Safari Snack House serves East African cuisine.
Went here for lunch on the weekend. The atmopshere is not that great. Paper plates etc. Their appy's were good and the service was good. I thought it was a bit expensive for what they gave you. Their mogo was good and beef balls. They gave a good coconut chutney with it. Looks like lots of take out orders. It's in a strip mall so parking is difficult.
We went in with few of my wifes friends and mine who were visting from france, the food was great out of this world its a busy little place
Best time to eat there is when this young guy works (I think he is part time) he speaks french he is funny plesant always smiling and my girlfriend sayes good looking also (Bonus for the ladies) and when he is there food comes on time and perfect
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Safari Snack House! I prefer East African Samosa's to any other and really, these are the best in town and taste home made - cooked to every order. Like mentioned in a previous post, parking is awful there but once inside you won't be disappointed.
I love Safari snack house, but there is NEVER any parking out front, so you have to pick your times. The Beef kebabs are the best in the city, 4 for 5 bucks last I checked, and they are unbeatable. It's the only reason I go there. Other stuff is pretty good, like samosas and their sweet dishes which are on display, but the kebabs are to die for.
This small, but very busy restaurant offers dine-in or take-out. They offer mostly finger food and sweets. Some of my favorites are the chicken samosas, mogo and parantha. Daily specials differ from day to day and are usually a tasty sauce or stew to eat over rice.
I highly recommend to anyone who likes the flavorfully spicey food of Eastern African food. If you've never tried Eastern African food, it has similarities to Indian food, but incorporates a variety of other ingredient such as cassava and cilantro for a unique flavor.
The astmosphere is lacking though and the prices are a little high, but the service and food are good.