Mombasa is a paradise for street food enthusiasts, with its bustling markets and vibrant street corners offering a diverse array of flavours and culinary delights. One popular destination for street food is the Old Town area, where visitors can sample Swahili specialities such as mahamri (sweet fried bread), viazi karai (spicy fried potatoes), and mishkaki (grilled meat skewers). Another must-visit spot is Mama Ngina Drive, a waterfront promenade lined with food stalls serving fresh seafood, grilled meats, and local snacks like cassava crisps and bhajias (spiced potato fritters). For those seeking a taste of East African cuisine, the Mwembe Tayari area is famous for its chapati (flatbread), samosas, and nyama choma (grilled meat). Whether you’re exploring the city’s markets or strolling along its bustling streets, Mombasa’s street food restaurants promise a flavorful and authentic culinary experience that reflects the vibrant culture of the region.