lunch break stories: GOMA food service

Up since 5.30, only a banana and java for breakfast when driving straight to work from Ongwediva – quite a bit hungry. What’s gonna be for lunch in a few? Most likely a small restaurant called ‘GOMA food service’ which is hidden behind the Open Market and just five minutes from the Ministry on food. Although the variety is limited as elsewhere in town – the quality is definitely the best you can get. On the menu: rice, pasta, cabbage, pumpkin, carrots&peas, meat and sausage – at the end of the month (payday!) they also have nice specials like meatballs and salad. You pay per spoon, each 5$ – so for 15$ you are full and ready for a nap back in in the office.

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    • Trotz der täglichen Versuchung und dem spärlichen GemĂĽseangebot bin ich der Vegetarier-Linie immer noch treu – und kann daher kein professionelles Urteil abgeben. Nehme schwer an, dass eure Kantinen-Fleischklösse besser schmecken:-): Hier schlägt – speziell beim Fleisch – Menge die Qualität um Längen. Die KĂĽche selbst scheint sauber zu sein – obwohl ich sicher schon siebzig mal dort gewesen bin, noch nie Probleme mit dem Magen gehabt.

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