• The outside dining area: Open and sunny. Very refreshing after cold and wintry weather back home!
• There was a huge sink outside to wash your hands. The sign reads, in the Kenyan customarily polite way: Polite Notice: Kindly Do Not Spit or Wash Your Face In the Hand Wash Basin. Handwashing before the meal is necessary, since traditional Kenyan food is eaten without utensils.
• One friend ordered a whole fried tilapia fish!
• We also had plates full of sukuma wiki, a local green that is chopped and lightly cooked. It's very similar to kale.
• The ubiquituous chapati. Very chewy and delicious here!
• My chicken dish, alongside a plate of ugali. The customary way to eat your food was to break off small bits of chapati or ugali and wrap it around bites of meat and greens.
• All Coke bottles in Kenya are glass; we didn't see any plastic soda bottles at all.
• The washing-up kitchen was behind us; plates were whisked away the moment we leaned back.
The name of the eatery is Ranalo Foods' Kosewe, and we highly recommend it, if you'll be in Nairobi any time soon!