This restaurant is worth the visit as they are not only a restaurant but a food services professional teaching establishment. The staff is well trained and working hard to make the Rwandan experience first rate.
I have not read the book but I am going to do so.
If u can afford the trip to Rwanda, you can afford to eat here. It's more about their mission, than what they serve on a plate. Although the food was good.
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