The Sambesi is a restaurant at Göttingen, Germany, named after the river running through central and Southern Africa. I have a little bit mixed feelings about this place as you can get nice African-style dishes here but it is often too loud and the restaurant has the atmosphere of a waiting hall at a railway station. Additionally, I never had the desire to eat ostrich, crocodile or zebra meat – which seems to be the unique selling proposition of this restaurant.
But all in all, it is a nice place and you can spend a good evening there. The restaurant is located in Wendenstraße in the city centre of Göttingen and not far away from the Albaniplatz and the Stadthalle. Especially on weekends, it is a good idea to reserve a table in advance.