Zambian Restaurants are places where you can learn about the Zambian food, how the Zambians eat, the culture of the country, the customs, and even sample a few Zambian languages!
Nshima is the Zambian staple food and it is the main food item on the menu. nshima is always taken with a side dish known as relish. On average, Zambians take two meals of nshima a day, at noon and in the evening, but you can request for nshima in a restaurant any time of the day.
Nshima With Fish As A Side dishThere are varieties of side dishes to choose from; vegetables, meat, chicken, fish, eggs, but all with a Zambian touch. If you looked closely at the menu, the list reads like;
In Zambia, different people call nshima by different names depending on the language and geographical location. Nevertheless, it constitutes the full and complete meal to most people. Apart from nshima, any foods taken in between are regarded as snacks or as appetizers, that’s the Zambian way!
Nshima is cooked using corn meal or maize flour commonly called mealie meal and Zambian Restaurants serve nshima cooked using mealie meal.
The next time you feel like filling up, get yourself into any of the nearest Zambian Restaurants and enjoy some Zambian food!
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