High standards of food are something that our guests often comment on at Itambira Island Seeds of Hope
Our menu is the envy of other hotels for miles around, as we offer extensive choice, catering to all tastes and prepared to an excellent standard.
The day starts with a choice of continental or cooked breakfast.
Our snacks and lunch menu offer sandwiches, burgers or main meals, depending on how hungry you are.
In the evening, you can choose from a wide menu including both continental and African cuisine.
We make the most of locally available ingredients and our daily ‘specials’ are always changing depending on what’s in season.
We also have a wood-fired pizza oven if you’re craving a taste of something more familiar and regularly get the barbecue going.
Our kitchen team make sure every mouthful of every meal is a memorable treat.
The menu below gives an idea of what you can expect.
Our team are fully trained in the latest standards of food safety and hygiene, so you can order and eat with confidence.
Open to guests and visitors
Our restaurant is open to guests and visitors.
Enjoy our fabulous lake view while you dine.
Itambira Island Trust
Itambira Island Trust (UK registered charity 1167127) partners with Itambira Island Seeds of Hope to raise awareness and support.
The mission of Itambira Island Seeds of Hope is to provide the communities around Lake Bunyonyi with opportunities for learning with the aim of transforming their lives physically, economically and spiritually.
Itambira Island Welcomes Guests
Itambira Island offers a unique opportunity to stay on Lake Bunyonyi. Day visitors are welcome to visit our facilities and restaurant, while guests can also book overnight accommodation in treehouses, roundhouses or the house on the hill. We’ve expanded and now have treehouses on the lake as well as among the trees; plus simple, cheap and clean budget/backpacker options for those on a budget.
Conferences and events are our speciality.
Please contact us for more information.
Telephone: +256778785624 / +256754942699
Itambira Island is also home to the Seeds of Hope project.