If you’re reading this you probably haven’t been to Ceasar’s Waterfront. This establishment is located right next to Chebara dam in Moiben. It is roughly a 30 minute drive from Eldoret town on Iten road but branch off to Moiben. After this point you’re good to go, there’s clear signage on your right (assuming you’re travelling from Eldoret) but be careful with it, I missed it the first time I went. You’ll have to go through a rough road but it’s manageable for any vehicle.
The one thing I enjoyed most about Ceazar’s Waterfront first is the distance from Eldoret, it feels like a mini road trip of sorts, in addition, the views along the road are nice and enjoyable. The establishment doesn’t have anything over the top but what they have they give the best. The staff is hospitable and quick to respond to customers. Their menu is rich with a majority of Kenyan cuisines and a wide variety of drinks. As mentioned earlier, Ceasar’s Waterfront is located next to a beautiful dam, you can have your long boat rides or chill next to the dam and watch birds.
Ceasar’s Waterfront is something that a town like Eldoret with a growing middle class is asking for. The basics of any entertainment joint have now shifted from what they used to be, nowadays proximity is not really an issue, you could have an establishment as far as Iten and still command a good following, provided the standards are kept high, top notch customer service, another thing that can’t be escaped is the X factor. You have to have an X factor if you want to attract and maintain a following, basics such as parking, indoor and outdoor lounges are now commonplace.