Where to eat
Rundu has a few choices for eating out, but because the lodges are so spread out, most people tend to eat there rather than go to restaurants. Of these lodges, Sarasungu is central and worth the journey for its food, and n'Kwazi and Kaisosi also have good tables if you are there.
In town itself, on the old gravel road just east of the centre, Casa Mourisca
(PO Box 617, Rundu; tel: 067 255487) is the only proper restaurant. It offers a mix of international cuisine and a promising chalkboard of daily specials.
For lower-budget bites, try the Portuguese Restaurant & Take-away
(tel: 067 255240/255792) – almost opposite the Total service station in the centre of town, near the Woodcarving Coop. Alternatively, the Hunter's Tavern take-away at the Shell petrol station, on the main road, is the perfect choice for those just grabbing a bite on the run.
For buying supplies, the best supermarket in town is probably the Kavango Supermarket
, which is large and has a good selection. It is opposite the Total garage in town.