It is not everyday we get to celebrate but today is one such day. We are greatly honored to have received an unexpected citation which pleasantly surprised us, this citation in part read:-
Congratulations! Amaica is one of the winners of The Culture Trip‘s Kenya’s Local Favorite 2015 Award! We know you’re as passionate as we are about giving Kenya and its amazing local food scene the global spotlight it deserves.
From their website – About us page Culture Trip are, “culturetrip.com is a global platform for local culture. We showcase the best art, culture, food and travel for every country in the world. We won UK Website of the Year Award for Arts & Culture (2014) and were named 1 of 25 UK Tech Companies to Watch (2013); and a Top Travel & Arts Site by The Guardian / The Times (2012).”
And this is what they had to say about Amaica under the topic – Kenya’s Best Cultural Restaurants: Exploring East African Cuisine,
Amaica is one of the few formal restaurants in Nairobi serving authentic Kenyan cuisine, including indigenous foods such as wild mushrooms, bambara nuts, groundnuts and white ants. ‘Amaika’, which refers to the traditional cooking area in Luhya (a Bantu language in Western Kenya), is a fitting name for the restaurant, which prides itself onemploying traditional cooking methods and cookware.
The lunch buffet is particularly attractive, featuring special dishes representing different regions across the country and local delicacies such as smoked beef, fried fish, chapatis, and ugali. Amaica’s interior is a stylish combination of African and contemporary décor clad with beautiful wooden furniture, decorative calabashes and iron sculptures. With pleasant outdoor seating and a luscious garden, Amaica is great for family outings or a general city escape. Read more at http://theculturetrip.com/africa/kenya/articles/kenya-s-best-cultural-restaurants-exploring-east-african-cuisine
We thank all our esteemed clients for your continued support. Our team- The Amaica Family both at Amaica Peponi Road and Amaica JKIA, you are responsible for this recognition.
Asante sana na #KaribuAmaica.