We went there on a Saturday evening for dinner. We were promptly seated. The ambience was really cool. The lady there was very nice and kind enough to explain the menu.We ordered a Yassa Chicken and a Saka-Saka with a glass of cold Bissap and a glass of Gingembe. The two drinks were very tasty, potent and refreshing. They definitely didn't cut corners in making those drinks. The Yassa Chicken was very tender, tangy and paired really well with rice. The Saka-Saka (lamb, shrimp and crab meat in cassava leaf gravy) was by far one of the most savory and well balanced dishes I have ever had. The lamb was very well cooked.The portion sizes were huge and so the cost of around $15 for dinner is well justified. We were full to the brim by the time we were done. I highly recommend this place to anyone who wants to try something new. I will definitely visit this gem of a place again.