Top 5 Omaruru, Erongo Region foods

Omaruru is a city and constituency in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The town has 14,000 inhabitants and owns 352 square kilometres of land. The town is situated near Mount Erongo, on the usually dry Omaruru River.

1. Main Street Cafe

116 Wilhelm Zeraua Road, Omaruru Namibia +264 64 570 544 Breakfast, Lunch Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Reservations Cafe
Overall Ratings

4 based on 116 reviews

Main Street Cafe

Main Street Cafe has become Gallery 116, still great coffee, free Wi-Fi fantastic cakes, the best breakfast in this quadrant of the galaxy, home made bread, same great service, same owner, just waiting for our Michelin star!

Reviewed By 98fritzr - George

Very nice coffee and food

See above plus good atmosphere. Airy, well situated and friendly service. More characters are apparently needed to submit this review so here we go: ExcellentWe love the character excellent!

2. Omaruru Souvenirs and Kaffeestube

Main road, Omaruru Namibia +264 64 570 230 Breakfast, Lunch Italian, American, Cafe, European, German
Overall Ratings

4 based on 27 reviews

Omaruru Souvenirs and Kaffeestube

Reviewed By Peter F - Durban South Africa

Very impressive carvings

Excellent venue to visit. There are many works of art on display and one can watch the craftsmen at work. Even down to the hand carved toilet seats!Well worth a visit

3. Kashana restaurant

Dr Scheepers Drive, Omaruru Namibia +264 64 571 434 Dinner Seating, Table Service, Reservations
Kashana restaurant

Reviewed By kuiseb - Walvis Bay, Namibia

Good service and good traditonal Namibian breakfast.

We were 3 friends doing a brunch on a Sunday morning after the Omaruru Art Festival the night before. Every little deviation detail that we ordered was done correct the first time. The coffee was good and the breakfasts great.We sat in the open under a large shady tree. Pure bliss!

4. Central Hotel Omaruru

Wilhelm Zeraua Road, Omaruru Namibia

Reviewed By SafariYoga - South Carolina

Lovely Ambiance in the Dining Courtyard

We liked the food here so well, we dined here for two out of our three nights in Omaruru. I had wiener schnitzel the first night and pork cordon bleu the second - both were excellent. The owners two large dogs wandered throughout and were quite delightful entertainment for us!

5. Wronsky Haus

C33, Omaruru Namibia German, African

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