Kikopey the best Nyama joint?

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June 9, 2011 – Nyama Choma, or roasted goat meat is synonymous with the Kenyan experience.  You haven’t been to Kenya if you haven’t tasted some good Nyama Choma.

Kikopey, a strip of meat joints on the side of the highway about 40km from Nakuru, offers locals and adventurous tourists tender Nyama Choma that’s grilled to perfection with a distinct smoky charcoal aroma.  Just a little sprinkle or dip of salt, depending on your Nyama Choma etiquette, will send your taste buds into meat-lovers paradise!

Aside from being tasty and showcasing the charm of ‘local’ Nyama joints, Kikopey also serves up their meats in super quick fashion.  These popular Nyama houses serve so many guests that the meat is constantly roasted like an efficient assembly line – guaranteeing the meat’s freshness and an efficient street-side experience.

Where are your favourite Nyama Choma houses in Nairobi…or in Kenya?  Capital Lifestyle would definitely like to sample them! 

 

FOODBLOG – photo credits Susan Wong

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Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • VULIMU

    I concur with you Ngunjiri Wambugu. please tell them that we cannot move on when democracy is on trial. IEBC should stop misuse of our money to cover for he mess they have subjected us to.

  • I am neither a Judge nor an advocate but I have looked at the issues that the Cord team have raised in their petition to challenge the Election results and I am fully
    convinced that the learned judges of the Supreme Court of Kenya will throw out the petition with the contempt that it deserves.

    First and foremost I take issues with Cord contention that the procurement
    of BVR kits was not procedural, my question is were these not the same people
    in government who could have stopped the procurement of these kits? secondly
    why did they accept to participate in an Election where they felt they stood a
    risk of loosing because they had no confidence in the voting systems? you
    cannot eat food without salt then later on you complain of Indigestion.

    Their complain of IEBC having the same company sharing their server with
    that of TNA, is despicable to the extreme. there are very many companies that
    share the same host for their servers, even Cord could have done the same if
    they wanted, and most important they need to demonstrate how IEBC and TNA
    having the same company to host their servers would have affected election
    results.

    Cord’s complain of voter register being interfered with and numbers inflated
    by 85,000 is an insult to the Intelligence of Kenyans, they claim this started
    happening in February. my question is, did they seek an explanation of the so
    called changes from IEBC before accepting to go to the polls on March 4th. Can
    they even proof that the so called inflation of figures was done to favor
    Jubilee.

    Their claim that results from certain constituencies were above the
    registered number of voters is hypocritical to say the least. IEBC has time and
    time again published presidential Election results in almost all local daily’s
    and no one appear to have noticed the discrepancies that the Cord team is
    raising, I only hope they are referring to the same results like every body
    else.

    My advice to the Cord bregade is that they fought a good fight to win the
    presidency but unfortunately lost to a better team, its time to accept the
    results and move on, after all loosing an election is not the end of the World.
    they can even start campaigning now if they so wish for the 2018 Elections.

    • dd

      ur astupid motherfucker who doesn’t know what to say

    • johney

      Kwani hii wall ni ya tna pekeyake?

    • bababram

      stop reasonning by your stomach. Give a brain at least a portion.

      Ukabila itawapeleka wapi. Nonsense.

    • Opuk Linstu!

      Bw. Mwangi Kamau: you should be ashamed of yourself, why do you copy paste somebody’s comments???? You should apologize to the so called Prof Katisya. Shame shame shame!!!!!!! Hata hauna aibu!!!

  • There will be a live feed over the 2 days of hearing set for Wednesday and Thursday next week, and like the last integrity case that was thrown out days to March 4th, the judges may reserve their reasons for decision UNTIL a later date. so transparency is guaranteed.

    What peace are they preaching when they are talking of ‘CRIMINALS WHO SHOULD BE IN PRISON,and NOT STATE HOUSE’?

    My question is, what will CORDom call the speech AFTER SC throws out their case? DEMOCRACY HANGED BY ITS *****?

    • @twitter-332055089:disqus! A very wise man once said, “it is better to let people think you are stupid than to open your mouth and prove you are stupid” It’s beyond reasonable doubt that the president elect and his vice are International CRIMINAL SUSPECTS. They are suspected for crimes against humanity: Murder, Rape, and forceful displacement. Today one of the criminals suspects will be arguing for his immunity at the status conference. Here in Kenya the vice is in the court fighting land grabbing case. It’s only an idiots like you who cant see that a criminal is a criminal and is either guilty or innocent until proved otherwise. In a nutshell: Uhuru and Ruto should be in jail.

      • “it is better to let people think you are stupid than to open your mouth and prove you are stupid”

        A very stupid man points one finger at me while pointing four at himself. Why are they not in jail until proven innocent

  • Wilfred Yebei

    The BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.

  • cord wanapoteza time

  • Wilfred Yebei, unmask yourself!! and how did you do this simple sum to arrive at a difference of one million?

  • As we preach peace, it has to be practical. Peace should be a product of justice. If any one covers an active volcano with a thin layer of sand, and sit on it; the lesson will not be pleasant.

  • Fazul Abdullah! A very wise man once said, “it is better to let people think you are stupid than to open your mouth and prove you are stupid” It’s beyond reasonable doubt that the president elect and his vice are International CRIMINAL SUSPECTS. They are suspected for crimes against humanity: Murder, Rape, and forceful displacement. Today one of the criminals suspects will be arguing for his immunity at the status conference. Here in Kenya the vice is in the court fighting land grabbing case. It’s only an idiots like you who cant see that a criminal is a criminal and is either guilty or innocent until proved otherwise. In a nutshell: Uhuru and Ruto should be in jail.

  • whether RAO or UHURU rules kenya my plate of ugali will not change, all we need is a transparent, democratic governance

    • chumbibye

      kudos. well spoken like a democrat. we need people like you whose decisions don’t border on tribal lines.

  • danny

    work hard wambugu you will be ashamed in broad daylight when uhuru runs kenya. meza wembe brother

  • If you are a TNA and do not agree with Wambugu. Do not read the article.

  • fred

    you have talked more than a million pple , thax u sir for being such a patriot

  • JesusIsLord

    Kenya belongs to more than 40 communities.
    Those castigating Raila should consider and understand that the man has done more for this country than all the current crop of politicians combined. Those who support him also should realize that it is possible that Raila may never become president of Kenya.
    My thoughts to Uhuru and Ruto supporters is this; humility is a good thing. The shoe will be on the other foot one day. Truth lives forever,do not campaign based on lies and sit tight expecting that the chicken will never come home to roost.

    Lets build a united Kenya that will be a better place for all of us and for our children.

  • Until the president of Kenya is elected in a conclave,the people will never move on as one Mr opinion leader. You should analyze the 50% +1 concept. It means that a people will always be divided down the middle and Kenya being a winner takes all democracy, the losers will naturally oppose the winner if just for the sake of it (read i wasn’t consulted). The authors of this new constitution should have known better (maybe 90% +1)The other thing is, if everybody believes that the court will rule in their favor means there can never be a winner. This is underlined in the outgoing vice presidents comments yesterday (Sunday) that he (CORD) will accept a ruling against them only “since there are no avenues for appeal” the supreme court being the highest in the land. What this sounds like is that the only verdict they will be willing to take is one that rules in their favor. I read a lot of bias in this article but which i guess is a right and freedom of expression guaranteed in the constitution. I will exercise mine too and ‘jubilate’ the winner until otherwise proven.

  • good points.

  • kbnyush

    Raila should realise the 6.1 million people that voted for Uhuruto did not die and went to heaven…if their is a re-run im very sure they will be more resolved to vote against u as to teach rao a lesson in eating humble pie..the ground has shifted and as the days pass by rao looks more of a loser with his parrot sidekicks ababu and muthama…while uhuru looks more presidential,reconciliatory, preaching for peace and has hit the ground running…all those rumors about sanctions were baseless and kenyans got to see that..the icc cases are crumbling..so if he things a re-run or runoff will change the outcome he is in for a rude shock….i now believe he never won 2007 election…seeking justice is commendable but lying to kenyans that he actually won by more than 1.2 million vote..is quite disturbing..i remember went he started saying there were plans to rig this elections i told my friends he setting the ground to reject the outcome if he indeed loses…by saying he won the election he is setting the grounds to reject the outcome of the SC if they dont uphold his petition thats why he is taking his case to the peoples court ..then we start hearing no raila no peace.then call for mass action..then koffi annan ,then nusu mkate is effected..you can take this to the bank its going to happen..the most polarizing politician in kenya is non other than RAO…he should just retire with kibaki and kalonzo…

  • sam

    What if its Rao who won, would he have told iebc not to declare him president elect because there was mischief with presidential tallying?

    • chumbibye

      stupid question….in such case it would not be raila but uhuru that is if he did not opt to concede

  • CHARLES KARIUKI

    kenyans should never confuse fight for justice and democracy with greed of power.

  • Wangechi

    “In 2007 Mwai Kibaki was declared the winner and was hurriedly sworn in.
    Raila immediately disputed this victory and most likely with the benefit
    of hindsight chose not to go to court with a petition. He instead
    called for mass action”

    Ngunjiri, are you confirming to us that it was Raila who called for Mass action?

  • Wangechi

    “Unlike 2007, Raila Odinga has declared that there will be no street protests”

    I had to check when this was written (& it is 18th March) because he was in the coast yesterday saying he won (in a rally) and previously in Kibera. He IS going to the streets, we saw him mobilize people to file papers at the Supreme court..

    “Once this happens majority of Kenyans, whether they support CORD or
    Jubilee, will accept whatever decision the court comes up with. Then
    Kenya will move forward, together.”

    We will hold CORD up to this. Kenya is for all of us, as a Kenyan i have a right to conduct my affairs in peace.

  • Anonymous

    We as citizens of this republic are not blind. we are the voters, we know what we did and if need be, we shall repeat the same game. Be rest assured that the battle was fairly won, and it shall be won again and again if need be. Repeating the votes will be the best way to stop Power hungry boys from singing rhetoric rhythms.

  • PatrioticKenyan

    Ngunjiri Wambugu you are lucky you are on cords Payroll, Many young and educated Kenyans are still tarmacking. Why not advice your good friend Raila that his rhetoric remarks are hurting the economy. Can he wait for the outcome of the Supreme court before presenting his case to the public opinion.

  • joseph gathuru

    he BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her
    that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to
    history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other
    presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a
    whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared
    to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise
    we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.he BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her
    that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to
    history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other
    presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a
    whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared
    to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise
    we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.he BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her
    that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to
    history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other
    presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a
    whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared
    to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise
    we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.he BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her
    that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to
    history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other
    presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a
    whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared
    to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise
    we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.he BBC journalist for the financial times was right, Rao had told her
    that if he looses the election he will not accept defeat.Going back to
    history Rao can not accept defeat.This time he and all other
    presidential candidates including rejected votes were defeated with a
    whooping 1m votes.Which ever way the supreme court rules we are prepared
    to install Uhuru and Ruto IN government.If the court rules otherwise
    we shall vote to a man including all Kenyans of Goodwill.

  • mkenya

    i am tempted to answer you but your argument is not coherent nor persuasive. However you and your payers belong to the dust bin of Kenyan political history and we need to move on man. Wananchi spoke loud and clear are you guys deaf? or you are satanists interested only in blood shed? let Kenya be your guy will Never be president 1982 …. 2007 2013 2018 NEVER NEVER through the back door, front door or the window never

  • Okuta

    Dear mr. Ngunjiri Wambugu, you confidently said that CORD would win in round One with over 50%+1 threshold. It would be nonsense for you to find time to do your cry-baby theatrics here. Ok just incase you want to dispute that you said that I should refer to you to your interview with #TheTrend just before March 4 Elections. You CORD people are know to dispute everything including the the fact that the sun set on the West today. That one clarified, I should tell you its a shame to be one of the PM advisors to deliberately misinform him on the facts about March 4th. The triumph of democracy thereafter came was again disputed to be tarnished as “Democracy on trial”.The point i am trying to make is that the fellaz like you behind the PM are the biggest flops that more often than not put the PM under ridicule. Playing sycophant does not help. I know he is his own man but the biggest mistake the PM ever made was to entrust people like you in the first place with delivering a CORD win. You should be embarrassed big time!

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