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About The Copper Pot

The Copper Pot is a fine dining restaurant in Lilongwe at Crossroads. The menu consists mainly of grills and seafood with spicy tandoori, Moghulai and Schezwan cuisine. The steaks are aged and the poultry tender. The interior is cosy and the service professional. It is open from 12 pm until late.

Telephone:
+26 51 750 333/+26 5𔁯 750 444
Cuisine:
Fine Dining
Cuisine Other:
Grills, Seafood
Meals:
Lunch, Dinner
Ambience:
Upmarket
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The Copper Pot is 0.6km from the centre of Lilongwe , the nearest airport 220.2km (Mfuwe International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling