The restaurant is on top of the roof, but the view is not splendid unless you stick your head above the wall. It is possible to sit outside and inside, the place is reasonably clean, toilets are ok, there was a wifi but extremely unstable. Service was not bad, the girl offered a sip of juice to taste is for sugar so I could know what to order. The prices are very reasonable, especially for a place that probably aims to be at least a bit posh - cappuccino is 200 KES (they do not serve house coffee, only machine coffee, which is a huge downside for me) and so is the cocktail juice (they allegedly squeeze and make juices in the restaurant). Main course is 900, there are combos (main course, starters, salads, deserts) that are very affordable, the complete menu lunch being around 1800 KES per person. Nile perch with potatoes was really excellent and would go there any time to have it again.
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