The place is not a central one, but it is very spacious, has a good parking and a small cafe (coffee not bad at all, there is pizza, not much of a food choice) and a garden. It is quiet and relaxing inside, photography not allowed, though. Staff are very nice and friendly, but sometimes payment process can get a bit slow, especially if there are two customers with full bags.
Offer is really great and most of the things are not just low quality ones that you can get on outdoor markets (but some are the same one you can probably get cheaper on some of those markets). There are many typically African souvenirs, exotic and rare to find. Many of the items available are just for decoration and will have no practical purpose, some are just silly, childish or pretentious, and some have practical value. Recommendation - really nice scarves. Downside - high prices.
You will probably be required to leave your bad at the entrance (there is a guard).
At the moment they also have some old, second hand books for 100KES.
All in all, nice experience. Almost surely one might find gifts for everyone there.
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