Put on your dancing shoe and join us to meet friends at the end of a working day. The bar has two different areas with a different atmosphere - one with sofas covered in bamboo strips, paired with a matching coffee table and small garden lamps, cleverly placed on the tables; the other one, more neutral, with white plastic tables and chairs, right next to the friendly bar where cocktails are made. The areas are separated by a small fountain with a statue of Kianda (the Angolan mermaid and queen of the Sea), highlighting the name of the place.
The food menu has about ten options, all snacks or quick meals, including Sushi for Japanese food lovers. As for the alcohol drinkers, the options are as varied as possible, offering wines, cocktails, aperitifs, beer and others. The most interesting thing about the menu is the description of the drinks, especially the cocktails, which give you some of the history of each in a curious and fun way. If you like history, it is a good way to entertain yourself while waiting for your requested drink.
See you there!