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As we stayed in Trianon Hotel and Chez Dom is situated right inside the building, we decided to have dinner here. They have a big selection of French and Malagassy dishes but also some Asian. I decided to have the 'Soupe speciale' as a starter...which was an amazing tasty Asian style soup. As a main dish my girlfriend had a Zeburger and I took a Zebu steak with onions. I wanted my steak medium and I got it just right. The atmospere is nice, everything looks clean and service is superfriendly. Would really recommend eating here!More
Good selection of French / Malagasy food, decent price. The food is made relatively quickly when compared to most Malagasy restaurants. The food quality is very nice and the staff is very friendly (and speak a large amount of English).
We ate here several times...for business events (groups of 12+ people) and they still served the food quickly.More
The menu is massive (which often worries me!) but our dining experience was great!
Delicious flavorsome fresh food with large portions, quality produce and attentive, if quite typically Malagasy (a little too keen to clear plates, hovering for the bill) service! Location is easy to...find and setting at the Trianon Hotel is lovely.
We classed our dinner as a highlight of our culinary experiences in Madagascar, of which there were many. Well worth it - enjoy!More
The restaurant is located in a beautiful colonial villa. You can eat outside or inside. They serve a perfect mix of European (especially French) and asiatic cuisine, try the gambas or the magret de canard.
This restaurant was pretty good! It's located right across from Zandina's. The food was great, the service was pleasant and the decor was very enjoyable. I tried the chicken and it was delicious. The duck is also very good. Our party all had different things...and everybody was happy with their meal. Nice place to eat at.More
Delicious european starters, with Salade Landaise or Duck Foie Gras, at very reasonnable prices. Zebu fillet and many other good things on the menu. I would avoid the Magret de Canard (Duck Fillet), which is not prepared the way I like it: it is sliced...and then cooked, which makes it a bit dry.More
Dom was great and provided nothing but treats with the drinks, food (foie gras was the best I've ever had!) and knowledge of the city. Can't wait to return! Especially when his fruit Rhum Arrangé is ready! His candy based one was awesome!
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