“The Rock” in Zanzibar might look at a tiny private island at first, but it’s actually a restaurant that sits twenty-three feet above water, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding Indian Ocean. It boasts a simple, yet relaxing, interior, and has open doorways that allow the natural breezes to circulate throughout. Yes, the main food source comes from the surrounding waters as well, as right before dinner service, employees search for fresh fare, especially the “catch of the day.” Continue reading for a video and more information.
“Despite being surrounded by water, visitors are able to walk through the water and up the stairs without a problem, when they visit during low tide. Staying past high tide, however, means taking a boat service back to the shore. Considering the awesome sunset you’d witness, it doesn’t seem like a bad trade off,” reports My Modern Met.