You Asked For It

And by “you” I mean @confusedconfuser who commented on a blog post I wrote saying she’d live vicariously through my posts about Nairobi Restaurant Week (P.S. if you’re reading now, thanks for reading all the way from Seychelles! ๐Ÿ™‚ ). But I also mean “you” in the broader sense… All […]

Blogger’s Night Out || Clay Oven

It was the fastest BlogOut dinner with EatOut Kenyaย thatย I have ever attended. Honestly we were in and out of Clay Oven in about two hours.ย Are we vets to the process? Sure. Were we tired after a long day of work? Probably. Was the food a little lackluster? Unfortunately, yes. With […]

A French Themed Night at the Travelers Restaurant

The Hilton in Nairobi was one of the the first major international hotel chains to openย in Kenya in 1969. The Hilton now sits on a great piece of property in the Central Business District (CBD)ย surrounded by the hustle and bustle of everyday Nairobi life. Jacquie and I were invited to […]

Bloggers Night Out || Furusato

EatOut Kenya recently invited me to join five other bloggers for dinner at Furusato. This dinner was hosted in light of the new sushi themed Yummy Magazine ย that will be released later this week. Of course I said I would go (who in their right mind turns down free food?) […]

An eye-opening experience: Dining in the Dark || Gizani

Disclaimer: This post containsย spoilers of the dining in the dark experience with Gizani. Thanks to EatOut Kenya, I had the opportunity to experience dining in the dark with Gizani at Sevens Restaurant at the Village Market. Gizani is Swahili for “in the dark” and is a new experientialย concept in Nairobiย inspired […]

Treat Yoself Tuesday || Mambo Italia

This past Tuesday, I treated myself to a meal at Mambo Italia at Lavington Curve. As you may know,ย Mambo Italia recently had a makeover right before Nairobi Restaurant Week. They completely redid their outdoor patio and it’s looking really good! This renovationย was just the face lift they needed to make […]

About Thyme || Feb. 3, 2015 7:30PM

About Thyme and I have a special relationship and here’s why:

I first visited About Thyme when I was 16 years old with my family. It was this little unknown restaurant that we’d never been to but decided to give it a shot for my birthday dinner. My mother, father, brother and I ventured out of our comfort zone (Furusato) for this special occasion. My father in particular is an advocate for trying new things and I begrudgingly (in all my teenage angst) went with it.