Thanks to Kenya’s sheer diversity in food culture that makes travelling through the country streets is as much a taste bud odyssey as it is a history lesson. Eating your way around the street food markets allows you to get a true taste of the diverse culinary scene here. The sun starts to set and the makeshift stalls rise, becoming a hearth that local communities swell around, eager to devour the cheap,
fresh snacks on offer. From Nairobi to Mombasa, this issue bears the best of street food culture bringing the best of street escapades. Even with the government curfews and partial lock down the streets are breathing. The aromas are alive. Follow through the Street mayhem and explore the vast Ramadan culture as you indulge in tried and tested recipes. From the Chefs on duty, it’s all about wraps.
Ivy and Grace will entertain you with indoor dramas and survival hacks during lockdown will help embrace life as we await sobriety and normality to kick in. Just booze sees us through on drinking indoors while bottle service serves us some Scottish gold, William Lawson’s and how to make ease cocktails from your home comfort. The team has, as always, been working tirelessly to compile this issue so be sure to have a good read and also remember to subscribe to our newsletter and stay indoors as we join the government in ensuring the
curve is flat. Karibuni to the streets. May the 4th be with you.
Letter from the Editor,