Inside African Soul food restaurant in US that serves Kenyan Cuisine

After 20 years of employment, Caroline Gitonga is one of many who turned her ambition into a prosperous restaurant with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States.

Gitonga contended in an interview with Chams Media that she left her job as a hospitality manager at Double Tree in the US to open her restaurant, African Soulfood.

Some of the food offered in the restaurant

The indomitable ability to turn ideas into reality is the American ideal.

“Anything is possible but you need to have the desire. Keep working on it on a daily basis and never stop pushing further and wanting better for yourself and for those around you,” she added.
She researched and identified a market niche to set up a restaurant offering African cuisines.

“I realised that people would not have a place to enjoy Kenyan food. Whenever I would have a tray of food, those who sampled it loved it.

“Based on the numerous enquiries I received from Kenyan churches here and other events, I felt the need to open a business. It took us six months to renovate the place and launch it,” she stated.

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The restaurant has hosted several celebrities, including Africa’s fastest athlete Ferdinand Omanyala, renowned music group Sauti Sol and musician David Mathenge (Nameless).

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