The cuisine at Ras Mbisi mixes traditional Swahili dishes with international flavours, fresh fish and seafood are dominant fixtures on our menus. Breakfasts are generous with both a buffet table groaning with fresh fruit, cereals and pastries. Cooked to order hot ‘full english’, with eggs anyway you want them or pancakes to set you up for the day whether relaxing or being active.
Lunches are therefore light and the emphasis is on fresh vegetable & seafood salads and fruit. Fresh homemade cakes and biscuits are served with your mid morning coffee and afternoon tea and hot bar snacks arrive with sundowner drinks. Evening meals range from Swahili buffets and barbeques to three course meals – watch that waistline. We have a small but comprehensive wine list with quality South African grape varieties included.
We source locally produced fresh ingredients from amongst our neighbours and the Ras Mbisi community. Many of the vegetables that grace our plates are grown in our garden, and we gather eggs from our own chickens. Fish is bought from local fishermen, so our seafood comes fresh from the blue waters of the Indian Ocean on our doorstep.