My wife and were famished after an unusually long day across the border and were looking for a a place to have a meal. We happened to stumble over this quaint restaurant on 8th Street in Burnaby that we had heard about recently.
The restaurant itself is very well decorated. There are plenty of tables to accomodate individuals to large groups. The good thing is the kitchen is closed off; therefore, your clothes don't smell as much when you walk out.
Why does anyone go to a restaurant? To eat... And we were not disappointed.
The menu choices are not that extensive; however, a good variety of Indo-African dishes that most East Africans would be familiar with and want to eat. There are daily specials listed on a chalk board entitled "What's cooking?"
We chose to try the hot chicken wings as a starter, which were "heated" just right so we didn't need to douse them further with anymore hot sauce.
Our main course was the Kimma Curry with Rotis rather then rice. Again, spiced right with a nice consistency. Very tasty!
They have a good selection of desserts too that we will have to try on our next visit.
Naz and his server Anouska provided good service.
We look forward to being back. Anyone reading this review should try it too. You won't be disappointed.
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