Tucked away on a back street, this is not the easiest place to find. But thanks to a taxi driver looking for an easier way back to the guesthouse, I made a note of it on the way by.
The place itself doesn't look like anything special, with an ordinary eating area and movies playing on the overhead TV, but don't let that fool you! The food is excellent! My wife ordered a breaded chicken dish in which the breading was interestingly seasoned. I ordered the mixed meat dish (chicken, beef kabob, and ground beef sausages) with rice and vegetables. The sausages were good if a little on the dry side, the chicken was tasty, but the beef kabobs were to die for! They were seasoned with something unlike anything else we'd ever eaten. We determined to try and find out what the ingredients are so we could make this at home!
Unfortunately, they don't take credit card, so be sure to bring enough cash.
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