Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Kairos Kafe


The other night, Gil and I, along with our friends, Randy and Belinda, were very honored to be invited to the dedication of Kairos Kafe/Katering. It is located here in Birmingham at the old Ollie's Barbeque location. The address is 515 University Blvd. The owner, James Jones, is a friend of Gil and Randy's.

All of the food was wonderful and I was very impressed with his attention to detail. I read a very sweet tribute to his grandmothers on the back of his menu. He thanked them for teaching him to cook and for allowing him to make messes in their kitchens. I think that the best recipes are the ones that are passed down through generations within a family. One of his grandmothers inspired him to create "Kairos Spunky Hollow Cream", which he serves with his rolls. It was really delicious. You can read more about it on his website, which is listed below.

As you can see, Kairos offers a nice variety:


The hours of operation are Monday-Friday, from 10:30-2:30. They will be open for dinner on Fridays, beginning June 1. They also cater, and their web address is: www.kairoskatering.com. Their phone number is: (205) 251-3101.

Go and try Kairos Kafe. I highly recommend it!

7 comments:

tammy said...

Is that my son in the picture?

Vickie said...

No, but it really does look like him. Zac made that same comment.

tammy said...

He even has a shirt that color! Randy just told me about his catering. I have been looking on his site thank you.

aprilsue82 said...

That has got to be Guy Walker....?

Vickie said...

I know it looks like him, but I promise it isn't.

Amby said...

Hey Mom, is that Guy?

JK

gf said...

James Jones has built an incredible restaurant. The food is great, the best tenderloin salad bar none, and a great atmosphere to eat in. The complete story behind this restaurant would take more space to tell than I have, but it is proof that anyone that has a dream can see it come to pass with hard work and faith in God. James has walked out his vision and has been a blessing to many in doing so.