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We had lunch here because of the great location on the beach with big trees for shade. The service was very good and the food was decent (I had a hamburger and she had the club sandwich). Each comes with fries and a small salad....More
We went to the livingstone for some drinks and the life music on a Saturday night. While the music and athmosphere were very nice, the service was horrible.
First we were ignored by the barkeeper for about half an hour, even though we spoke to...More
In 3 days we were in Stonetown we went 3 times in this place.The food and drinks are very nice for a good price and the view is magic,you can see the little boots living for Prison Island.You sit under a beautifull three and a...More
this place is one of the best to sit of an evening and just people watch, chill, dig your toes in the sand, watch the sun disappear and enjoy a sundowner while the world goes by. I have come here on many occasions and enjoy...More
Livingstone`s is the best beach bar in Stone Town. It`s a great place to sit and watch the world go by. The food was not cheap by Stone Town standards but ok. I had a mixed platter of deep fried prawns, squid, samosas & vegetables...More
The interior of this bar is distinctly lacking in atmosphere, but the beach garden with its candle lanterns and huge trees more than makes up for it.
it is right on the beach, so you can catch the sunset and watch the comings and goings...More
We made the mistake of going here twice this stay. We had been here 10 years ago and this was an amazing place. Today it still has a fantastic location, but it is totally dilapidated. This could be overlooked, but on top of that the...More