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Enjoy Kenyan Delicacies At Sarova Panafric Every Thursday Till End Of October

written by Yoga David 14th October 2013

Sarova’s Flame Tree Restaurant has be showcasing Kenya’s rich culinary cuisine in their weekly theme dubbed ‘Best of Kenya’ (BOK).

Their week one  focus was on Western and Nyanza cuisine under their official opening of the celebrations.

Check out our photo bl0g of what happened at The Flame Tree.

Some sumptuous 'Mbuta' being cooked

Some sumptuous ‘Mbuta’ being cooked

Broth being prepped too

Broth being prepped too

Popular Luo dish 'Aliya' being stewed

Popular Luo dish ‘Aliya’ being stewed

Executive Chef Godfrey Ouda

Executive Chef Godfrey Ouda

Assisting chefs

Assisting chefs

Popular Luhya dish 'Igokho' being prepped

Popular Luhya dish ‘Igokho’ being prepped

Chef Godfrey Ouda and his assistants posing for a group Photo

Chef Godfrey Ouda and his assistants posing for a group Photo

More 'Igokho'

More ‘Igokho’

Chef Godfrey Ouda checking out on some of the delicacies

Chef Godfrey Ouda checking out on some of the delicacies

more of serving

more of serving

" This is how you serve" seems like that is what he  is telling his colleagues

” This is how you serve” seems like that is what he is telling his colleagues

 

Don’t forget to go to Flame Tree Restaurant every Thursday til end of October for delicious Kenyan dishes from Eastern, North Eastern, Central, Rift Valley and  Coastal which will be on the Main closing of celebrations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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