The word lunch can mean not only the meal itself, but that long-awaited break in the day—a chance to escape the daily doldrums.
No matter what your daytime routine entails, there is always that need to stop, if only for a moment, to partake a meal.
The daytime menu boasts breakfast items served until 3 pm, along with a menu of familiar, yet tasty, sandwiches. It may seem like diner-style food, but do not expect your typical greasy spoon.
The ingredients taste fresh, not greasy, and the décor is clean and hip.
There might be many restaurants at Ntcheu Boma but to find a place that meets your gourmet needs and expectations might not be an easy task.
The Grey House is an awesome place and the flavour is powerful.
A couple runs the café and prepares as well as serves customers the sumptuous meal.
The warm smiles from the old couple, the natural love between them are more than enough to coerce people who had come to fill their tummies after hours of working, crave for more.
From breakfast to the buffet lunch everything is amazing. The French fries, omelets, beef stew, local chicken and nsima everything is really great.
The front dining area is furnished with functional low tables and comfortable chairs, offering a more traditional eating experience.
Tears and embarrassment can be avoided by moving to the hidden, regular tabled seating at the back of the restaurant. Service is attentive, friendly and genuinely warm for all people.
The place also offers breakfast. A number of breakfast favorites from pancakes and eggs to scrapple and biscuits can be ordered.
For those who don’t believe breakfast ends at 10:30 am, there is a special loaded with a snappy homemade sausage, onions, peppers, tomatoes and cheddar, the omelet was nicely portioned.
The side of hash browns more resembled home fries, with large chunks of sautéed potato, peppers and onions, but, satisfied.