Set up by a Spanish NGO, this no-frills restaurant/bar caters to locals and tourists alike. Unfortunately though the food isn't a fusion of Zambian and Mexican cuisine (no goat-and-collared-greens tacos, sorry), and instead divides the menu into half Zambian dishes, half Tex Mex – the latter with mixed results. Regardless, stop by for a beer and a few tequilas – it's for a good cause.
All proceeds from here go the work they do with the community. Located across from the bus station, it's not the safest destination to walk around at night, so take a cab home after dark.