When eating in the Congo, you are in for a great surprise. With moambe as the national dish, a rich combination of Cassava leaves and groundnut; this is an opportunity to explore the unique specialties like the white elephant drink (consisting of milk, rum, and coconut), and fresh fruit salads.
The Congo has a rich social and culinary history in relation to Belgium, France, and Portugal. Although the cooking style has been preserved for hundreds of years, Congolese cuisine adopted new ingredients during its contact with Europeans.
Options of Vegetarian, Vegan, and Plant-based are available.
Dedicated to Saint Valentine, the Patron of Love, Valentine's Day is a day to celebrate the love in our lives. Here on Eatwith, Food is amongst the things we love.
This Valentine's day, I invite you and your loved ones to celebrate the undying love we have for good food. Guests will have the opportunity to taste delicious and authentic food from Central and East Africa while learning more about native culture and practices of Africa.