Graduation Package

Graduation Package

Graduation Package

Written by Luke Blogger

June 7, 2019

Celebrate the milestone in life with your fellow students, families and lecturers at Cravers Grill Hotel, Thika. Toast to your success and welcome a new chapter in a lavish setting with exquisite delicacy, personalized service and great fun.

GRADUATION BUFFET PACKAGES ARE AVAILABLE FROM SH. 700 PER PERSON, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS:

  1. Buffet Per Person
  2. Reserved Banquet Space
  3. Ample & Secure Parking Space
  4. 10% OFF the rack-rates for your guests
  5. Free Access to Wifi
  6. Dedicated Catering Team

Note;

For enquiry or reservation, please contact our hotel team at +254 725 354 864 or e-mail cravers@thelukehote.co.ke 

Terms & Conditions:

  • Rates quoted are subject to 10% service charge and prevailing
  • Prices and menus are subject to change without prior notice

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Mixed Grill, The Roasters Way!

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May 31, 2019

“Gotta save room for the mixed grill,” a character says in Jonathan Franzen’s 2001 novel.

Given the diversity of delicious grillables available, it’s puzzling how unidimensional outdoor cooking has become in Kenya. Instead of “Love All, Serve All,” menu planning has narrowed toward an either/or proposition: steaks or chops. Ribs or salmon. Chicken or pork.

We’ve come up with a special grill dubbed “Roasters Mixed Grill Platter” which can consist of either Chicken, Pork or Pork, Goat Ribs or Goat Ribs, Chicken along side Kachumbari and some starch.

We introduced this meal earlier last week and as at today, It has become a popular choice over other dishes and we’ll add more as time goes by.

This meal is favorable between friends who have swang by for lunch or an impromptu visit in their business or meeting and goes well with your favorite drink.

If you know you cannot handle a full plate, well, this dish can serve up-to 3 people. Which makes it good for families, friends and colleagues.

 

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You would rather be someone’s shot of whisky than everyone’s cup of coffee. Good News to our loyal customers. On 1st May the management compiled the positive feedback and went on a mission to review our pricelist system on our popular house whisky price listing.

Meanwhile;

 

Those who preferred Hennessy, Glenlivet, or Johnnie Walker 18 Years and are more price-sensitive will enjoy this price slash and enjoy other forms of their favorite drink.

Please Drink Responsibly!

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May 30, 2019

KESWA is the umbrella organisation of the Kenyan sex worker-led groups based in Nairobi. The organisations include: Health Options for Young Men on HIV, AIDS and STIs (HOYMAS), Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Programme (BHESP), Warembo Sasa, Survivors (Busia), Coast Sex Workers Alliance (COSWA), Eldoret Sex Workers Alliance (ESWA), Kisumu Sex Workers Alliance (KISWA), Coast Hostess, Smart Ladies Nakuru, Laikipia Peer Educators, SWOP Ambassadors, EMAC, Sisters of Majengo, and Links to Smile.

KESWA’s campaigns include community outreach targeting sex workers not only in Nairobi but also in surrounding areas, including Thika, Naivasha, Kiambu and Murang’a. Additionally, KESWA has also established a community center, which provides HIV testing and education to sex workers, as well as creative spaces and counseling groups. 

Capacity strengthening of member organisations to a stage where they can get funding on their own and be independent as sex worker led-groups is one of the most important successes of KESWA

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Earlier we were privileged to host a group of MCAS from 20 counties and lecturers from University of Nairobi on their one-week mission on a Full Board Booking.

These MCAs were from;

Marsabit, Muranga, Nyandarua, Isiolo, Vihiga, Bomet, Kakamega, Kitui, Siaya, Pokot, Nyeri, Migori, Kilifi, Machakos, Nairobi, Kiambu, Bungoma, Tana River, Nyamira and Makueni

The event was a success and we were fortunate to receive positive reviews from this awesome team.

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Methu wins KCB TABAN Rapid Chess Showpiece

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Methu wins KCB TABAN Rapid Chess Showpiece

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May 30, 2019

Kenya Commercial Bank’s Joseph Methu floored five of his six opponents and drew one to win the six-round TABAN Rapid Chess Tournament.

Methu had won his first four matches when he met a stubborn and little-known Hugh Misiko (Knight Riders) in the fifth round. By the fifth round, he had had a winning spree only dotted with a single draw. At this juncture, he was proving to be a real threat. The only rat that could put a bell in the cat’s neck and players who’d inched closer to the top prize were hoped Misiko would waylay Methu. But the banker came out as a mutation of a carnivore that does not discriminate its type of food as he effortlessly took down Misiko.

By the last round, Joseph Methu had already confirmed he had bagged the prize needing to only hunt for a draw. When Walela sat opposite Methu in the last round, he was aware that he was going to encounter raw strength. For Methu, there was nothing more to prove.

Thus, they settled for a draw and win with 5.5 points, walking away with Sh15,000.

Brian Adorwa and Moses Andiwoh were second, sharing spoils (5 points each) as Austin Walela and Martin Oyamo too tied on 4.5 points to settle for the fourth position.

Meanwhile;

the first round kicked off on a high note. There were already casualties of lethal attacks from the prepared masters of the game. Austin Walela (Deadly Bishops) was one of the first victims as he was trampled upon by Woman Candidate Master (WCM) Joyce Nyaruai (KCB).

This lady is a beast! She came in when the clock was running down and she had only five minutes while Walela had 25 minutes. However, as WCM, she proved that to be a master you do not need a whole day to thrash a patzer. She devoured Walela and ripped him apart.

Consequently, in another game, Nyaruai took on Anthony Kionga (Black Knights), a renowned arbiter in the Kenya and roasted him down to ashes of his former self. She had built a fortress of pawns from a well-established opening that Kionga could not break through and before he knew it, his defense was invaded and crushed. She sucked the life out of the arbiter’s moves, proving that knowing FIDE rules does not necessarily translate into a strong game.

In addition to the list of his unbowed wins, Equity Bank’s Moses Andiwoh added Martin Oyamo of Deadly Bishops on his list of prey. He displayed his predator skills as he wrecked Oyamo from an unexpected angle. He slithered through Oyamo’s disoriented position and pounced at a critical moment with a lethal sacrifice that left him gaping with his eyes popping. At this moment, Oyamo wished to invoke the gods of Zukertot but they were asleep.

As Andiwoh walked around with ego, he knew his worthy opponent was finished. He was dead, only waiting for cremation in a checkmate furnace. As Andiwoh came back on the board, he was heard asking his opponent, “Where would you like to move…” A look of anger and frustration was on Oyamo’s eyes as he let his King fall with a resounding resignation.

As the tournament wore down, players redeemed themselves while others plummeted. Walela redeemed his face along the way and Francis Ngesa was a victim. In their breathtaking Bishop-Pawn endgame, they both showcased their mastery of capper tactics. It only took Ngesa’s blunder that allowed Walela to exchange the bishops that hit the last nail on his game.

Buried in his loss, Ngesa could not accept to go down alone. He undeniably overpowered Milton Mwangi and left the latter to choke himself with his own Caro-Kann to death. Adorwa (Equity) fought hard on with a booming aggression that catapulted him to the top after outwitting his last opponent.

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