Top Restaurants in Mombasa offering the best nutritional benefits

Providing healthy foods and nutrition  can improve a restaurant’s mark Up drastically. Here is a list of restaurants in Mombasa you should visit.

  1. Java House Africa

Quality and professionalism are deeply rooted in their culture and they ensure that every cup poured and every plate served is a reflection of our promise of offering only the best. Go try some Java Food & Coffee today!

  1. Yul’s Restaurant

Why not enjoy our Seafood Platter for two on our terrace at full moon with a beautiful view direct on the ocean. The well seasoned grilled Lobsters and Prawns are amazing. The fresh Kingfish and the Red Snapper from the Indian Ocean are grilled only with garlic butter, salt and lemon, so you get the real natural taste of the fish. This gives you all the nutrients you will ever need. Visit them!

  1. Sea Haven Restaurant

We offer a wide range of Specialties that includes Seafood, Fish, Steaks, Oriental Curries and Ice Creams. We have been in operations since Nov. 1982 and apart from a brief spell of three years between 2008 and 2010 when we were closed for major renovation. We now have a very well structured Restaurant with an air-conditioned Dining Hall which can hold a Conference for about 80 Pax and various levels of Sea View Terraces where you can sit comfortably day or night and enjoy our truly mouthwatering Cuisine.

  1. Tamarind Mombasa

In the early seventies there were no quality restaurants in Mombasa – Kenyan born Chris seex, who was managing a resort hotel at the time, was determined to correct this. his aim was to create the finest seafood restaurant in Africa. with little financial and moral support he designed and built the Mombasa tamarind. built in Arab style with high arches and a crenelated roof, the elegant, gleaming white building has the perfect setting – a starlit terrace perched on a cliff overlooking the picturesque old harbor of Mombasa.


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