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Captains Table is beautifully designed, set on different levels, some areas under the stars and some under authentic grass roofs, you can choose how you wish to dine in this romantic setting.  It is one of the best seafood restaurants in The Gambia, renowned for its excellent menu and wines,  with some of the highest quality seafood and non-seafood dishes at reasonable prices. Captains Table aims to use locally grown organic produce, and serves only the freshest highest quality seafood and meat. It is very popular with outside guests and is used by the hotel for half and full-board customers. Live background music is often performed on the Kora in this restaurant.
























Baobab Restaurant takes its name from the the holy baobab tree outside the hotel and its beautiful painting within the restaurant. Overlooking the hotel pool it serves breakfast
on the terrace in morning sun, lunch in the shade or a delicious dinner in the evening. It specialises in set menus and offers a range of meal sizes for children and has options for leaner pockets.








Barendengo poolside bar - sip a drink between dips
in the pool or enjoy an evening under the stars.

Open morning until late.











Boss Lady restaurant.  Get the true taste of Gambia, if you want to try the local cuisine then Boss Lady is not to be missed. An inexpensive street eatery restaurant offering authentic Gambian food and drink. Sunday night is buffet night, so you can try many of the local dishes. There is free live Gambian entertainment on most nights, the dancing is fascinating, Jolas, Mandinkas, Woloffs, Serrehs, each have their own style - and it is not unusual for people to join in, in fact you are encouraged to do so. Or you can sit back and just enjoy the show.









Skipper's faces the bustle of Kotu Stream Road. Popular afternoon watering hole and people watching place. 













A new eatery on Kotu Stream Road 


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