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Media given a taste of Peruvian cuisine

They enjoyed a three-course meal at new restaurant

In Summary

• A lunch at Inti Nikkei Restaurant in Westlands delighted the taste buds of journalists

A chef prepares Acevicada maki poll
A chef prepares Acevicada maki poll
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On Wednesday, the media was invited for lunch at Inti Nikkei Restaurant, located on the 21st floor of the iconic One Africa Building in Westlands, Nairobi.

The restaurant offers a variety of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines. It is a sister restaurant to Mercado and Honey and Dough restaurants.

The lunch consisted of a three-course meal: Peruvian Ceviche and Ceviche Nikkei for starters; Acevichada Maki roll, Alopobre roll and Philadelphia roll round two, while Arroz con Marisco and Sayanaki were served later.

Dessert was one-of-a-kind and 24-carat gold, tres leches al pisco, cheesecake sour, mango Martini and indulge in temptation dessert was served. The restaurant's signature drinks Pisco sour, Chincha sour, hibiscus and pisco granadilla were on the menu.

Winnie Wangui
Winnie Wangui
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Anthony Kinuthia prepares Chicha Pisco Sour
Anthony Kinuthia prepares Chicha Pisco Sour
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Robert Kyalo and PR at the food library Alaa Said
Robert Kyalo and PR at the food library Alaa Said
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Chef Pierre
Chef Pierre
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Diane Nthurima takes a photo of Pisco Granadilla
Diane Nthurima takes a photo of Pisco Granadilla
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Maureen Kask and Jane Nzula
Maureen Kask and Jane Nzula
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Tofu Croquetta
Tofu Croquetta
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Chef Kinyo serves guests
Chef Kinyo serves guests
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Ruth Wairimu prepares food
Ruth Wairimu prepares food
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Stephen Otieno
Stephen Otieno
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