+254727970787http://www.ngiribar.comTraveler ReviewsBest Breakfast in Town
Reviewed by firefly11 on Nov 17, 2010
I don't eat out much but there is always a temptation to go to Ngiri's for an English breakfast, there's nothing better than eggs and bacon in the morning. If you don't like fried bread ask for toast instead. Ngiri's is a place to relax and visitors can get a sense of the local scene.Great food, great place to make friends!
Reviewed by Buzzindiani on Oct 26, 2010
A really friendly venue for a few beers and great food. The owners Darren and Emma are always on hand to help and have a chat. Whant an insiders idea of what to do in Kenya ask them!! Ohh and they bake their own fresh bread. If you've ever been to Kenya you'll understand what a treat this is!Amazing place for good food and a welcoming atmosphere!
Reviewed by fiona256 on Sep 30, 2010
I cannot recommend Ngiri?s enough!! The food is great - there?s a large menu with good choices for vegetarians. The staff are friendly and the atmosphere is really welcoming. It is run by Darren and Emma who are two of the nicest people I have ever met. I had some personal issues whilst on holiday in Diani and turned up at the doorstep of Ngiri with my rucksack in tow. They took me under their wing and did everything they could to help me out; it was fantastic to have such support from people I had only met a few days earlier! It is definitely worth a visit - whether you want a quick drink, a good meal or just a place to relax in! They?ll be getting a visit from me next year!When I cannot be bothere to cook
Reviewed by divingthecrab on Jun 30, 2010
There a re many place to go in Diani to eat.
Darren and Emma, Mr and Mrs Ngiri, are good friends and have always treated me well and comes with great service and great food. I Choose to go here because of them and how good they have been to me. I love their food as it is great value for money and tastes great. The bar is just the kind of place you need to go to after work or just to catch up on a game.
Like many places there are faults but Darren stops at nothing to Improve his and Emma's little Ngiri.If you're in Diani, even on full board, don't miss out on this place.
Reviewed by mad_ludlow on Jun 29, 2010
Mad locals and even madder hosts mingle with tourists. The beers are cold, tea and coffee hot and the spare ribs are sensational !! Ever played Perudo, try it in Ngiri's you'll be hooked. Enjoy your visit