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Due to historical reasons and scarcity of resources, Kenyan gastronomy has been characterized, for a long time, by a need to feed the masses in an effective way, something that is still reflected in their culinary culture.
Nevertheless, without the presence of great culinary luxuries, it is true that Kenyan cuisine is full of delicious surprises. This is a country with a great natural wealth where it is easy to find an exuberant variety of tropical fruits and vegetables. On the other hand, all kinds of meats are consumed, the most common being beef or goat, followed by lamb and even camel meat.
In addition, its warm waters in Mombasa provide plenty of fish and quality seafood. It is a flat and austere cuisine but that leaves no room for indifference, so it can be very enriching for those who approach it with an open mind and hunger for new experiences. Here is the list of typical dishes of Kenya.
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