The third edition of the popular fast-growing food event, Koroga Festival was one that can only be described as a mouth-watering trip for food lovers, friends and families who got a chance to dine to the best of meals prepared by five-star chefs at The Gardens, Najjera.
It was indeed a Food Network experience as seasoned chefs gathered to bring food enthusiasts to an exciting afternoon cookout at the “Pro Edition’s” December experience with Tusker Lite on board.
Chefs like Tuti, Justine, Nelly, Mujabi were behind the stoves impressing the crowds with their signature dishes that proved their culinary skills were truly unmatched with Senior Chef Mark Kaheru, Joint Managing Partner at My Food Network as host at the event.
Starting from midday, the venue was filled with sights of cooking stoves loaded with scrumptious looking dishes that filled the aroma effortlessly with foods like chicken and goats meat on the menu using the ingredients like yoghurt and Tusker Lite beer.
It was no surprise when the hungry waiting guests were heard cheering for the chefs and their teams as the food being prepared looked appetizing right from the start.
“Today, we pulled off an amazing fine dining experience. We enjoy coming out and bringing food lovers an all-you-can-eat fun experience, it is always a good time,” said Kaheru.
The festival’s “food gangs” and diners mixed, mingled and later ate food to their hearts’ content accompanied by the free-flowing Tusker Lite beers in addition to the fun games and merrymaking all evening as the cooking merriments went on. Revelers were later treated to a silent disco late evening with the Almost Famous DJs.
“Koroga Festival has become more like a home away from home for every one of us. The cooking, the relaxing and merrymaking is always delightful especially with Tusker Lite to add onto the fun experience, watch out for next year’s fest,” said Cathy Twesigye, Tusker Lite’s Brand Rep UBL.
The Koroga Festival is a popular annual event that has its roots in Kenya. Its name is derived from the Swahili word “koroga” which means “to mix” or “to stir”, and is an apt representation of all that happened on a day centered on food and drink.