We had a nice three course lunch in the beautiful garden with linen cloth and a good selection of both food and drink. The tamarind prawns with piri piri were excellent, as was the childrens quesadillas and caesar salad. A tasty bruschetta for starters plus a nice little dessert sampler completed the evidence that this chef knows his/her stuff. Prices are reasonable with European standards and this is the perfect middsy break whilst touring the Karen areas POIs. The place is frequented with tourists and we saw few locals during our time. Only complaint Is that the service was below par, even though the place was just half full. In all fairness, this seemed more of a problem in the kitchen as we saw waitresses hanging around restlesslytelling us that food was on the way. I do however prefer to have my coffee at the same time or after dessert, nor the other way around. All in all, the best eatery we experienced in Kenya to date.
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