The contemporary design attracting me towards its doors, and that wasn’t just from the outside CJ’s. Seeing just enough through the floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, I slowly blended into a rich mid-century interior decor.
Unfortunately, felt a bit squeezed as I decided which way was up. The hostess “Waitress” invited us in, not warmly, more like categorising you.
Ooops! If are two, you are not allowed to sit at a table set for four (all whose background are a mimicked oil painting of west facing side of Koinange Street)
Compact tables, tight spaces! Add that to over filled small plates and served with a force and knife. How do you move about? Every 7 minutes, someone drops silverware.
The Menu, non descriptive, I mean, you wouldn’t know what is vegetarian, dairy, soy or nut free.
The food, blunt if not dry or both. The chicken tenders pale looking dry. Onions rings soaked tooth too much batter. Grilled chicken over cooked and moist skin dye yo covering while hot. Symptoms of precooked and delivered food I.e there isn’t a kitchen on site.
Latte was okay, juice was uncrafty!
The quantity is a lot and their prices are affordable
Tried their jerk chicken which is on offer served with a side rice, some plantain and salad which was delectable and great value for money. For drinks, I had the peach lemonade which was a win.