Heard a lot about this place being frequented by expats and peace corps types. Apprently it parties on until late. On the Sunday afternoon I was there, it was quiet, but weather great so sat under the tree drinking Mosi. Some other patrons arrived, tried the Nacho's and salsa, but did't like it. She said it was too hot. After they moved off, I sneaked a taste, salsa was fine, if cold and too watery for my taste. Ordered the Natchos with a cheese and chillie sauce. Natchos freshly made and cheese sauce certainly had a bite. Substantial serving and I certainly would,'t be able to fit a main in after. Saw mains of enchilidas and steak coming to aforementioned table who weren't initially happy. It looked fabulous and they raved about it. If I just had a few mates here right now.....Monday morning would be a haze!!!! Service good, beers cold and for Lusaka prices, pretty reasonable. Will see me again!!!
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