Asmara Review with Eat Out Kenya

The thing about deciding where to eat when in a group is that more often than not, everyone has differing ‘preferences of the day.’ Asmara restaurant is a mixture of Italian and Eritrean cuisine,  which i guarantee you really is the best of both worlds. This fact makes Asmara my first recommendation for a lunch/dinner gathering. The venue also has both an indoor and outdoor seating. We however were in a vip room. 🙂 (You must’ve seen it on my snapchat: Wamboikay)!   I was invited by the lovely Watta, editor at Eat out Kenya for #blogoutke, which is a platform for bloggers to connect and exchange ideas.

 

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We started off with a variety of pizza then we each ordered according to our various moods. I had the chicken florentine which is Chicken and mushroom in a bechamel sauce wrapped in water thin pancakes served with a side salad which was KES 1250.

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I was happy it was Saturday and brought out my joy through my o.o.t.d. outfit of the day)…

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Joodj necklace: KES 2299 Jumia

Skirt: Mr Price Sale KES 500

Watch: KES 2500 Jumia

Necklace: Gifted from Adele Dejak

We felt really happy and stuffed at the end of the day as you can tell. Thanks Eat Out Kenya! I hope you’re happy too readers!

All pictures by Framed Photography

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P.S. Have you heard of the Nairobi Pizza Festival?

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