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September 23, 2011
From journal Starting the Adventure in Nairobi
October 17, 2006
From journal Hanging in Nairobi
by Dr. Mitch
Agoura Hills, California
September 18, 2005
From journal My Journey into East Africa
July 21, 2004
From journal Kenyan Safari 2004
by Tania Riddell
Gold Coast, Australia
March 30, 2004
From journal Dreams Do Come True
Wakefield, United Kingdom
September 16, 2003
The main food on offer, as the name would suggest, is nyama choma or barbecued meat. This usually includes pork, beef, chicken, etc and about four types of game meat, all of which you can see being spit roasted as you enter the restaurant. There are also other foreign foods on offer, and there's a good vegetarian buffet--if vegetarians can stomach being there to start with.
One of the main attractions is the all-you-can-eat option. This costs KSh1600 (£15/$22) and for that you get the waiters to slice as much meat as you want straight onto your plate at the table whenever you want. If you want to try some game meat but don't really fancy paying £15 for it, then there's a platter available which has your choice of meat (plenty of it) and costs KSh350 (£3.20/$4.60). I tried hartebeest, warthog, zebra, and crocodile. All were nice except the crocodile, which was really meaty but tasted strongly of fish. I'm told that impala is very good.
Matatus and buses #15 and #24 (aswell as others) go past here on the main road but this leaves you with a 1km walk and a taxi is a better option. All in all this place is a bit different, definitely worth a visit and doesn't have to be expensive.
From journal Nairobi Needn't Mean Nairobbery for You
Little Rock,, Arkansas
February 20, 2001
From journal African Safari