This quite plain restaurant has nothing fancy other than its delicious local food. It can accomodate up to 30 people utmost but the service is swift and the local dishes they serve are quite delicious, prices very reasonable. But what is more fascinating in this restaurant is that, it's part of a local initiative to empower women in the area. The organization lend money to local women so that they can open their own businesses and after a certain period of time, these women become the owner of the businesses they established with this financial support. During our lunch in this place, we met the lady owner who was cooking everything herself and knowing we indirectly supported her endeavour added a further satisfaction to our experience.
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