There are a lot of options for eating out in Kenya. Our diverse cultures enrich the nation with a wide range of delicacies. Tourists are guaranteed to savour in the splendour of some of the most delicious cuisines in the world. Kenya’s rich soils ensure a rich supply of vegetables throughout the year, while the coastal area is famous for its production of tropical fruits and sea food. The coastal region, mainly inhabited by the Swahili, is best known for its unique culinary art which is influenced by both African and Arab staples which will mesmerise every visitor. Do not forget to indulge in `Nyama Choma’, a famous terminology for roast meat, which is very popular in the interior of the country. Visit the Carnivore for its unique grills, the only place in the world where you can taste various game meats in the same plate. Kenya’s main staple food is `Ugali’, which is made from maize meal and can be served along with any kind of cooked vegetable, stew or meat. The abundance of vegetables makes vegetarians feel at home. Also, most Kenyan dishes are served with vegetables. The existence of a huge community of Indians has helped in establishing quite a number of vegetarian restaurants across the country, and particularly in the larger cities. The warm climate is an added value to the lodges and camps all over the country, as meals can be served outdoors, enabling visitors to enjoy their meals while taking in the fabulous scenery at camp sites, lodges and hotels. A breathtaking breakfast in the African bush, after a balloon safari, is a very good example of the culinary experiences possible. Settle back at a lodge or hotel and enjoy a beverage as you watch the sun set in the undulating horizon. Restaurants in Nairobi offer a wide range of cuisines, varying from the traditional to the international food-types like Indian, Korean, French, Chinese, Ethiopian and fast food restaurants. While in Mombasa, do not forget to taste `Pilau’ which is a spicy rice dish, in addition to pastries such as mandazis, samosas and kebabs.