We were looking for somewhere to eat authentic African food and also to hear some live music. We found both here although the music was more jazz/reggae than African but it was still an enjoyable meal and the music was not too loud.
We had the fried fish (tilapia) with ugali (maize flour) and ate with our fingers the traditional way (although knives and forks were available)...and drank the local tucker beer.
The restaurant is upstairs so its not obvious when trying to find it. it has a roof terrace so you can eat on the terrace or under cover.
A recommended experience if you get the chance
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