Delicious local food and it also offers a range of international cuisine. Situated in the Hotel Tembo, even if you are not staying there, this restaurant is the perfect play to eat, you can sit on the terrace with views of the ocean and then you can take a dip in the pool.
Located on the beach where you can enjoy spectacular Nungwi fresh fruit juices, this place is ideal for watching the sunset, and you will see lots, do not worry if you get hungry, they also serve typical local food, especially grilled meats, and fish. Also you can enjoy live music or firejugglers , depending on the day you are there.
This night market is one of the major attractions in Stone Town. It's a bit like the Swahili version of the famous Jamaa el Fna in Marrakech. In the evening they were beginning to put the food stands out in a clearing of the square, like other stalls selling local souvenirs. Dining here is an experience worth living.
Spices played an important part in the history of Zanzibar, and are still an attraction of the city today. The House of Spices, set in an 18th century building, was our choice for lunch on our first day. We had a steak in balsamic sauce, with mango and orange, and kingfish with spicy sauce. Great. You can buy spices and souvenirs here.
There are many cultural influences on the island of Zanzibar, including Indian, which can be seen in the decoration of doors, in the style of music, and also in the food. We chose this restaurant to sample the Zanzibar Indian food. The menu is quite varied, and the staff are helpful. We had tandoori chicken, and fish tikka ajwani, which were delicious. Definitely worth checking out.