuisine mixing Malagasy, Creole and European influences…
Area in Majunga (Mahajanga)

La Corniche

Majunga is all about the Corniche, the palm-lined promenade bordering the sea made up of Blvd Poincarré and Blvd Marcoz. In the evening, residents come here to enjoy a stroll under the setting sun, sip a soft drink …
Cafe in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Parad’Ice

This cheerful cafe-restaurant serves simple but well-prepared meals, including salads you can tuck into without hesitation and rotating plats du jour such as ravitoto (pork stew with manioc greens) and zebu stew. It…
Pizza in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Marco Pizza

This friendly joint with street seating churns out excellent – and absolutely huge – pizzas with a variety of meat, fish and vegetarian toppings. It’s a couple of kilometres from the centre, but every taxi knows whe…
Landmark in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Baobab Tree

At the T-junction with Ave de France, there is an enormous baobab tree (circumference, 21m!) thought to be well over 700 years old. It is considered fady (taboo) to touch it.
Seafood in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Fishing Residence

This hotel-restaurant is well known for its exquisite seafood, such as calamari and prawns in combava (wild lemon) sauce or grilled swordfish.
Church in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Cathedral

Majunga's main house of Christian worship.
Lighthouse in Majunga (Mahajanga)

Lighthouse

Guides ships in from Pointe de Sable.