15-05-2020 by redazione
The renowned pizza of the Baby Marrow Art&Food Restaurant in Malindi is back on the tables of the prestigious restaurant, two months after its closing for the Covid-19 emergency. Finally, from tomorrow, Saturday, May 16, there is again the possibility to enjoy a great pizza sitting at the table, with all the necessary precautions. After the green light for the Kenyan restaurants, with many conditions and only during daylight hours, the first restaurant to reopen its wood-burning oven and set the tables respecting the social distances is the Baby Marrow. "We decided to return to offer our pizzas to the public who have been wanting to sit and enjoy them for weeks in an open space with a suitable service - explains the owner of the restaurant in Vasco Da Gama Road - now we are ready after having fulfilled all the obligations of the case. Thanks to our open spaces we ensure our diners distances even greater than those required by the Coronavirus emergency regulations". The Baby Marrow then reopens at lunch and for now only with the pizzeria and not only at the table, but also take away or in delivery, but already studying a solution to return to offer all the specialties of its kitchen, by reservation. A midday fire ... with wood to return to breathe the atmosphere of the usual, timeless Malindi and its Italian specialties in one of the most charming and informal of the town. For information and reservations, Tel. 0700766704
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