We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
You can't really miss a visit to the street food markets while in Stone Town. Yes. the food hygiene at some places is questionable and the raw meat is left sitting in the heat for a worryingly long time at some vendors.
We easily combatted...More
Seeing all the negative reviews, one would think this place is a tourist trap. Not so, if you don’t behave like a classic tourist and make sure about the prices beforehand.
One thing you should definitely try is the Zanzibar soup - there’s one stand...More
I def don’t recommend anyone going there. I went there with my parents and it was maybe the worst experience in Zanzibar. People selling food there are huge scammers and all they care about is just ripping the tourists off. The place is very dirty...More
Shawarma with pilipili was so delicious that I took two at first and then one more!
Pricing is not always open in Forodhani Gardens and you could come easily cheated with pricing, but in some shawarma places there is pricing shown. Like with 3500 tsh...More
I read a number of reviews which highly praised this food park. It is interesting and very lively and exists from around 6:00 pm. There is grilled beef, chicken and all sorts of seafood. Quality? It’s dark and you can easily be in for a...More
the food experience here is amazing!!!
all one needs to do, is haggle the prices down. noteworthy however, is that, they aren't too overpriced.
If you're a traveler on a budget, looking for an authentic meal, this is the place to be!!! With 10000 shillings,...More
I saw an Anthony Bourdain episode on the street food market in Forodhani Gardens so I just had to visit this place. There was an amazing variety of local specialties to choose from. I tried the famous Zanzibar pizza and it was amazing. The market...More
A beautiful waterfront market to enjoy the sunset. There are dozens of stalls of food vendors slinging skewers of fresh fish and meats, samosas, other savory pastries, and Zanzibar pizza that they'll grill up for you on request. My friend and I tried a little...More