1st restaurant we went to, good prices and decent food right next to the palace park and coast. Easy and chill
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We attended on Wednesday night. We wanted to hear the local music so we decidedsat inside. To do this you need to take your shoes off and sit on the floor. We found the inconvenience factor was far outweighed by the music. The two musicians...More
We loved the atmosphere, the food and the drinks. I warmly recommend this restaurant in stone town after your shopping session to relax and enjoy the zanzibar hakuna matata way of life
The menu card look like it is shilling but is in dollars. The food is okay, but nothing more than that. All side dishes are the same for every menu. There are many other good places in Stone Town, so go there instead.
The meal was quite delicious but the best part was listening to Taarab music afterward in an air-conditioned, traditional setting.
We had our last dinner in this restaurant after many good experiences in Stone Town. Well, the place is nice and the location also quite good, so we thought it was worth to pay something more for a farewell dinner. First they brought the wrong...More
I've tried eating here on my first visit to Zanzibar in 2017, the food was traditional, varied and delicious.. Upon trying it again this year on my return to Zanzibar I got food poisoning which lasted for 2 weeks until I was able to reach...More
We were seated on the verandah and could see all the action on the street. We ordered a seafood platter and the local fish platter. Service was attentive and most of the platter was enjoyable. The platter containing the King Fish and Tuna was dry.
Sitting outside the restaurant on the edge of Forodhani park was a wonderful setting for a very good meal. The menu is made up mainly of traditional Zanzibar recipes and was very good indeed. They offer a range of set menus at prices to suit...More
Monsoon Resturant is situated just of the seafront by the Forodhani gardens. Went to try local food and listen to tarrab music. Well worth it. This is in the inside of the Resturant, Where You sit cross legged on the floor to eat , which...More