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Balmaya Arts Restaurant
Ranked #24 of 49 Restaurants in Freetown
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Reviewed June 7, 2013

Lovely restaurant run by lovely erudite woman Joy. One of the top places in Freetown. Try the ground nut stew, or lobster

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Reviewed June 1, 2013

Well situated in Congo Cross, good meeting place. Food very ordinary and drinks way over priced.Clean with outside and inside eating areas.

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Reviewed May 2, 2013

This place is a nice spot for lunch meetings. They have a good variety of dishes and I thought the food was fine. The fruit juice here is really good.

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Reviewed April 12, 2013

I always pass by the retaurant and it seems to be busy with a good clientele for the expatriates living in Freetown. I went there once and found it quite expensive. The quality was nice though...I think I bought some meat pie.

Thank 598HaroldW
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Reviewed October 17, 2012

Clean and decent place with a daily menu on the chalkboard and a printed menu with sandwiches, grills and salads. Fairly reasonable prices with shrimps at 50,000 and crepes at 35,000. The fruit juices are good and they have real coffee – not just Nescafe.

Serving staff are smartly dressed in uniform and attentive – they actually ask you what you want rather than having to be called over. The nearby road is noisy, but hey, this is Freetown!

Other lunch diners were expats discussing hunger alleviation while tucking into steak sandwiches, or tapping away at laptops. Women eating on their own were quite at ease. CHSStockholm's review sums it up well.

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