I eat at all these pretty frequently
- Laughing Buddha – Indian fusion!
- Clarice Guest House – really good matokes and fried beans
- Tich Nam – authentic Kenyan food
- Mama Tracy’s – also very authentic, though may not be vegetarian friendly
- Java House – I’m sad to list this, because Java House is a chain (like Starbucks) but they have really good breakfast sandwiches and smoothies
I was in Nariobi for a week and decided to splurge on eating out.
- Mama Rocks
- Great burgers and shakes, lots of locations
- Silk Noodles
- Authentic Chinese noodle soups
- Taco 253
- Great tacos at the Village Market
- The Arbor Place
- Their menu rotates. I had great Malaysian food when I went
- Tasty Japanese stir fries, no vegetarian ramen though 😦
- Kesh Kesh Cafe
- Classic Ethiopian. Jess says it’s an institution in Nariobi
- Another awesome Ethiopian restaurant
Maybe we’ll add these to Harry’s list when he’s tried them.
Treating myself to a Stoney Tangawizi today.
I usually don’t like carbonated drinks, but this one ain’t bad.
I decided to make chili the other day.
As I was collecting the ingredients, I realized chili is basically kachumbari and githeri boiled together.
It’s neat how tomatoes, onions, and beans are universal.
We got a jackfruit from the market.
Golly it was smelly. They’re definitely the greener cousins of durians.
Sean, Hyunjin, and I went to the market today and I got some sweet bananas.
These are just little compared to regular bananas.
Sean says they taste much better, but I don’t think they’re any different.
They have jam jar and paneer pizza here!
Jar jam is one of the few wines I like and the paneer pizza rivals Tasty Subs and Pizza in California.
I feel so at home!