Nice location, has a great farm yard feel too it, with the horses and chickens walking around. The combination of Jackel and Hide works fabulously well. The menu is straight forward, food is well prepared and fresh. The cake counter could do with a little more inducement . Tree house and swing for the kids, but you will need to watched them, they big and high.
It is busy on weekends, it attracts the overpaid idealistic, hopeless, members of the aid and donor community who tend to gather and reminisce about their home country.
The waitresses are slow and disorganized, the coffee is French press, but good. It is in desperate need of an esspresso unit.
If you visiting the Great City of Lusaka, I would highly recommend a trip out. I do not believe that you will be disappointed.
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