About ATOWA

About ATOWA

ATOWA Restaurant is a unique restaurant found in White River, on the same grounds as Greenway Woods. ATOWA is a beautifully and interestingly styled Boma that is owned by visionary Chris Welthagen and is managed by experienced and renowned restaurant and hotel manager, Wayne Blake. ATOWA gains its style and inspiration from a restaurant, that first developed this style, located in Nairobi, Kenya, that was known to serve wild meats to it clientele. With this style and theme in mind, ATOWA gained its name, which is an Acronym meaning A Taste Of Wild Africa.

ATOWA Restaurant strives to be unique in every way and that is clear in the aesthetic and feel of its interior. What makes ATOWA truly unique and makes it different from any restaurant in White River or any other restaurant in the area, is its unique Menu. ATOWA’s Menu follows strongly with the aesthetic of Wild Africa as well as traditional African meals. ATOWA’s main attraction regarding its menu is its unique range of Wild meats which includes Kudu, Bush Pig and Impala. For those who prefer the tamer meats, ATOWA also serves Chicken, Beef, Pork and Lamb for those who don’t want to brave the wilder meats up for offer. All of the delicious dishes available on the menu are all traditional African Meals and have roots in African Culture and history. Meals range from roosterkoek that is served with home made jam and butter to popular house hold additions like Pap and Sheba.

 

     

Desserts at Atowa are also just as unique and delicious as the main meals that are offered. As a perfect end to many dining experiences, the dessert must often accommodate the meal and encompass the experience had so far. ATOWA’s delicious and wide range of Traditional African desserts will definitely provide a welcome end to an amazing dining experience at a uniquely African restaurant. Some items on the menu include Milk Tart and the traditional African dessert, Malva Pudding and Custard, and Sago Pudding among some others.

Guests are served by waiters that wear a combination of Traditional African attire and modern waiting uniforms to blend in with the Wild African atmosphere that ATOWA implements so perfectly. Waiters come to each table and serve the meat directly at the table, with expert carvers serving the variety of wild meats to the guests. In sticking to the Wild African feel, all meat is prepared over an open fire.

Guests are served by waiters that wear a combination of Traditional African attire and modern waiting uniforms to blend in with the Wild African atmosphere that ATOWA implements so perfectly. Waiters come to each table and serve the meat directly at the table, with expert carvers serving the variety of wild meats to the guests. In sticking to the Wild African feel, all meat is prepared over an open fire.

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