Tabora’s top dining spot has a mix of local and continental food, with pizza and Indian available during dinner. There’s dining indoors and in the outside bar area, which has a pool table, and live bands play on Fri…
This deep-maroon-coloured, flat-roofed Arabic-style home, built in 1857, is the main attraction in these parts. It was Livingstone’s residence for part of 1871. Later that year Stanley waited three months here hopin…
Good food and low prices; the Jeera chicken and veggie curry are just Tsh5000. Fish and chips is Tsh14,000. It also serves mocktails, beer and wine.
This notable and attractive Catholic cathedral has concrete inner walls painted to look like wood and marble.
This popular local hang-out offers samosas and other snacks, plus a good-value buffet. The price depends on the meat you choose. There is a second branch, called Mayor's Hotel, next to the market.
Next to the market; inexpensive samosas and other snacks plus local-style meals, including rice and beans. It's on the unnamed alley behind the Grand Penta hotel (which is at the corner of Salamini and Market Sts).
Busy and noisy bar with tables and a pool table outside under the trees. It's catty-corner to the police station.