Tacos, Tortas & Tostadas.

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This is the follow-up post on the Mercado Restaurant Post. In case you haven’t read it yet, please do before you read this one. Trust me, the pictures are worth it!

The whole Mercado family (from the waiters, to the manager to the chef and even the owners!) are very kind. Once in Mercado, you don’t want to leave. They operate like one big family unit and are kind and patient to all their visitors. While here, I got to try a number of their cocktails and mocktails. See their drinks menu here.

Continue reading “Food at Mercado Mexican Restaurant.”

BUTTERCREAM BEAUTIES BY ELIKI.

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As you know, I have been trying to feature pastries on Kulanini because I realised, so many of us need a cake or a pastry, for one occasion or another. I am trying to balance food, restaurant, snack, kibanda etc. reviews (if you have any in mind, kindly nominate them in the comment section below.)  Please bear with me as I organise myself and enjoy yet another cake review! It’s all about creamy cakes and eye-catching decoration.

Continue reading “Cakes by Mpishi & Nina.”

FANCY 4 COURSE MEAL WITH WINE PAIRINGS.

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As promised, here is the food post accompanying the 45 Degrees Kitchen Restaurant Post. The famous 45 Degrees Kitchen is one of the only fine dining restaurants we have in Kenya and I hear, is named after the 45 degree angle that most chefs sharpen their knives at. The rustic restaurant with a simple design offers dishes founded on American dishes and greatly influenced by the Italian and French Cuisine.

Continue reading “Food at 45 Degrees Restaurant – Garden Estate.”