After reading the reviews (both good and bad) I decided to take my wife for a little dining cultural experience. I looked at their menu from the web site and was ready for the minimal variety. Agreed the buffet did lack a large choice of meats, and contained plenty of lentils, but so what. Before you go to a unique restaurant, look a bit into the history of the culture and see what is traditionally served. I never had lentils prepared in so many different flavors and textures (note to self…the brown ones are Very Spicy). The atmosphere was quaint and would have felt slightly closed in if more diners where present at the time I would say. I took the advice of one critic and did try the home made ice cream (Mango) and the coffee which was delicious. Also, a special delight was a nice ice cold bottle of African Beer (from Kenya). The food was continuously being replaced fresh and hot, the restaurant clean and tidy, and the waitress very friendly. I found the whole dining experience very memorable.
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