The tasting menu experience is always awesome and the idea of this restaurant is great - only open 2 nights a week, less than 20 people per night, everybody served at once, etc. Food is definitely good for Rwanda, but wouldn't compare at all to a similar style restaurant in a big city in the US or Europe. They don't offer wine pairing and when you ask about the few wines they have the wife will tell you she doesn't know anything about them. You'll leave spending about $100 per person and have a great time, but you won't feel like it was really worth $100. Owners are really nice and I've seen that they offer Cuban food sometimes (Chef is Cuban), which I'd be willing to go back once more to try.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.