The traditional food of Kenya, is as mixed and diverse as its tribe's, history and landscapes.Each tribal area has its own specialities, but below are some of the most common dishes that you can sample whilst on your travels in Kenya.The more popular street foods are: Plantain crisps, made from the plantain banana, are sold all over Kenya; in supermarkets and on street markets as is chevdo (also known as Bombay mix) which is made up of deep fried flour noodles, peanuts, spices, chickpeas and lentils served cold, delicious.
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Kenyans are known to be partial to a biscuit to two and make some great macaroons known as biskuti ya nazi (coconut macaroon biscuits) Hopefully this has whet your appetite to go there and try some for yourself.
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The main staples of Kenyan cuisine are: Maize meal (called Ugali when cooked and unga when raw) and rice.