When you arrive you are greeted by extremely loud Congolese rhumba that might help you pick your seat (away from the speakers). The menu is mostly Rwandan fare and some pizza and a few other things. The Thai section of their menu is tiny, but I thought I would give the Tom Kai sauce with chicken a try anyway. When it arrived the chicken was cooked well enough but there were still pieces of cartilage stuck to some of the pieces of chicken. The sauce beared no resemblance to anything Thai. It was more like a peppercorn cream sauce. I suspect no one in the kitchen has ever tasted Thai food. Despite being not what we wanted, the food was OK. The potato samosas were pretty good but about the same as anywhere else you could find in Rwanda and way more expensive.
There's a little beach and a ball if you feel like playing around.
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