A cozy Swahili restaurant with a special atmosphere has long existed on the coast of the village of Peyia. The center of the open-air establishment, from where you can admire the beautiful sunset, is an ancient well. It is located in the historical ancient zone, which is not subject to reconstruction, and where capital construction is prohibited. Therefore, restaurant visitors seem to be transported in time, falling into antiquity.
Fragments of walls made of local stone emphasize the flavor of this historical place. The entrance designed as a portal made of wood and reeds. It is complemented by lamps with wicker lampshades of various shapes, giving a pleasant warm light.
For space zoning, Maria Green designed an original reed fence. Sheds over the tables and a DJ stand, illuminated around the perimeter with an LED strip, are decorated in the same technique. And black fountain portals act as art objects, from which water flows spectacularly.