A tasty surprise. Wagyu beef has landed in The Gambia!

The selection of meats they offer and smoke or barbecue is unrivaled in The Gambia.
Tenderloin, ribeye, T-bone, Tomahawk, Porterhouse, Boston butt roast, brisket, ribs and more for you to try.

You must wonder what Wagyu beef and real estate have in common?
Well for someone planning to move to Gambia and buy a property knowing what is on offer when it comes dining it is!

That is why we also give you inside information on our site on what you can find when it comes to enjoying good meals as Gambia has it all.
You will be surprised!

Gambia keeps surprising me from time to time and as a self-acclaimed foody I was really happy to discover a new unique barbeque and grill restaurant had opened its doors in Bijilo at Kasumai Beach Resort.

Now you would probably think, what is so special about a barbeque and grill restaurant. The unique part is that they shipped in an original American Smoker which enables the pitmaster to smoke meats, chicken and fish in a way that is never been done before in The Gambia. They even shipped and imported a container of oak wood to get the finest taste on the smoked products.

And it is not only their smoke pit that stands out. The selection of meats they offer and smoke or barbeque is unrivalled in The Gambia.
Tenderloin, ribeye, T-bone, Tomahawk, Porterhouse, Boston butt roast, brisket, ribs and more for you to try.

Wagyu beef unparalleled in taste

On top of this all they now also serve Wagyu beef from Kobe. Wagyu beef has been a delicacy in Japanese cuisine for more than 1,000 years. Wagyu serves as a collective term for a select number of breeds of cattle of exceptional quality, which includes Kobe. The fine, delicate meat has a high degree of fat marbling that melts at low temperatures, together with tender fibres and its own uniquely refined sweetness and aroma.

Why is wagyu so good? Those in the know reckon wagyu is unparalleled in its taste. Its abundance of fat ensures a tender, juicy and flavoursome eating experience. The fat in wagyu has a melting point lower than the human body temperature, which is what makes it melt in your mouth.

Eating this Wagyu beef while enjoying the sea view and a marvellous sunset was like an out-of-body experience 😉 Well it certainly was for my wallet.

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