She Ate The City

Uber Eats is Now in Nairobi !

Uber’s food ordering and delivery platform, Uber Eats , is now in Nairobi! The official launch, which took place on 29th May 2018, has seen Nairobi become the fourth city in Africa (after Johannesburg, Durban and Capetown) where the platform is operating. The Uber Eats app, is available for both iOS and …

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10 Must-Try Street Foods in Lamu Town

Skyward Express gave me the chance to explore Lamu Island some time beginning of this month. Top on my priority list was learning as much as I could about the authentic and common foods enjoyed in the historic town;  and what better way to do this other than sampling the street …

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Giligilani : Bringing Fresh Herbs to Your Doorstep

Giligilani Fresh Herbs is a Kenyan based agricultural enterprise that specializes in the growing and supplying of a variety of fresh culinary herbs for both commercial and domestic purposes.  The name ‘Giligilani’ is the Swahili word for coriander, the most commonly used herb in Kenya. What inspired Giligilani? Ms. Elsie …

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A Taste of Iftar at Adega, Nairobi

Having grown up in the coastal region, Ramadhan was generally an exciting period for me.  (and not for the right reasons, I must say).  You see, our next door neighbour was a large Swahili family, the Mwinyi’s , who happened to be very fond of us. During Iftar, they’d send …

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Dining on Company Dime: Brew Bistro, Westlands

 Today it’s not She Ate the City, but rather a case of “He Ate the City” …on company chumz. I bet you’re jealous 🙂 NB//: All expressions and images in this post solely belong to the writer. ***** Brew Bistro recently opened up a new branch in Westlands. It is …

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Scenes From The Chapati Forum

Last Saturday (18th) , I joined other volunteers at the Chapati Forum that went down at the Moi Avenue Primary School. The Chapati Forum is a charity initiative organized by some youths to feed street families. With living on the streets, most of these families  do not get a chance to …

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Lunch at The Vineyard

On Wednesday, my newly found buddy and die-hard coffee lover, Kelvin, headed over to the Vineyard Bar and Restaurant along Rhapta road to check out the place. This was after much praise from Kelvin about the Pizza at the joint. We were met by the Restaurant Manager Ms. Sarah (a …

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Pizza-Up during the 360 Degrees Pizza Marathon

Nothing quite tickles a Foodies’ fancy more  than hearing “discount” and “food” on the same sentence. When I first heard about 360 Degrees Pizza Marathon I knew it was a must-attend; never mind the fact that it’s  mid-month and my bank account is out there competing with the Kalahari in …

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NRW2016: Thorn Tree Cafe, Sarova Stanley

My first time at the Sarova Stanley’s Thorn Tree Cafe was during the Nairobi Pizza Week last year. Before that, I’d picture the image of how the place looks like from the colonial themed novels about the Brits in Kenya. We had a great time at the place with the …

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