Logo_SamisBar7 MyAfroshop welcomes you to Sami’s bar, A taste of its own! Here you will find drinks, snacks and light meals. Great beers, classic pub food, live sports and the African way of life are a few reasons why we are the place where people meet! A great mix of international expats creates a great pub community. Here you meet young and old for chatting, gossiping and laughing. Good atmosphere, friendly guests and low prices are guaranteed at Samis Bar. There is also wireless internet for our customers.

Feel free to come and visit us. Our specialist are very multicultural and very happy to serve you. After a hard day’s work, there is nothing better than a refreshing drink. See you soon. Cheers!


Our Brands
We offer a great range of  ales, spirits and drinks along with well-known premium brands.

guinness Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. Guinness originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725-1803) at St. Jame’s Gate, Dublin. Guinness stout is made from water, barely, roast malt extract, hops, and brewer’s yeast. A portion of the barley is roasted to give Guinness its dark colour and characteristic taste.
D002400 Vitamalt is a brand of non-alcoholic malt beverages mainly sold in the Caribbean and Africa. Its taste might be described as sweet, unfermented beer. It is manufactured by Danish brewers Royal Unibrew. High on nutrients and vitamins, Vitamalt is a drink designed as an energy supplement. It is available in about 70 countries, but it is most widely known in the West Indies, where over time it has attained the status of a cultural symbol. Bob Marley, for example, is often pictured with The Wailers drinking Vitamalt together.
Old_Jamaica_Ginger_Beer_front Ginger beer is carbonated, sweetened beverage produced in two versions: alcoholic brewed ginger beer (which includes home-brewed) or a carbonated soft drink flavored primarily with ginger and sweetened with sugar or artificial sweeteners. As early as 500 BC, ginger was used as a medicine and for flavouring food in Ancient China Africa and India. In the western hemisphere, ginger was used to spice up drinks. During the Victorian era, it was used to brew an alcoholic beverage termed “ginger beer”.