On its space is a new restaurant called l'Olive. I'm being prompted to add more to meet the minimum letter count. But really: it's not there anymore. L'Olive is good, though.
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it was good while it lasted. Michele has other plans to please his customers, he has opened two popular bistro type of bars
I went here with a friend who was visiting. She had used to live in Kinshasa and said back then Fleur de Sel was one of her favourite restaurants. Since then though, it must have gone downhill! We arrived wanting pizza, but had to ask...More
Ate here twice and is said to be the best restaurant in Kin, but the food was room temp and not very good. Found the food ok, menu decent and way over priced. Went once and did not like it, gave it another try 6...More
The place is not bad, it is not defenately the restaurant that you will remember from Kinshasa, but the food is quite nice. Service is not above the congolese average and that really disapoints you, as it can be seen that, with better service everything...More
I went there for dinner in Apr 2015 and the food was good. A bit hot outside. Service not great had to repeat several times what i wanted. The pizza was not working that day. I went there for lunch on the 30/05 and ordered...More
I had never been to Fleur du Sel but it is near the top of the list for many of my friends. I loved the outdoor terrace setting. We decided to opt for 2 appetizers, 2 cocktails, 1 dessert, one cigar. The appetizers (gambas, frog...More
Stopping here on an evening with friends can be a good idea to grab some drinks to get the night started. Like many places in Kinshasa it has slow service but the variety of cocktails is good.
Have gone here twice the last month. Once pizza and once a seafood tagliatelle. Both of very good quality, they threw in extra shrimp with the pasta. The place is convently situated though parking space is insufficient. Inside a cosy ambience with occassional mediocre live...More