Amaica restaurants are dedicated to promoting African culture and fusing heritage and culture together in a wonderful mesh that keeps you coming back.
Amaica started with one branch serving cuisine exclusively from Western Kenya. Due to the demand and growing popularity, it expanded its offerings and is now a prestigious chain of African restaurants, recognized both locally and internationally for its diverse representation of the different communities around Kenya.
Amaica’s ability to replicate a traditional experience in an urban setting has helped seal its popularity. The ambiance draws you into the African experience, with food served in calabashes, while Maasai warrior statues stand guard. African artifacts and decorations complete the look, immersing you in African culture.
Owner Pamela Muyeshi was nominated to attend a US-based one-year accelerator program for small and mid-sized women business owners. The program targets female entrepreneurs who receive customized business skills training, technical assistance, leadership development, and access to networks to grow their businesses. This can only mean bigger and better things for Amaica.