Carnivore Restaurant Dinner Experience Plus Transport
We pick you up at 6pm local time, have diner at 7-8.30 and we drop you back after. Please NOTE dinner is open from 630pm – Once you book we can always change the time depending on your preference.
A BEAST OF A FEAST, SINCE 1980
The Carnivore Meal Leg of lamb, pork, ostrich, rump of beef, sirloin, rack of lamb, spare ribs, sausages, skewered kidneys, even crocodile
Meats are roasted on traditional maasai swords over a huge charcoal pit that dominates the restaurant’s entrance. The rough-hewn beams combine the rustic feel of a rural setting with that of a medieval banqueting hall.
The Carnivore doesn’t conform to the familiar restaurant traditions. First, the soup of the day along with a plate of home baked bworn bread and butter are served. Then, an army of carvers move table to table, swords laden carving juicy cuts onto sizzling cast-iron plates. Accompanying the meat feast is a selection of salads, vegetable side dishes and sauces
The feeding frenzy doesn’t stop until you declare defeat by lowering the white paper flag perched atop the central tray. This is then followed by dessert and coffee. The full meal including the soup course is at a set price. A vegetarian menu is also offered.
Experience the house cocktail, the ‘dawa’ – medicine or magic potion in swahili. Based on a famous Brazilian drink, enjoy it delivered on a portable tray by the medicine man fittingly named Dr. Dawa
– Meaty Meal
Does Not include:
– Drinks of any type
The Simba Salon
Adjoining The Carnivore is Simba, a vibrant, informal restaurant that popular on weekends, and a lively nightclub.
The nightclub operates from Wednesday to Sunday and has themed nights to cater for fans of contemporary African Music, Rock, Soul, Jazz, Old Skool and the latest hits. The Simba Saloon has hosted some of Africa’s best musicians as well as international acts – Maxi Priest, Yellowman, Sadao Watanabe, Manu Dibango, Salif Keita, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Ismael Lo and Habib Koite are some of the performers that have graced the stage