Kenyan restaurant owned by Diaspora returnee to feature on CNN’s Parts Unknown with Anthony Bourdain

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Anthony Bourdain visited Kenya for the shooting of the CNN series Parts Unknown. PHOTO| Roadhouse Grill
Anthony Bourdain visited Kenya for the shooting of the CNN series Parts Unknown. PHOTO| Roadhouse Grill

International chef and host of CNN original series Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain has finally found his way into Nairobi Kenya.

The celebrity chef and his filming crew visited the RoadHouse Grill in Nairobi where they sampled nyama choma, Ugali and local beer Tusker.

From his Twitter page, the chef seemed to have enjoyed Tusker while in Nairobi.

The RoadHouse Grill which is a popular nyama choma eatery is owned by Robert Kingori who is a former Diasporian.

Kingori, 43, lived in the US for 12 years until 2010 when he returned to Kenya. He was located in Florida where he was working in a cruise ship.

Bourdain in this American travel and food show travels around the world exploring the culture and local food. The show primarily travels to lesser known places which most Americans may not have heard of.

The show which premiered on April 14, 2013 will mostly showcase him sampling delicacies that sometimes make viewers squirm. The show has won 5 Grammy awards.

Anthony Bourdain poses for a photo with RoadHouse Grill owner Robert Kingori (right) during shooting of CNN original series Parts Unknown. Photo: RoadHouse Grill
Anthony Bourdain poses for a photo with RoadHouse Grill owner Robert Kingori (right) during shooting of CNN original series Parts Unknown. Photo: RoadHouse Grill
Comedian Kamau Bell poses for a photo with RoadHouse Grill owner Robert Kingori (right) during shooting of CNN original series Parts Unknown. Photo: RoadHouse Grill
Comedian Kamau Bell poses for a photo with RoadHouse Grill owner Robert Kingori (right) during shooting of CNN original series Parts Unknown. Photo: RoadHouse Grill

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