This is the place to get some cheap brews in with the locals if u don't want to venture out of town, always a good laugh
I went to Invuvu to watch a big Premier League match and it was great. There were probably about 100 people there - it was pretty much all locals and me and it was a lot of fun. There are a bunch of rows of...More
Nice little bar mainly used by the locals, drinks are reasonably priced and food (local food) can be purchased once again at a reasonable price. They play music in the evening and have a pool table, we were the only white people in the bar...More
One Of The carnival parties was held here and they handled things well. Their bar facilities were ok, nothing to run home about. They are s little limited as to what you can drink but not a train smash.
The drinks were well priced, but they didnt have any food or a vibe going on. They were also very quite when we went, it was during the day, at night time it is probably more vibey.
Had a few minutes to kill waiting for the shuttle back to my lodge, so walked over and had a beer. Football on the television, most everyone was glued to that, with big cheers when something happened. Cheap beer, $1.50 for a Zambezi. Only stayed...More
The Inuvu bar is no tourist place, but the bar, where the staff of the safair operators on main street go. The food is simple (sadza with beef or chicken stew), but excellent and cheap. No forks and spoons: you eat african with your fingers....More
Friendly service but a shortage of glasses so better drink a bottle of beer when there... Very simple but filling food for 2 dollars
I found this local bar in the main road in Victoria Town simply because I just could not afford to pay $3 for a beer any more. The Invuvu Bar is your typical local bar where the locals come to watch tv, take a nap...More