Eating Out

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Valentines at Caramel

Fancy a sumptuous dinner over this Valentine’s weekend? Well I have the perfect plot for you and dare I say it wouldn’t require you breaking the bank. A few days ago, some bloggers and I had the privilege of going behind the scenes at the Caramel Lounge kitchen. Chef Sylvester […]

 
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Ocean Basket: Sushi 101

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear Sushi? Me: RAW FISH!! Up until recently I thought eating sushi meant eating raw fish! Yep! For most people in this part of the world, read Kenya, seafood is not something we eat on a daily basis […]

 

Quickie Review : Ki.chen

I am back at work and I usually carry lunch, but today I decided to try out something different. I had earlier seen reviews of ki.chen from Facebook and I figured I could try them out. The rider bringing my order was running late and I received a message from their […]

 
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Sunday Brunch at The Intercontinental Hotel

For most people Sunday is family day and what better way to enjoy family time than to bond over good food. If you are anything like me, perhaps you’ve been busy cooking the other days of the week so a break is more than needed and in comes Sunday brunch. […]

 
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Cafe Maghreb #NRW2015

How often do you get to see how a meal is prepared at your favourite restaurant? Never, thought so. Well last week courtesy of my friend Rachael and the lovely team at Nairobi Serena Hotel I had the priviledge of visiting their kitchen. Not only did we get engulfed in […]

 

Nairobi Restaurant Week 2014

Are there restaurants in Nairobi that you’ve always wanted to visit but didn’t for the fear of them being a bit out of your pocket? Well fear no more, Eatout together with other partners brings to you Nairobi Restaurant Week, participating restaurants will have menus priced at either Ksh. 1250 […]

 

Xi’an Chinese Restaurant

As much as I love cooking and trying out new recipes, I equally enjoy eating out. Eating out has its benefits like not having to ask “Leo Tunapika?” , or clean up after all the cooking. Other benefits are, I get to sample different foods and get inspirations on which […]