The Aromas coffee joint looks like your average Kigali eatery. It is a small eatery in front of Kigali college of Education in Kimironko city suburb in the same building with EWSA. The coffee is amazing and the food is as delicious as it is affordable.
For an economical alternative to the brunch buffet, come here for scrumptious pancakes and fruit smoothies.
The cafe itself is a bit bright, with the sun baking you through the giant window from early in the afternoon. The Aromas Coffee is a comfortable eatery and is an easy to find, the small place smells of good food especially with some beautiful cakes and bread on display. There is space inside the coffee house and a nice view on the balcony with a cool breeze.
The space for Aromas coffee is small but enough to accommodate its regular clients most of whom come from around the place and others coming over from different places in town. Fish Fillet is among the many specialties offered at Aromas.
Aromas offers buffet at Rwf2, 500 which is not so much considering the prices of different places around town. The soft drinks cost only Rwf500. Among their main specialties include coffee, tea and various juices of Rwf1, 000 to Rwf1, 500 depending on the size.
The buffet comprises of different local food at its best. The place has wonderful cappuccinos and smoothies I would recommend for tasting.
Being in the ground floor of the building, Aromas coffee has enough parking enough spaces for its clientele with watchmen that ensure the safety of the parked cars.
Aromas have a regular clientele from all over Kigali town. With better customer services Aromas coffee is a great place, but some of the prices particularly for the in- house made cakes are high considering the size offered.
This place is one of my favourites for their affordable prices, nice atmosphere, and tasty food. It has yet to be discovered in a big way, so it makes a great place to hide away.