[Update: I have changed my review to 5 stars after Julia kindly reached out to me and made adjustments. She does indeed have a new menu already printed, and is actively working to resolve these kinds of issues. I wish them the best of luck, and will be sure to return soon.]I wish I could give this restaurant five stars. The owners are lovely people, they are very accommodating to vegetarians, and this is probably the only restaurant in Chicago serving authentic food from Cameroon. Most dishes are made to order and they are delicious (expect to wait a while).The problem is that the menu is unclear about the prices. Some items clearly read as though they are included but we were charged extra for them. $16 for Egusi and $5 extra for each Fufu? Also, some prices were not as advertised. D'jino was advertised on the menu at $2, but we were charged $5.99 for each one. We ordered one side of Puff Puff, but were charged for two ($8). This adds up way too fast, especially when you're blindsided by half of the charges!So, my advice at the PowerHouse is to pay in advance and check your bill closely. If you do that, you'll have a wonderful meal without disappointing surprises. The Vegetarian Groundnut Stew was phenomenal with Oat Fufu and rice. The Ndolé is also worth a visit. I hope the owners see this review and make the basic, necessary adjustments to their approach to conducting business.