If brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch.. what is a combination of lunch and supper/dinner? Lusu? Lupper? Sunch? Dinch? Dilu? Ludi? Honestly, someone needs to set the record straight before I start saying I’m going to Ludi and people think I’m mispronouncing ‘rudi’. Lol. I’m hilarious, yes? No? Okay. Wacha niludi nilikotoka. Lol.
After a long week of running up and down, Sunday is one of those sacred days that helps you unwind and get ready for the next week. If it’s staying home and chilling, ‘me time’, or having lunch with a few friends or family, it’s basically a day for you to do things that you love and haven’t gotten to do during the week.
That’s where K1 flea market comes in. Located along Parklands Ojijo Road, Nairobi, K1 flea market is the place to be on a Sunday. The food, the ambience, the retail shopping, the music and entertainment, everything is set up to provide you with the perfect Sunday vibe for you, your family and friends.
The whole set up is very artistic, starting with the outside parking area’s graffiti.
You’ll fall in love with this place right from the get go, and if it’s your first time, you’ll absolutely love the creative way everything is put together.
The amusing boards at the entrance are my personal favorite.
Make sure to bring your friends or family because there’s nothing like spending time with those you love. Also, you’ll probably need someone to take photos of you. However, If you decide that you just want to be on your own for this Sunday brunch, or maybe want a photo with all your friends, the lovely hostesses are there for you.
K1 provides a variety of brunch meals and beverages to cater for everyone’s preferences. To make it better, there’s happy hour from 4pm, so for those lovers of milkshakes and smoothies like myself, this is the perfect time to treat yourself to a sugar rush you’ll never forget.
Shopping is one of the most therapeutic things to do. I believe that as Karen Kaz Lucas opened the market together with the K1 club house director, she had the same thought in mind. K1 has all types of vendors who sell an array of items, from new and thrift clothing items, hair care products, body butters, jewelry, healthy Kenyan-made food compliments etc. There’s something for everyone. Personally, when I need to restock some hair products and get fancy unique jewelry, I run to K1. And when it comes to food compliments, my mom and I can’t get enough of aachari products, they are simply divine.
In the evening the lights come on, and a really amazing band gets on stage for the entertainment bit.
So there you have it, if you’re looking for something to do on Sunday, look no further.
Have you been to K1 flea market before? What’s your favorite thing about it? Share in the comments below.
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