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Flame Tree Launches An Exciting New Menu

written by Fred Mwithiga 10th July 2015

The Flame Tree restaurant at the Sarova Panafric, has been a vibrant brasserie as an all in one café and has been popular for their great service and their delectable menu. Seeking to remain ahead of the pack, they unveiled their new menu on the 9th of July to an eager crowd of foodies and bloggers.

The new Flame Tree restaurant menu embodies a smart eclectic cuisine, lighter cooking techniques aimed at higher retention of nutrients, creatively designed and presented plates using pleasing colour effects, offering balanced meals with an eye to healthy eating.

Avraj Marwa the Sarova Hotels Executive Chef takes the guests through the new cuisine on the new flame tree restuarant menu.

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We had a chance to sample the delicious entrants from their new menu and it was spectacular. The roasted tomato and basil soup was rich and full of flavour and I wanted more and more of it. Their famed spicy chicken wings have been refreshed with some added flare. I think I had around six of them and honestly six more wouldn’t have hurt.

Among the new items on their menu include the bacon and cheese steak burger which we loved. The Oreo Tiramisu was a crowd favourite with most of us asking for more helpings. If you’ve always wanted to treat yourself to a sumptuous meal at Sarova Panafric, you must try out Flame Tree Restaurant and create a lasting memory. Your tummy will thank you for it!

Bacon and Cheese steak Burger

Oreo Tiramisu

Roasted Tomato and Sweet Basil Soup

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June Wanjugu Akena Opeto Selassie 12th November 2018 - 12:32 AM

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Subject: Nairobi’s InterContinental Hotel’s Flame Tree Grill and East African Politics

Dear Heads of Organizations,
Relation Management & East African Politics. – https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aQuDFMXw5X7sgznrHIgEQFq7h9zTf1P3TG8KCv90_t4/edit?usp=sharing

Dear Heads of Organizations

A few weeks ago, we wrote about a lunch outing which took place at Nairobi, Kenya during 1981 at the Nairobi Inter-Continental Hotel. Several of my male and female cousins were invited by American football players to attend, and there has been fallout from the outing which actually took place at the Flame Tree Grill Restaurant which is within the premises of the Inter-Continental Hotel. There is also another bar and restaurant, a swimming pool with a restaurant, and a shop for gifts, all of which are within the hotel’s building. There has been trouble for several reasons. Firstly, the football players and several cousins worked for the Kenya Railways company which is a short distance away. One of the Americans was the boss of the department, and he sent one of his fellow underlings to tell my female cousins who were underlings of the department, that they had to attend a lunch, even though the women had no history of socialization such as breaks or lunches or even casual conversations, with the American men who had changed to black skin while at Kenya. The women had a brother who also worked at the Kenya Railways within the next building, and they informed him of the strange demand to attend lunch. He advised them to do as they’d been instructed, but when the car with 5 women arrived at the hotel, the brother drove in a few minutes later and told the women that he’d arrived to drive them back to work. There was more troubel because another female cousin had been flown in from Bristol, Britain where her rent was left unpaid. At Nairobi, she was booked a room at the Panafric Hotel which has it’s own Flame Tree Grill Restaurant. She too was driven to the Hotel Intercontinental where she sat down with 2 male relatives and the American football players who’d changed faces for the occasion. The group had lunch but at the end of the meal, a problem reared itself and the bill was left unpaid, forcing both the Flame Tree Grill and InterContinental Hotel to call the Kenya Police, and so a police report was lodged. On the next day, the American football players, two from San Francisco and one from Los Angeles again sought a social outing, and so one of them drove to the Flora Hostel where some of my female cousins lived. He drove them back to the InterContinental Hotel where the afternoon was spent by the pool until another male cousin arrived to pick up the women who’d left a message with the receptionists of both the Flora Hostal and the Nairobi Railway Club where another woman, also a cousin of mine, lived. There was more fallout, but it was not until last night that I found out that the Americans had mentioned my name as being a target. The year was 1981 and I worked at the other side of town at the Voice of Kenya TV and Radio stations, along with my father and two brothers. The Flora Hostel is owned by the parents of cousin Flora Wambugu whom we mentioned in the letter of two days ago. He’s from Wyoming, but is currently at New Zealand. The woman from Bristol is also here. She was returned to Bristol where she found that she’d been evicted. Her rent was sorted out and here lodging restored. The people who removed her from university and parental jurisdiction are to be found and dealt with. She’s two year’s older than I am, and a Cancer where the attendees were Gemini, so there is no plausible reason for her having been removed from home and safety. That is the mentality of the American football league which would two decades later, also throw my life in chaos, due to the disrespect which they have for women. There is also the work related problem that the women who were taken from the Kenya Railways were sisters and cousins who reported to a single boss who did not pay the bill for those who attended the lunch, nor does he pay heed to the issue of an unsafe sexual encounter with his department members who’d pleaded that they didn’t want to attend lunch with him and his cohorts.

Sincerely,

June Wanjugu Akena Opeto Selassie
13/88 Nelson St.
Auckland Central, Auckland
New Zealand.

Dear Kenya Railways,

The cousins whom I’ve mentioned in this letter are former employees of yours. They shall be writing to you under separate cover, in order to formally record the incidents which took place while they were employed by you in 1981. The Emperor Haile Selassie is our ancestor, and he too shall be writing to you because he’s working to resolve a serious pending matter which took place during that time frame. One of the American football players is called Steve Young, and he absconded from the Voice of Kenya TV and Radio Stations a few weeks after I was employed by the station. I’m not personally acquainted with him, but have heard that he was the boss of the department at the Kenya Railways, and did not pay a bill at the Flame Tree Grill of the Inter Continental Hotel. His compatriot Joe Montana was also employed by the Kenya Railways and did not pay a room bill at the Nairobi InterContinental Hotel. The two worked together in San Francisco for a football club, but Montana later recorded at New Jersey where I lived for fifteen and a half years. He was on one occasion at the house in North Caldwell of an employee of Montclair State University which I attended. The employee was a male transsexual called Carol Ginger Algieri who’d called a cosmetics representative to show and sell make up to me and Ginger. Montana was posing as Ginger’s husband Dominic Algieri. The cosmetic representative was Bill Walsh and he later became the head football coach at San Francisco. The company whose products he was selling was called Mary Kay Cosmetics. On a second occasion, Montana showed up at the The Women’s Centre at Montclair State University where I was a student worker, and Ginger worked as the departmental secretary, reporting to a director called Constance Waller, another male transsexual. Joe Montana had booked a counselling session with Dr. Waller, due to what he called a wifebeating at the hands of what he said was his husband. The counselling was unusual because instead of taking the appointment in his office as usual, Dr. Waller instead to Montana at the table within the general offices of the Women’s Centre. I also had to be at the desk doing my clerical duties for the centre. I attended Montclair State University from Sep. 1981 to May 1984. Dr. Waller retired about 10 years later, while Ginger went on to work at a telephone company called American Telephone & Telegraph (AT&T) at Parsippany, New jersey after completing his own studies at the institution because he’d been studying on a part-time basis while working as a secretary.

Sincerely,

June Wanjugu Akena Opeto Selassie
13/88 Nelson St.
Auckland Central, Auckland
New Zealand.

Dear Capital FM,

The information which is contained herein is from Kenyans and about Kenyans who now live at New Zealand and at other parts of the world. The American football player named Steve Young has been part of a serious quarrel between myself and another co-worker of mine at a New Jersey based pharmaceutical company which used to be called Warner Lambert of Morris Plains. The former coworker was a male transsexual named Lori Kumar. We worked in separate departments, and really had no contact at work or outside work, but nevertheless, an unpleasant realationship developed because of the head of my department, a Frank Volpe who is a brother to Steve Young. The latter had two other brothers who used to work for me, being a female supervisor and not a transseuxal doing scientific work, within the Quality Control Laboratories of another division of the same company. Those brothers were named Chris Volpe and Pauline Doherty. It is important that the matter be recorded because many presidents are still working on the problems and its aftermath, and preceding events.

Sincerely,

June Wanjugu Akena Opeto Selassie
13/88 Nelson St.
Auckland Central, Auckland
New Zealand.

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