11-01-2017 di redazione
If the Come Back Club is the undisputed meeting point for every night in Watamu, with its increasingly crowded bar and full of joy, with the hospitality of his "deus ex machina" Mario Ciampi and that mixture of Africa and Europe distinguishes our tourist destination, today the local in the town center also adds to the excellent food and the pleasure of dining in a casually elegant garden to its nightly proposal.
In fact, the restaurant Come Back has been redesigned inside and out, from the menu and the culinary philosophy, for which there was the fundamental artistic advice of an expert, Carlo Sganga. "I willingly gave two tips to Mario to transform the restaurant Come Back to a place where feel good and eat accordingly - explains Sganga, who has worked in the field of hotel catering for over 40 years - I set a creative menu and at the same crucial time, with even plates of rolling day ". But it is not only in the secret menu of the restaurant, dine in a lush garden, with the colors of original works on the wall, can be set the table in the "beach" with their feet on the sand, the ever active pizzeria, are pleasures not to underestimate. For those who have only ever considered the Come Back evening and night clubs, the novelty of a restaurant among the best Watamu is a must try!
di Freddie del Curatolo
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