Ate here tonight, fairly late (arrived at 9.30 pm or so). Restaurant was fairly empty and they were happy to accommodate me as a solo diner.
No one seemed to speak any English, but I eat pretty much anything so I didn't mind too much. The menu had English translations, but things are named rather than described (e.g. "evening salad" or "So and so's favourite lamb dish".
Food was very tasty, although a little bit of a random combination as a result of the language issues.
I had 'evening salad', which was a pork in mayonaise cold dish (as a starter, probably enough for 3 people along with the breads!), which they brought out with some roasted peppers and aubergine swimming in oil (I think I ordered grilled vegetables of some sort).
Main for me was 'King BBQ', which turned out to be some rather tasty barbecue pork ribs, which made me very happy. This was served with a really tasty sauce (kind of sweet, sour) a giant baked potato and was a good hearty portion.
No live music tonight, but on occasion they seemed to turn up the music (Shakira) rather loud.
Eventhough they didn't speak English, the staff were very pleasant and friendly. Bill came up to just over AMD8,000, which reasonable for the amount of food and quality.
Overall I enjoyed it and would happily go back again.
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