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Ate here to sample the 'nyama choma' get a break from 'hotel' food. The meat was tender and delicious. The chapatis though stole the show. They were made on order and well worth the wait. I salivate just thinking about them. Kudos Chef.
relaxed environment with open seating under the makuti structure with pool tables and music playing.famous for its grilled meats though other options are available on the menu.good music and cold beers.the food is great but depending on which waiter and the time of the day,the...More
One of the busiest place for locals and tourists for an authentic NYAMA CHOMA Dinner.
Food takes long to be serves, but then you get the REAL Thing. Fantastic Mbuzi, Beef, Chicken and Pork straight from the grill with Ice CCold Beer and good Music...More
Yes, this branch of Maasai is by the beach, but that is the only thing going for it - and that's not saying much given how many other beach bars there are. Service was appalling. The cocktails were possibly the worst I have ever experienced....More
Been to this place so many times but this last visit was disappointed. Ordered fried pork and came with so much onions could hardly find any meat. Informed the chef and he gave us more meat. Even the lady who was serving us was surprised....More
We ordered an octopus for 11$, and it tasted like chewing gum. Also most oft the plate consisted of salad and there weren't many fries.
As we tried to talk to the stuff they told us, the chef made a mistake but we should pay...More
Salt water shower. Trying to heat water electrocutes you. The kitchen struggels delivering a fried egg. Ordering same dish twice and the are totally different. Cupbord in the room was broken, and despite the managment promiced to fix it it never happened.
I love this...More