My favorite part of my experience at Amani ya Juu... EVERYTHING! I make a bi-annual visit to Amani for the food, fellowship... and SHOPPING! I place my lunch order at the café and then go shopping in the store. By the time I have made my purchases with the divine Maggie, the store manager, my sumptuous meal awaits me in the lovely garden outdoor restaurant. I highly recommend the Amani Salad, the homemade soups, and the pumpkin muffins... to die for! All of the salads are great and huge, a half portion is available. The store sells crafts made by the refugee women that Amani employs. If you have time, ask for a tour of the workshop, it is amazing and the women inspiring, are hard at work. The chapel on premise is special, not to be missed. Maggie can make it all happen... she represents the soul of Amani. I would visit just to see her! My favorite place to buy gifts to take back to the US. The prices are very fair, based on the quality and uniqueness of the products. You won't want to miss this hidden gem. Give my regards to Maggie, the café staff, and the hard working women crafters when you visit. Tell them Kasyoka sends her love!