Disguised as a bar and grill, this colorful open-air venue actually serves more dinners than drinks (though it serves its fair share of the latter) and offers a full and creative menu. The appetizers run the gamut from wings to nachos, but the best and most imaginative is the keshi yena, a cheese rind layered with Gouda cheese and ground beef. As a main course, try the coconut shrimp, sautéed in a tasty pink cream curry sauce and served with steamed rice. The aroma of the fajitas is a good omen, and the Caribbean curry chicken is rewarding. For dessert, the fried Oreos are too intriguing to pass up.
- © Frommer's 2013