Guests are wined and dined around the Captain's Table & served a set gourmet-three course meal.
In the late 1890's, Cecil John Rhodes had a vision to build a railway line from Cape to Cairo. The teak dining table at Amalinda Lodge is made up of the exact railway ties from this railway line & considered to be Burmese teak as Rhodesian teak was not harvested in those days.
Lunches are often served around the infinity plunge pool, near the sunset lounge and spa.
Private/Romantic dining can be arranged with the managers in camp.
Specific dietary requirements can be catered for and must be advised upon reservation.