We read about this place in the Lonely Planet and decided to give it a try. It was really dark, I don't know if the power was out (I didn't see any lamps hanging) or if it was just that way. The only light we...More
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i have a house in Jambiani--four doors from the Seahorse. This is a really nice little restaurant run by a charming local man. I passed there a few nights ago--and heard a loud and rowdy group of diners--who had moved down onto the beach. That...More
We very much enjoyed our meal at the Sea Horse. It offers local cuisine in a setting for which some tourists may find uncomfortable with. The host was lovely and friendly but had to deal with some rowdy and impatient customers (see Daphe010's comment) who...More
Charming atmosphere, reminds me of Jambiani the way it was beore tourism exploded! Delicious food at good prices. The chef/owner is busy cooking, and it may take some time, but if you don't want to wait-you can preorder or go for a swin meanwhile waiting.
The sea horse offers decent food at a price that seams a bit lower than most surrounding restaurants. The owner is very relaxed and friendly. See food cury with rice was good, as well as the octopus salad. My advice for the owner:Maje waiting time...More
We walked into this beach shack expecting something not necessarily fine but fresh. Well, freshness is the only quality we find. Despite being the only group, we (two people) waited for an hour and a half for our lunch. Service is non-existent; whenever we asked...More
So local, so good and cheap! Thanks We went for lunch, we ordered grilled fisch and pasta, we enjoy the view waitting our meal, it takes the time but no problem, pole pole, very good!