Mombasa African restaurant
This authentic ocean going vessel showcases original features and modern facilities and sets sail for lunch, dinner and private celebrations everyday except Sunday.
Moored at the Tamarand Jetty, Mombasa, “Nawalilker” lunchtime cruises depart at 1pm, returning at 3pm and offer a winding, idyllic experience along Tudor Creek, before dining on traditional Swahili cuisine moored in perfect isolation.
Dinner cruises enchant with starlit skies and the distant flickering of Mombasa city as welcome condiments of traditional “Dawa” cocktails smooth the palate on route to Fort Jesus.
The menu proffers a delicious seafood dinner, prepared Swahili style on deck, entertained by a resident band and contented chatter of guests as the dhow slowly weaves its way back to shores of Tamarind Jetty.
Restaurants near Coast Province
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and are not necessarily the actual travelling
Malindi Continental restaurant
Malindi (83 km from Coast Province)
Tembo Village Restaurant is set in a tropical garden overlooking the swimming pool and poolside bar. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast, and deliciously grilled specialities, charcoal fired pizza, and freshly caught seafood from the Indian Ocean for lunch. Dinner is a three course meal with a selection of two starters, and a choice between a three-course meat, fish or vegetarian meal. The fish and prawns are particularly tasty, covered in a mouth-watering African inspired sauce and served with homemade risotto. End the night in style with a scrumptious lime cheesecake or vegetable crepe.
Malindi International restaurant
Malindi (85.6 km from Coast Province)
Perched on the seafront, in an old moorish house, diners relish in international cuisine in a relaxed setting.
Expect to be welcomed and served by attentive staff while ordering international dishes off the menu, dining and relaxing in the tranquil ambiance.
Wine can be served by the glass and bottle.