LE MUST, Kiyovu’s hot spot
Knowing how to relax is vital for one’s health and well-being, it also helps in restoring the passion and joy in your life. To many, relaxing means being at home and watching Television or lying on the bed.
Relaxing could also mean hanging out and meeting people or in simple terms, what we call socializing and this is the best way to relax especially after a long day’s stress and strain. Hanging out is a common slang used mostly by students and young working class and it’s always about adventure and having fun.
Some of these places may include bars, discotheques, beaches, and cultural centres among others and these are located mainly in busy or noisy places.
The most popular way that people do hangout is going to bars and discotheques and these are not common in up market places like Kiyovu and this makes LE MUST pub and discotheque a surprise and exclusive hot spot.
Located in Kiyovu, just above the German embassy, LE MUST pub and discotheque, is a new hot spot that is taking Kigali by storm. Its location offers quiet and secure environment that attracts mainly the middle-aged working class people, tourists and of course youth from all circles of life.
LE MUST pub and discotheque is very quiet outside and has got a really cool ambiance inside. Unique interior design is what welcomes you. A fully stocked bar is also something that the eyes cannot miss as you try to identify where to sit.
There is another well stocked bar outside with the open shade that lets in a cool breeze to even relax you the more. We managed to get in touch with the proprietor of LE MUST Miss Rosette Wihogora who not only looked elegant but also spoke very proudly of her place.
She partnered with three of her family members to have a club a few years ago that has seen their clientele grow immensely. ‘ We are open everyday and have theme nights on Thursday and Friday’ she says.
The Thursday theme night is sponsored by Carlsberg and hosted by different DJ’s and it’s the most popular night and attracts huge crowds including people from South Africa and USA.
While Friday night brings together several celebrated Dj’s and musicians from all over Kigali. This is a night where artists do come and perform and give the fans a variety and taste of real Rwandan quality music.
Other days, the bar and club usually attracts fairly small crowd and the music is played at a fairly low volume especially before 11:pm when the real party starts.
There is also a VIP section for those not interested in dancing or loud music and it’s always not busy and you will find a few young people with swag or who want to show off.
Unlike other clubs that charge membership or entrance here the entrance is free and this however, gives more purchasing powers when it comes to drinks, as one’s budget is not affected.
Food served includes Brochette for only Frw1500 while chicken is Frw 4000. Local are sold at Frw1000, while Heineken and Guinness are Frw and a glass of wines go for Frw 3000.