This was my second visit to this restaurant after 20 years. I did try some of the wild meat like antelopes 20 years ago. But this was banned in 92/93 where you can't hunt for these wild animals and get them into your stomach anymore.
Nevertheless, I love this restaurant as the atmosphere was very nice once we entered. The big BBQ grill station captured every visitors' attention. We were in a organised tour. The set lunch consisted of salad, bread and soup, followed by different rotation of grilled meat including beef, pork, chicken, ostrich, crocodile, then beef, pork ....
There was a small flag in each table. You can just put down your flag when you think you have enough as a carnivore, otherwise they will keep coming besides you and slice the meat on your plate until you surrender.
Don't forget to complete your meal with a genuine Kenyan coffee:)
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