Ugali na Nyama @Road House Karen

My Take: I’ll admit my first impression of the place wasn’t that good, I thought it looked rather ‘local’ for a joint in Karen. When I was first told about Road House Karen, I had pictured something totally different. Something similar to Pamba, Fogo Gaucho or those other Brazilian steak houses. Don’t get me wrong, am not hating on the place, I actually did ended up enjoying my time there, just that I had initially envisioned something different. Now, to the food…I cannot remember a place where I’ve had Choma done that good!! Most places are over-hyped and serve more bones than meat, or serve those nasty, fatty cuts of meat, but no, not this place. Both the Choma and the Beef Fry were 💯 ‘magnifique’ , hands down the best meat I’ve had this year. The drinks are also really affordable – local beers going for about Ksh.180 ✅ ✅ . I actually dare  anyone to find a cheaper joint in Karen. Had a good time and enjoyed the food, a very nice place for hanging out with the boys for Choma and drinks

Location: Darosa Plaza, Karen Road (View on Map)

Fish and Ugali @Kosewe’s (Ronalo’s Restaurant)

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My Take: Ugali is considered to be the ultimate Kenyan dish, served with meat and vegetables, some would call it the staple food of Kenyans. One of the best places to enjoy Ugali, especially with fish and traditional vegetables is undoubtedly Ronalo’s restaurant located in the heart of the Nairobi CBD. Its famous for its tasty fish and generous quantities.
Price:ApproxKsh. 500
Location: Kimathi Street, Nairobi. (View on Map)

Ugali and Fish/Beef Stew @ Da Place

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My Take: So finally took a road trip to Kisumu (read Kisum) City, and you know what they say, “when in Rome…” The fish was as tasty as it looks, but took forever to eat the damn thing, watching out for all those bones and all, was worth it though, #teamFillet for life \o

Desc: Fish, Ugali and Sukuma

Price: Ksh. 250

Location: Da Place, Kisumu  (View on Map)

Kenyan dishes @ Amaica westlands

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My Take: Amaica is best known for it’s African dishes. Took my lady for a birthday dinner here and we had a great time, the entire staff incl the chef brought complimentary cake while singing ‘happy birthday’ 🙂 – cool stuff right there! We had an assortment of African dishes and twas yummy – my apologies for the not-so-awesome pic
Desc: 3 Course meal:- Starter: Ox Tail Soup, Main: Rice, Ugali, Chapati, Smoked beef in peanut, Fish, Grilled Chicken, Mushrooms… Dessert: Swiss roll
Price: Ksh. 1500
Location: Amaica – Peponi Rd (View on Map)