Last night we had our King’s Daughters Girl’s Night
with our new friend, Wanja, at her stunning African Experience restaurant in Gloucester. Where do I begin, it was such an awesome experience. Let’s start with the food. Usually I don’t like to eat in restaurants because of all the preservatives and nasty things that are added. I also don’t like all the oils and sugars that are used so I tend to eat at home mostly. BUT
Wanja cooks with fresh, natural ingredients and she avoids using lots of oils and sugars. Her food tasted just like home cooked food which was fantastic. After the meal at C & W’s African Experience
you are left feeling full for the entire evening because the meal is so wholesome. We really enjoyed our meal and we will definitely be having more Girl’s Night there again.
AND to add to the experience, Wanja joined us after dinner and shared her story with us. Not only did we leave with a full tummy but a full spirit too! Her testimony of God’s goodness is amazing and I highly recommend that you visit her and ask her to share her story with you too.
They are currently in the final stages of the Barclays One Small Step Competition
, please vote for them and spread the word. Well done Charlie & Wanja, C & W’s African Experience truly is an authentic African experience in every possible way.
I am so very excited because Wanja will be offering her authentic African food to our delegates at the upcoming King’s Daughters Conference. Just when you thought things couldn’t get any more exciting, they did!