Ali Barbour's Cave is thought to be
between 120,000 and 180,000 years old. Situated about 200m back from the high water mark, it
compromises a series of interlinking chambers at depths of up to 10m below ground level. The
natural holes in the roof crust are open to the sky and seating is under the stars creating an
intimate and elegant atmosphere. The cuisine is typically international, specializing in seafood.
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Forty Thieves is situated on the beachfront next to Ali Barbour's
Cave restaurant. Open every day from 9am till late, you can enjoy breakfast
overlooking the Indian Ocean or dine whilst sipping cocktails. There is dancing
most evenings and on Sundays local musicians play during lunch. There is also a
Cyber Café adjacent to the bar.
As its name suggests, Leonardo's is an Italian restaurant situated on the Diani Beach Road about 400 mts north of the Ukunda connecting road (in the centre of the Collier's Centre). It has an extensive menu in addition to an elaborate cocktail/dessert selection with a choice of over 24 varieties of ice cream.
Lymington's Bistro is centrally located at the South end of the Diani Beach Shopping Centre (first floor). Your hosts, Mo and Dave, welcome you to sample "Real Food", by which they mean big flavoured, unpretentious cooking. Nothing fancy; nothing extravagant; just good, uncomplicated food.
There is a very reasonably priced, well stocked bar.
Open 6 days a week (closed Mondays). Breakfast/brunch is served from 9 am to 4 pm and lunch/dinner from 1 to 9 pm. Open Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm with a traditional lunch of roast meats with all the trimmings followed by dessert available from 1 to 3 pm.
In addition to the standard menu there are daily specials.
Private functions can be catered up to 48 covers. For reservations please call 0732 900700
Recently renamed to Harry's, after its new owner, you are welcomed to one of the most sociable and friendly bar/restaurants in Diani. Harry's is well positioned at the northern end of the Diani shopping centre and is a meeting point for both residents and tourists alike, In addition to the standard menu there is a range of daily specials to suit every palate. For sports fans most big events are shown on the wide screen TV and there is a range of seating areas, both indoor and out, for a quiet meal or a lively discussion. Well behaved children and sociable dogs are welcome.
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Shakatak is still Diani Beach's most popular disco. Traditionally it doesn't start to fill up until 10.00 p.m. but there is an outside beer garden serving food from 7.00 p.m. until late. The menu has a German bias and is very reasonably priced. There are also two pool tables and a large screen TV on which movies and big sporting events are shown.
Stilts is an eco camp and campsite at the centre of which is the Stilton Pub, offering a well stocked bar and food throughout the day at reasonable prices in an informal atmosphere. It is found opposite Ali Barbour's Cave restaurant.