Are you searching for Kenya Dadaab Town Restaurants? What’s your favorite food joint in Dadaab City? Many visitors and Dadaab are now used to search for information online and for that matter; I have decided to add all restaurant in Dadaab on this page.
Everywhere in Kenya! In restaurants, hotels and lodges , elaborate buffets and à la carte menus of Kenyan food are part of the meal offering.
If you are new to Kenyan food and want to experience a truly ethnic meal, then you should visit one of the eating establishments frequented by local Kenyans . Nyama choma and ugali top the list of popular Kenyan cuisine and are a "must eat".
The main local foods are:
Kenya Ugali - like a really thick polenta usually made with maize meal, but some use sorghum and millet. There's no avoiding ugali!!!
Kenya Chapatis - flatbread made of white wheat flour and cooking fat.
Kenya Sukuma Wiki - sauteed spinach or kale with assorted seasonings, especially salt.
Kenya Beans - a few different varieties; served alone or with rice or chapatis.
Kenya Plantains - sauteed.
Kenya Eggs - scrambled with tomatoes and onions.
Fish - relatively expensive so don't expect to eat it everyday.
Kenya Chicken and beef - even more expensive and less frequent.
Kenya Chai - black tea with milk and lots of sugar - this with white bread is the main breakfast food.
If you're not in for Kenyan taste, international foods are available in fast-food restaurants, cafés, hotels and world-class specialty restaurants across the major cities of Kenya like Nairobi, Mombasa , Eldoret and Kisumu .
You will always find a meal that you recognize and enjoy in the Italian, American, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, European, French, Mexican, Korean, Lebanese and other western restaurants.
Do you know of any restaurant in Dadaab area? Is your favorite restaurant in Dadaab listed on this page? If you have ever enjoyed a meal in one of Dadaab restaurants, I will be happy to add you on this page. What you have to do is write a review of that restaurant so that other visitors can read about it before they visit. I’m sure they will appreciate you and so do I. "Post Your Comment Here!"