A taste of Thai Kani


Ola lovelies,

It’s a new day & a new dawn!!! Mhhh! I love the sound of that…

I got the opportunity to tour Dar es salaam and for sure I have one or two things I want to say about my adventure.

Come in closer to hear what I found.

A little closer…



It was brilliant!

Brilliant, I tell you! Not only did I enjoy the long walks at the beach but the environment created by the warm humid area!

Yes, I just loved it.


Part of my adventure was trying out new restaurants *Screams* well, here is a review of one.

Drum rolls, please….


Introducing  Thai Kani


Can I just live there?

It’s right next to the sea hence the ambience (insert French accent) is everything!

They have an indoor and outdoor sitting area! If you’ve got the sea view why sit inside?

The waiters are really nice & well trained; the manager also swings by occasionally to check on you and find out if your satisfied & happy with their services. (Talk about VIP treatment)

Let’s talk food!!!

I ordered the ‘Pad Kra Pao’ with mashed potatoes! It was delish! You’d be surprised how filling it was.




‘Pad Kra Pao’ is stir fried chicken with basil and herbs.

The food was rich in texture & did good things to my taste buds.  The stir fry is sweet & sour with a burst of flavour; the basil wasn’t as pronounced hence balancing all the flavours well.

My bestie went full-on seafood.

She got the ‘Spicy Tuna Maki sushi roll’ with extra avocado…




As you can see it looked tasty….

Who wouldn’t love some of that?

I’m not a sushi fan but it was pretty decent!

If I was to rate them I’d give them a 4.5 just because there’s always room for improvement *Wink*


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If you’re in Dar… Masaki area, stop by & try them out!!

Till our next adventure, adios.


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