Eating Out:Sole Luna

Set in a beautiful secret garden, Sole Luna is not an Italian Restaurant, it’s a small piece of Italy in Rwanda; this cozy Italian Restaurant is located on the main road between the Chez Lando and the Parliament buildings. To get there, take the Kimironko bus to Chez Lando, cross to the Kobil petrol station and, turn right. It’s about a five minute walk down the hill on the left.

Set in a beautiful secret garden, Sole Luna is not an Italian Restaurant, it’s a small piece of Italy in Rwanda; this cozy Italian Restaurant is located on the main road between the Chez Lando and the Parliament buildings. To get there, take the Kimironko bus to Chez Lando, cross to the Kobil petrol station and, turn right. It’s about a five minute walk down the hill on the left.

This Bistro is one of the oldest in Kigali! It has been in business f for almost a decade! It opens Monday to Monday. The ambiance here is very pleasant; the décor is also warm and welcoming. You can sit out under a canopy of flowering vines or up on a platform overlooking the twinkling lights of the city.

With the menu covering an extensive and affordable selection of pizzas, pastas, calzones and even boasts a selection of wine. They also have a wide range of toppings, often with a topical theme such as the Kibuye or the Cyangugu.

Ordering pizzas at this pizza house is not an easy task, not with 85 pizzas to choose from. The prices are reasonable. Ranging from 3,200 Rwf for a margarita pizza up to closer to Rwf 6,000 for more fancy varieties

A mixed salad goes for 2,900, spaghetti boognaise costs 3,900 and beef lasagne is pricey at 5,900 which is the same price as a steak dish. A glass of wine is 2,500), a large Primus is 1,500 and a soda is 600.

-The staffs are friendly and attentive
-the good points; a bit hard to locate
-The toilet; clean
-the crowd; mostly white expats

 

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