The Majlis Restaurant is a focal point of the hotel due to its unique architecture and excellent cuisine featuring International, Italian (seafood, pasta, wooden pizza oven and home-made ice-cream), and Swahili dishes. The restaurant is open for in-house guests as well as external guests.
The Restaurant roof reaches 14 meters high and is built in the local tradition of casuarinas and mangrove poles, covered in very long palm leaves (‘makuti’ in Swahili). The Restaurant combines an open-plan veranda on the ground floor and terrace/bar on the first floor offering panoramic views over the Ras Kitau bay.
The New York Times remembered us for our giant prawns but whether it be for fresh seafood and sushi or traditional Swahili style cooking, our innovative breakfast, lunch and dinner menus and stunning settings offers some of the best dining in East Africa.