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Looking For Finger-Licking Food and Liquor of the Finest Quality? Stop At Koko Lounge in Ongwediva

Ongwediva’s vibrant nightlife and urban culture reflect in its café lounges. When the opportunity to visit the one and only Koko Lounge arose, the Biashara team couldn’t wait to make the lavish, yet unpretentious resort our chilling spot for a few days.

Situated in Ongwediva, Elyambala Street, in the Millenium Building, the flying saucer Lounge and Café is a casual dining restaurant which serves continental, mediterranean and modern cuisines. It has a bar and a VIP area, a stage and outdoor seating too.

Trendy music, chic atmosphere, cosy interiors, great food and bar, Koko lounge has it all. Whether you’re a college kid or a corporate person, the irresistible urge to have a drink or two with your pals is too hard to resist. In our reviews, we have listed it at the top of the best lounges in the northern part of Namibia.

On Koko’s menu, you will find spaghetti bolognaise, Napolitano tagliatelle, stir fry’s (chicken, beef or vegetarian), pork ribs, fried hake fillet alfredo penne, seafood fusilli, beef fillet sirloin cut and sticky pork chops to mention a few, which are served with chips, garden salad or mashed potatoes. At the café, they offer some perfect pretty dessert for high tea with the ladies and some sauces for a starter. With so many lounges in the north, it’s quite a task to find that perfect spot for hanging out with friends this December, however, we are here to make that choice easier for you; there is only one place and Koko is that place. Here you can enjoy yourself in the company of food & friends and lots of entertainment with less or distractions. Go on Google maps and drive there now! https://wego.here.com/directions/mix//Koko-Lounge,-Ongwediva:516jx7ps-b541be3d4974085f7a12d1c378bd255e?map=-17.778,15.75173,15,normal

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