While the typical Kenyan diet is heavy on staples like rice, beans, and ugalia dense cornmeal mash none too pleasing to Western palateshungry travelers need not despair. Nairobi is stocked with a cross-sampling of fine international cuisine, with a large Indian expat community spicing up the scene. On safari, upmarket lodges and campsitescomplete with gourmet chefswill redefine your idea of "roughing it." Along the coast, sumptuous seafood infused with Swahili spices sets the standard, accented by the fresh fruitscoconuts, mangos, papayasthat are the region's rich tropical bounty. Of course, brave souls can always sample the nyama chomaor grilled meatthat's barbecued with religious devotion around the country. You'll have to bring a hearty appetite, though: Most eateries sell hunks of goat and beefand even crocodile and ostrichby the kilo.