If you want to remember gastronomy when you are living a long time in Africa, this restaurant is perfect.
When you are inside, you don't remember you are in Africa.
Menu is not very extended but in few dishes you taste the best of the French new cuisine, all ingredients being imported.
Favorite Dish: Take the menu trilogy: you choose three plates with each time three different mini different preparations.
This place is nice for takeaway when everyone wants something different. They do pizza, burgers and fried chicken. 1 pizza, a double burger and 4 pieces of fried chicken cost about US$25 so not all that cheap but couldn't complain about the food.
Service is fast - food is fresh and tasty. The menu said Aloo Mutter, I asked for Aloo Mutter Gobi and they said no problem. We went back twice.
Dinner for three including drinks was about US$40.
Apparently this place is also a hotel, although I didn't see the rooms
Favorite Dish: Aloo Mutter Gobi, Chicken Mahknie, vegetable rice
Upscale environment, delicious French/Belgian influenced cuisine (everything from mussels to three cuts of steak to various types of fish to pasta to American-style BBQ ribs). The outdoor patio is simply lovely, with two large trees firmly ensconced therein; almost like eating in a beautiful treehouse albeit on the ground. Large umbrellas provide more-than-adequate shade at lunchtime, and dinnertime can be lively yet not overly crowded or insane. Just celebrated (Feb 24, 2005) my 39th birthday there with 10+ friends and could not have had a better time. Highly recommended.