Cafe is on a busy corner with no view. When there on a Tuesday night about 7:30 cafe was less than half full. We looked at the menu in the window and saw some dishes which interested us but could see no prices. This puzzled and worried us. We went inside and asked to see a menu. The woman who came up to us seemed to be the owner. She barked back that the menu was in the window. She said that they wanted to finish early as the water was being turned off and they wanted to wash the dishes before they left. This did not ring true as other restaurants a few door away were full. At this stage we looked at one another and the people in the cafe. Something wrong with the way we were dressed? No we were dressed as smartly or better that the people already dinning. She eventually gave us a menu but it did not seem to have any prices for the choices. We decided that since we did not seem to be welcome we would not ask for an explanation as to why there were no prices and just leave. We moved on to Pier One with a great view and had a fantastic meal. I have since found out that Zanzibar have a fixed minimum of $60 for two courses. For a cafe without a view sounds expensive to me even if they are not normally rude.