Amir restaurant sits off the main road from the Bord De Mer (Indepednance Avenue). Travelling towards the airport it is the on the right side before the main presidential bleachers. Turn right just before the main grandstand and Amir is on the right past the public toilets. Dont ask. The Lebanese family that runs the place are lovely and they are...more
The Bord De Mer waterfront runs from the Embassy district to the Quarter Louis where most of the restaurants are located in the city. A walk down the main waterfront avenue is an absolute must where you will see locals relaxing on benches to people jogging to locals selling items to people watching the Gulf of Guinea. It is a microcosm of Gabon and...more
Wherever you go, whatever you do, sampling the local beer is definite must.What do the locals drink, what beer is most popular, which beer is hardest to find, does it come in a half pint glass just like grandma used to drink…or better still, a full pint glass like I drink??? These are all good questions that need to be answered...In Port Gentil,...more
This is the priciest and the best food in Port Gentil. Definitely a good spot for couples to go to for a special occasion.I love the scenery in this little restaurant. It is a pirates theme. The walls have ship stuff on them like a net with shells and things for decoration. There is a Captain's Wheel and many piratey things I don't know the names...more
This is a beach pub which serves brochettes to the brave. The Castel is cold and the best price in the Industrial side of town. You can have a table in the sand with the ocean twenty feet away or you can sit under the roof. I have never eaten here, only drank the beer! However, I am told by many who do that the brochettes are quite good!more
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