Coast Res­tau­rants Worth Try­ing Out

These be­long in your must-eat list if you will be on hol­i­day in Diani or Mom­basa

Business Daily (Kenya) - - THE WEEKENDER - Eu­nice Mu­rathe

gift­ing.

While in Mom­basa town, this is the ul­ti­mate des­ti­na­tion for an im­promptu din­ner with a col­league or cel­e­bra­tory meal with friends and fam­ily. The first thing that strikes you about this restau­rant in Bon­deni is the am­bi­ence and the clien­tele; a mix of for­eign­ers, do­mes­tic tourists and Mom­basa res­i­dents.

There is an out­door seat­ing area where you watch and wait as the meat is roasted.

Don’t ex­pect any fancy dé­cor, Camel is not that type of place. On the walls are pho­tos of Mom­basa in its old times to help you un­der­stand the coastal town.

What draws tourists to this place is the chicken tikka, Shawarma and fish. Make sure you taste “Scud," a drink made of mixed fruit and ice cream. Leonardo’s is one of the restau- rants on Diani Beach Road in

Kwale and it is fa­mous for its Ital­ian cui­sine. You will no­tice the In­sta­grammable in­te­rior even be­fore en­ter­ing the space. The restau­rant is el­e­gantly dec­o­rated in red and wood in­te­ri­ors. The food is fairly priced with dishes cost­ing about Sh900 on av­er­age but the chef can cus­tomise your dish at an ex­tra fee. You can­not go wrong with

any­thing on their menu which

A serv­ing of ‘samaki wa ku­choma” and a large ish aquar­ium in­side Camel’s Joint restau­rant in Mom­basa known for its Swahili cui­sine. has piz­zas, sea foods, soups, sal­ads and a com­bi­na­tion of clas­sic Ital­ian cui­sine.

Camel’s Joint: Leonardo’s Restau­rant: Aniello's Ris­torante Pizze­ria:

This Diani restau­rant is a must-visit. It is a good place for take­away pizza. Other peo­ple choose to sit and eat en­joy the pizza at the Ital­ian restau­rant. It is a reg­u­lar for most Diani res­i­dents.

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