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Monday, March 6, 2017

Restaurant review: Cafè Lalays in Hargiesa, Somaliland

(Nima - Life in Town)- Restaurants are one of the many things Hargeisa is exceedingly getting developed at.
Being a foodie, I am always on the look out for new restaurants so which ever offers great food that’s worth my dollar bills is my new favorite.

First I was introduced to this restaurant by my friends who took me there on my 20th birthday and to tell you it blew me away would be an understatement. 
I loved everything from the dećor to the food not to forget the atmosphere. It’s everything you would look for in a restaurant and even more, the staff are super friendly and strive to satisfy their customers and make them feel at home.
You might think that am being a little over dramatic here, please bare with me I know what I am saying. The place just feels so warm and cozy it would be hard to leave.
It’s  the kind of place you would want to enjoy reading a book, take a special someone and make great memories together or bring your squad for a good hangout and laughs because I assure you it’s the most suitable place.
Services they offer:
They offer all kinds of famous somali dishes, American food, beverages and desserts.
One of my favorites is the meatball wraps and cheesecake for my sweet tooth. Call me crazy but I’ll happily confess that I can drink all kinds of drinks they put on my table.
Their American dishes trust me wouldn’t disappoint. One of their special dish, meatball sizzler with chips is my weakness.
There are the qaaci nights where you can enjoy somali classic music  under the view of the moon and stars, could it  get any more romantic? 
You can host dinner parties or any sort of small parties and get all the privacy you need at the same time.

If you haven’t been there yet let me tell you, you’re missing out on alot so please go and check it out. You will know where I am coming from then.
You can also visit their facebook page
@cafe lalays 
Location: togdheer area, near salam secodary school.