A little hard to find, down a side street from the center of town. It is near the railroad tracks, which should serve as a good landmark. Worth tracking down. A beautiful little place, with an interior dining room as well as an outdoor patio under large shade trees. Authentic Shona dishes are featured, for the adventurous diner. More conventional guests will find plenty of other choices on the menu. Frequently out of certain things on the menu, a good indicator of the local sourcing of key ingredients. Often there are unusual daily specials, such as crocodile steaks or kudu stew. Open for lunch and dinner. Worth at least one visit, and if you are in town for a few days, you will probably go back.
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