On a referral from our innkeeper, we went to Mariam's. I was curious, having spent some time in East Africa. My curiosity was sated; I had the chicken in a yogurt-peanut butter sauce with a side of a vegetable curry; my only complaint was that it could have been hotter (chili-hot, not temperature) but I can understand why they are careful. The menu is filled with standard American fare along with an impressive array of Tanzanian dishes--all printed in the native language (don't worry the words are spelled with the English alphabet)-giving it a nice feel or in my case, nostalgia. There is a bar; with lovely wines from South Africa! I wished they had some of those nice beers--Tuskers!-- from Africa but no, just the wines were from Africa. The hosts are pleasant and nice; the atmosphere is very casual and comfortable; there was an accordion player the night we were there which my friend did not like but I was fine with.
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