We had a delicious meal for lunch! I recommend the prawn curry. Full of spices and flavor, it was amazing! And the ambiance is great! Our toddler thoroughly enjoyed the water fountain. Note the patio is not open for lunch.
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5 course tasting menu is incredible if you love fish. And the cocktails are divine. Book in advance and get there early to get the best view of the sunset over Stonetown. Staff will walk you back to your hotel after dark which I thought...More
The Secret Garden is my favorite place to eat in Zanzibar. The menu is small but exquisite. Everything tastes great and has a great flavor profile. The ambience is romantic and dreamy. 8 tables set in the ruins present a lovely escape from the world.
Arrived in a dimly lit back garden, to the tunes of soft jazz and a fountain trickling lightly. We got service instantly and not long after the order we had the delights placed in front of us. We had goat and chicken, of which both...More
This place is fairly well concealed in a back street but we'll worth the effort. Three of us arrived at 3pm for lunch. 4 flights of stairs. But a terrific view when you get there. A simple but ample lunch menu. All good stuff. Very...More
First, you have the find the building! Its buried in the middle of the town and not easy to find! The location of the restaurant, if you are fit and healthy it up about 6 flights of stairs. The views were nice. But we found...More
Dear Kari, Thank you for your valuable feedback, and for choosing to dine in The Tea House on Saturday 21st October. Being in the heart of the Old Town , with no vehicular access, we always send our own City Map to our Diners’ Hotel...More
Lovely food, Fabulous atmosphere. Great views. This place was fabulous place to have lunch and we tried all sorts of new flavour combinations that we would never have picked. Loved it.
Two of us booked for dinner a la carte in the secret garden. We emailed a few days before and got a reply fairly quickly. This is a beautifully decorated outdoor area which really uses the old and slightly crumbling walls to its advantage. The...More
As all the buildings in Stonetown are very old, we had to climb up 5 floors of stairs. But, it was well worth the climb. A lovely open restaurant at the top of the building, with a great view over the top of the buildings...More