Ate there with my son a couple of years ago, and the menu was a little too exotic for his tastes. We explained this to the waitress because we planned to leave and head over to the food court at Jambo House. But she urged us to stay and offered to bring us a sampler platter of different kinds of breads, and tiny cups of some of the entree dishes. The idea is you wrap a bite of meat in the bread. We decided to give it a go, and it was terrific – there was definitely one kind of bread we were crazy about (sorry I can’t remember which it was), and one of the meat dishes really stood out as well – beef short ribs. But they were all really good. Interesting flavors!
Now, let me add that we loved this sampler experience for lunch but I would not choose Sanaa for dinner. The reason is because we LOVE Boma, right next door. Seriously LOVE Boma. And we also have Jiko on our list of places to try when we can. So – if you are looking for a quirky lunch, Sanaa might be a nice choice. If you are looking for a meal that will blow you away, Boma or Jiko.