January News & Events

written by Yummy Editorial 6th January 2017


A workshop for people who want to do more than just eat the cheese they love


On January 13th the Permaculture Research Institute of Kenya will be hosting a Cheese Making and Fermentation Workshop at the Boho Eatery on Langata Road. If you are a hands-on kind of cook this is the place to be. Hosted by the accredited Australian permaculture teacher Elisabeth Fekonia the event will cost Ksh. 8,000 per person.

For more info or to register check out http://pri-kenya.org


Kenya Cane Citrus is Changing the Game


For the past forty years a closely guarded secret amongst Kenyan bartenders is that Kenya Cane is one of the best straightforward cocktail ingredients available on the market. It is good, it is clean, it is affordable and it mixes with almost everything. Last year the guys at UDV decided to up the game when they introduced their Kenya Cane Coconut and in the spirit of innovation they have just released their newest addition: Kenya Cane Citrus.


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What to expect for our fifth annual Nairobi Restaurant Week




Nairobi’s most exciting and biggest culinary event is set to return to the city with over 50 of the best restaurants participating from 25th January to 4th February 2018. This time round we’ve made it even more exciting with offers starting from Ksh. 1000 for lunch, and Ksh. 2,000 and Ksh. 3,000 for dinner.

As you gear up, be on the lookout for more details on:

Facebook.com/EatOutAfrica, Twitter: @eatoutkenya and Instagram: @eatoutkenya


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