Tag: Nairobi

Taste Awards 2015: My Two Cents

If you’re plugged into the foodie scene here in Nairobi, you have heard the buzz around the 2015 Taste Awards. As some of you may know, I had the privilege of attending the Taste Awards this year which were held at the contemporary Dusit hotel. I’d like to share with […]

A French Themed Night at the Travelers Restaurant

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

Veni, Vidi, Vino: I came, I saw, I wined

Confession: I’ve never been to a wine tasting… Well, not at a venue where wine and food pairing is done. The only wine tasting I’ve done is at a vineyard, which is very different from my experience at  Salt Bar & Grill. Salt offers wine/whiskey and food pairings about once every […]

An afternoon at Que Pasa Karen

For those of you who may not know, “que pasa” is Spanish for “what’s up?” or “what’s going on?” and in this case, Que Pasa is que pasa. This neighborhood joint in Karen has been frequented many a time by my friends and I on weekend nights out. On Friday […]

Mama’s Patisserie

Have you ever wanted to visit France? Trick question because, who hasn’t? Mama’s Patisserie is a slice of Paris tucked into a corner of ABC Place. ABC has grown from a kind of dumpy square to a nice destination for an array of cuisines. Now you have all sorts of dining options: Caramel […]

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  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 contains 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 experiential concept in Nairobi inspired […]