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It has been a while since I did a restaurant review. Before Christmas, I got to visit a restaurant called 45 Degrees Kitchen in Garden Estate. To get there by matatu, board a Thika Road matatu with Roasters as one of its stops and then ask to be dropped at Garden Estate/Naivas/Roasters, and take a motorbike to 45 Degrees (they know). You should pay 50/=. for the motorbike ride. In case you need to know how to get to other restaurants I have reviewed by matatu, comment on the restaurant post, and I will respond and update the post with the necessary information.

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In the last blog post, I talked about my Restaurant experience at an Indian Restaurant at The Hub – The Mayura. In case you missed out on that post, you can read it here.

Remember me saying the experience I had was authentic and very ‘Indian’? Well, it was more than just the ambience, theme and decor that made this experience ‘one-to-remember’.

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Some say that eating a lollipop in public makes you look like less of a ‘lady’. Others even say, that boys shouldn’t eat lollipops. I completely disagree! Lollipops are fun and should be enjoyed by people of all ages; whether man or woman. Whichever category you are in, kindly don’t shy away from reading this post; because walking around with a stick in your mouth is truly not a big deal. So, take out the lollipop that’s just been sitting around somewhere in the house, or has been at the bottom of your bag; unwrap it, and let’s get to know some lollipops! Continue reading “Lollipops in Kenya.”