Extremely informal South African restaurant in the heart of Provincetown, a refreshing alternative to the overpriced, heart-attack-on-a-plate restaurants that prevail on Commercial Street. The South African owner was charming and helpful, and did her best to be efficient until we persisted in engaging her in conversation while ordering. I thoroughly enjoyed and was satisfied by the vegan plate with hummus, stuffed grape leaves, falafel, tabbouleh, couscous salad and grilled pita. The ostrich satay was a tasty and interesting appetizer (sorry if I offend some Happy Cow readers' sensibilities here). The outdoor seating on a second-floor terrace overlooking Commercial Street isn't fancy but it's thoroughly enjoyable. The server did a good job and the owner stopped by our table in the middle of our meal to make sure all was well. We'll be back!
Two years later: Still one of the best values and fun dining experiences in P-town. I forgot to mention last time the outstanding beer menu -- not a huge selection but includes some unusual, interesting and delicious brews.
Updated from previous review on Saturday August 07, 2010