The place has awesome viazi vya karai, mahamri (not maandazi) vibibi, kaimati, mkate wa sinia, bhajia za Kiswahili (I prefer bhajia za kihindi though) and to top it all they make the real ukwaju to go with the viazi karai. Damn! I have never been happier. And there was some masala tea to wash down all that! So Nakeel, si you mentioned something about ukwaju? Now?
The prices aren’t thaaaat bad. A dozen of kaimati goes for 120kshs. Kaimati moja 12 bob. A bit outrageous but this is
I heard they serve biriani – have to try that out next time I am there.