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Kenyan-Japanese teppanyaki gaining popularity on Uhuru Highway

Only a couple of months young, the Urban Grind Coffee & Grill located in the newly opened Highway Mall, next to Nakumatt Mega on Uhuru Highway, is already adding real diversity to its Japanese inspiration.

The restaurant, lounge and café is the brainchild of a passionate Kenyan restaurateur, who first became interested in teppanyaki when he lived in the US –  thanks to its captivating Japanese theatre-style cooking and fun community-vibe. But Nairobi’s newest watering-hole is not aimed at your regular Japanese cuisine purists.

Urban Grind, its name a reference to its location – just outside of the traffic-prone Central Business District and older industrial area of Kenya’s capital – a neighbourhood where investors are not exactly flocking to open new restaurants, is serving up an experience that is metropolitan to be exotic and provides worthy diners in the area a new option that doesn’t require them to commute across town to neighbourhoods such as Westlands or Kilimani for more adventurous cuisines.


The path of the future in Africa & Rest of the world

Africa is now growing fastly in eduaction, infrastructure and healthcare area. Facilities are increasing in all areas, all these things required basic energy utilisation. Minimum requirement of life can be possible only by the Solar energy, This is relevent in throughout the world. People are using indigenously made solar lamps by putting together tiny cables, bulb and rechargeable battery, thats all.


Mvurya Opens Kwale Model Health Centre

The Kwale county administration has opened a model health centre at Kasemeni location in Kinango.

The Mnyenzeni health facility has been serving as a dispensary and was constructed through the Economic Stimulus Programme. It was officially opened by Governor Salim Mvurya