Visited here in Nov 2010 and again August 2011 as part of my "do I want to move to Nanyuki" trip. It's a bit hard to find, but on the A2 as you leave Nanyuki on the north road towards Isiolo. There's a sign not far after the church and then about 300m down the bumpiest dirt road makes you wonder if you took the right turn. Once you get there it's nestled in some woods, it's part of a lodge and hotel, but the restaurant is open to all, and frequented by a mix of locals and expats. Service isn't the fastest, but neither is it tedious. Just plan on enjoying the time with friends / family etc. Plenty of european style food on the menu and some specials the chef has made up. Nothing to fault. My six year old step daughter has been both times and though she is fussy has filled up, so was allowed the ice cream ;-)
The place is like a big converted barn, very spacious but... If your there after dark take a jacket as it gets a bit chilly. Just outside the door is a log fire - and both times I've been there I've ended sat there swapping stories and phone numbers. I'd have to say, if I wanted to start a bar this this isthe kind of place like to own. It's unique, rustic and you wouldn't know you are just on the edge of town.
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