The week-long food festival is open for all to enjoy and is sponsored by dusitD2 Nairobi and Qatar Airways. DusitD2 notes that tables tend to book up fast so if you want to take a nostalgic trip back to Greece or even just want to experience Mediterranean cuisine for the first time, be sure to reserve a table in advance.
Besides the typical Greek dishes that will be turning the Kenyan atmosphere into a mini vacation to Greece, there will also be Greek singers and a Bouzouki player to transport you to the beautiful Greek islands!
Food is a very important part of the Greek culture and much care has gone into ensuring an authentic Greek experience for those foodies wishing to check out the Greek Food Festival. Chef Giorgos Papadopoulos is one of the masterminds who will be serving up Greek treats and enjoys “showcasing the beauty of yet unexplored Greek cuisine to the world,” according to capitalfm.co.ke.
DusitD2 is inviting people to stop by and check out what all the buzz is about and enjoy authentic Greek food in Kenya as well as encouraging visitors to share their Greek experience on social media with the tag #DusitGreekFestival.