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Dining

Dining at Blue Waters by Serendib where you will be inspired by delicious sea food and light or haute cuisine. Our Signature dishes and fine wines ensure that our food is much sought after and much loved and served in our comfortable, yet sophisticated lake front settings. With stunning views of the crystal blue waters of Lake Malawi, our exceptional restaurants provide a memorable dining experience with indoor and outdoor seating designed to suite every taste.

Dining Room

Tuck into our international and continental specialties. Breakfast has never been better. Savour freshly baked breads and bakeries, and watch our chefs whip up an Omelette of your choice, pancake live station and fruits display. Homemade jams and freshly squeezed juices help complete the most important meal of your day.

Blue Waters Bar

Blue Waters Bar is the resort’s relaxed Lake front Bar with chilled beverages and snacks to keep you satisfied, while soaking up the Lake Malawi waves and picture-perfect best of Africa sunset on our private lake beach

Pier Restaurant

Step into Pier lake front restaurant at Blue Waters! One of Malawi most popular tourist destinations, the Lake Malawi Waterfront is the ideal setting for on the beach dining. Breathtaking views of the lake, looking to take full advantage of the incredible panoramas.

Here is a choice selection: delight in specialty menu, accompanied by a fabulous selection of quality menu paired by our international chef from fresh lake fish to homemade delicacies around the world; chef creations and exquisite views of the world famous Lake Malawi.

The Pier restaurant will be a moderately priced 60 seat semi fine dining out door restaurant offering family style service of popular Senga Bay and international dishes. Grilled and fried selections of vary of Lake Fish, meat and chicken tenders and family sized platters, conjuring memories of the popular weekend fish fries that once drew families together throughout the central of Malawi .

Dining rooms are really all about the table and the chairs.

~Candice Olson