- As we waited for our food, we glanced at several customers’ orders and their foods looked mouth-watering.
- The aroma and food presentation was top-notch.
- Seeing people enjoy their savoury dishes made me hungrier.
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I love trying out new foods whenever I get the opportunity.
My lunches are often the normal chapati madondo, and a KFC treat once in a while. But there was a day I was seriously craving biryani.
My friend suggested we check out a new restaurant in town called Majid. It is located in the Central Business District of Nakuru Town, along Kenyatta Avenue, and serves Swahili, Continental and Asian dishes.
I realised I had passed by this restaurant often, but had never eaten there.
We were welcomed by friendly staff and the aroma wafting from the open plan kitchen, where chefs were busy working. Though the place was filling up quickly we managed to get a table.
We settled down and marvelled at the welcoming ambience, enjoying the slow jazz music in the background as we waited to make our orders.
The menu offered a variety of options, and, for a moment, I was confused about what to eat even though I had come with a set mind on what I wanted to have.