The Carnivore in Nairobi

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2005/12/30 12:39:47 (permalink)

The Carnivore in Nairobi

Went again last month and the quality has really gone down. Now just basically caters to group tours. Zebra was way too horsey (over-cooked.) Kudu was still pretty good, but they screwed up the eland. How can you do that? It's the easiest meat to cook. When it first opened, it was a quirky game restaurant with a mix of locals and tourists, now it's all tourists. I had really good eland at a little shack on the Karen Rd near the race course, but can't remember the name.
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    Michael Hoffman
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    RE: The Carnivore in Nairobi 2005/12/30 13:44:03 (permalink)
    I haven't had either kudu or eland in number of years, but I've always enjoyed it. I did have some zebra once -- never again, if I can get out of it. I've not ever been to Kenya. Zimbabwe, South Africa, Mozambique and Tanzania, but not Kenya.
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    roossy90
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    RE: The Carnivore in Nairobi 2005/12/31 15:28:14 (permalink)
    Michael,
    You are the most traveled person I have known, (food-wise), well, even if it only via a forum!
    I dont want to put my foot in my mouth here, but what FOOD have you NOT eaten...
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