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cru wine bar & kitchen

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Hello again, happy new year! Last month, I dined at CRU wine bar and kitchen. CRU wine bar and kitchen is a wonderful place to spend an evening with friends or family. We had reserved a table upstairs, which was really cozy. I loved the interior and its simplicity. Though it seemed to get really crammed ...

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dinning in oslo: thankful for summer days

Sunday, September 25, 2016

As the summer days are long gone, going through my gallery I am so grateful that I got to experience some warmer days in Oslo. We had a cool boat ride and dinner  at this Island during my second week here, with my colleagues :) It was a perfect way to end the week day, briefly ...

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sunday brunch situation

Monday, June 20, 2016

I love a good feast, with great company! Which is why, I decided it wouldn't be fair if I didn’t share our amazing Sunday brunch situation last weekend. Tasha and I drove to the Sheraton Kampala, under perfect sunny clouds, where a line of delicious salads and appetizing desserts were beautifully displayed. We were eager to dig in. ...

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kampala-restaurant-week-review wild orchid xfood library

Thursday, June 9, 2016

SO Kla Restaurant week happened.  Tasha and I finally got to visit the Wild Orchid, and Food Library, who were doing a collabo. This to me was the ultimate coolest thing about this year's restaurant week.We had a date with Ham, but one thing after another (I won't say who delayed) and so he had ...

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Scenes From The Restaurant Safari

Monday, June 6, 2016

So you probably noticed how psyched I was about the Kampala restaurant week, seeing as I put together some outfits for it! And so finally, the day was upon us and I had the honor of dinning out with some amazing bloggers last week! Life lately involves food! Street food, elegant food, hard-to-pronounce food, just food! ...

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Last evening was another spectacular display of creativity and great strive for Uganda’s two traditional healthy grains; sorghum and Millet at the Golf course Hotel. This brilliant display did an excellent job in bringing traditional grains back to the dinner table, courtesy of Africa Center For Economic Transformation in partnership with Pardee Rand Graduate School ...

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