Joined In Dec 2019
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. In October, J's opened a second branch in Westlands, the neighborhood that’s home to most of the city’s bars and restaurants. The new J’s is larger, and, with more outdoor seating and a built-in DJ booth, it delicately balances the atmosphere of a full-service restaurant with nightlife ambiance. Here, you'll find weekly events, like old-school hip-hop and R&B on Tuesdays and Thursday Night Live, a showcase for local bands.
Roadhouse, a local nyama choma spot, is famed for its maji maji grilling technique, which produces tender, medium-rare roasted meat (usually goat). Dig into the maji maji with your hands, and order sides of ugali (a stiff cornmeal porridge) and kachumbari (a tomato and onion salsa), just like the locals do.
The café is large with various types of seating-sofas, arm chairs, chairs and tables. As we entered my friend directed me to the display of cakes, pastries and breads.It was wonderful! Works of art! The staff are friendly and efficient. The menu was quite varied and the the price was reasonable. The coffee was hot and good. My croissant to die for! I couldn't leave without buying pastries to take home. They, were almost too beautiful to eat but eat we did! Divine!