There are two restaurants on site, even if guests may also eat next door at the Village hotel's restaurant. The Olive Kitchen à la carte restaurant overlooks the pool and serves a selection of meat and seafood dishes, with starters priced around 300ksh (£2.40) and mains upwards of 1000ksh (£7.95). The open-air setting, combined with the bright turquoise wicker cane dining settings and fresh blue and white table linen creates a very summery feel. Across a little bridge brings you to the buffet restaurant (local/international cuisine) known as Peponi (it means "uplifted place" in Swahili), a huge space with high ceilings and large glass arched windows that overlook the ocean. The wooden buffet stations are decorated with flowers and objets d'art, while on the exposed brick walls behind them are displayed wall hangings, tapestries and carvings. The colour scheme of maroon and salmon gives the restaurant a cosy feel, despite its size. Next door is a pleasant tea and coffee lounge in a separate gazebo structure known as 'The Deck,' also boasting ocean views. Meanwhile, the main bar is named Mashua - "sailing boat" in Swahili - so called for its, you guessed it, sailing boat setting; complete with carved dolphin bar stools, and sails, buoys, ropes and nets for decoration.