Okahandja Food Guide: 5 must-eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Okahandja

Okahandja is a city of 24,100 inhabitants in Otjozondjupa Region, central Namibia, and the district capital of the Okahandja electoral constituency. It is known as the Garden Town of Namibia. It is located 70 km north of Windhoek on the B1 road. It was founded around 1800, by two local groups, the Herero and the Nama.

1. Closwa Biltong Factory Shop

Voortrekker Road, Okahandja Namibia +264 62 501 123 http://www.closwa.com Breakfast, Lunch

Reviewed By Adventurers049 - Brisbane, Australia

Amazing place

This is an amazing café.You can sit down and enjoy a snack with coffee or browse their amazing selection of beef and wild biltong... they have a great selection.Just take the exit off the national road... it is worth it!

2. Rhinos Restaurant

Martin Neib Street Main Street in Town, Okahandja Namibia +264 62 500 866 Breakfast, Dinner Seating, Takeout, Reservations, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service Bar, Pub
Overall Ratings

4 based on 17 reviews

Rhinos Restaurant

Reviewed By DennisCom - Centurion

Great meal in a small town

Had a coffee at Rhino's on my way to Swakopmund and decided to have a meal there on my trip back which I did.It was a bit busy and the food took some time to arrive but it was well worth the wait !! I ordered a chicken schnitzel with mash and a salad it was very surprised with both the quality and the quantity when it arrived. Service was slow but as I said earlier, it was busy. I noticed that virtually everybody in the packed restaurant were locals and were been greeted and treated by the staff as old friends. This told me that the place was the local "place to go". Although mash was not on offer, it was specially made for me and it was the best mash I have had in any restaurant.It was a very satisfying, wholesome, and inexpensive meal. Definitely worth the visit and I would go there again any time!!

3. Garden Cafe

261 Martin Nieb Street, Okahandja Namibia https://www.facebook.com/gardencafenamibia Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Reservations American, Cafe
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Garden Cafe

Reviewed By Vienna68 - Hampshire, England

Don't Miss this great cafe

Came across this great cafe by chance whilst looking for a coffee stop on route to Windhoek and our flight home. It's run as a community project for out of work young Namibians who are given training in cafe/restaurant work - and the best of them are employed by the cafe itself. The service was polite and friendly and everyone was delighted to see us. Has both indoor and outdoor seating and is nicely decorated. Parking is safe in its own car park. If you are in this area, do give the cafe and the people a visit.

4. Grand Lake Spur Steak Ranch

Shop No 17, Okahandja Shopping Centre, Okahandja Namibia +264 62 502 711 http://www.spurcorp.nl/ Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Buffet Barbecue, Steakhouse, African, Bar, Grill
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Grand Lake Spur Steak Ranch

Reviewed By brokgoud - Den Bosch, The Netherlands

a good place for breakfast and lunch

We were with a bigger group and had a late breakfast here. The waitresses were very efficient and friendly and spoke Afrikaans to us. We had excellent platters with eggs etc. And the service was quick. The place is part of a chain but still pleasant also for children.Dear brokgoud,Thank you so much for taking the time to review our family restaurant. We are delighted to know our branch lived up to your expectations of food and service. We hope to offer you many more Spurrific experiences with us in the future. Many thanks, Spur Family

5. Li-Jani's Beergarden

no 1 Voortrekker Str, Okahandja Namibia +264 62 501 003 Pub
Li-Jani's Beergarden

Reviewed By dianasA9320QD

Surprisingly very good good

It looks not so special - but the food was very good and fresh, self made fries...The staff was also very friendly and attentive. So we totally recommend this place for an short stopover from or to windhoek.

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