10-10-2020 by redazione
At Malaika Beach in Mayungu during the week, but only by reservation, while on Sundays the restaurant is open to all with sun loungers and the usual services.
The beach and the renowned services of Malaika Beach will remain open also in the next weeks in the beautiful location in front of the Indian Ocean of Mayungu, but during the week the comfort of the sunbeds at the cost of 500 Kshs and the gazebos by the sea will be available only on reservation as well as the restaurant, ready to satisfy your requests but only after phone call, possibly the day before and in any case not at the last minute. This also applies to the bar service with fresh juices and aperitifs or a good glass of wine in front of the wonderful scenery.
The renowned restaurant, one of the most appreciated in the last season, will be open to everyone only on Sundays with the house specialties, fresh fish and many other surprises.
As always Malaika Beach is always available, upon reservation, also for groups or private parties.
For information and reservations, Tel. 0796035766
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