Last year the Nairobi Restaurant week was a success with many people trying out new restaurants that they had not tried before. For those who may be new to the concept during the Nairobi Restaurant Week hotels and restaurants discount their meals to attract new customers to come and sample their food, and then maybe come back another time. It is also a great time for foodies to enjoy some of their favourite meals at a reduced cost. This is the 3rd year the food festival is running. Mark the dates 28th January to 7th February 2015.
Nairobi Restaurant Week is organized by Eat Out. The restaurants participating in the Nairobi Restaurant Week will have a special menu with fixed prices. The prices for dinner are Ksh. 1500 or Ksh. 2500. Not all of the restaurants will have lunch menus. This year apparently the menus will be limited to the first 250 patrons.
This year’s Restaurant Week will take place from 28th January to 7th February 2016. Restaurants participating in the Restaurant Week will offer fixed menus are priced at either Ksh. 1500 or Ksh. 2500 for dinner which will be inclusive of all taxes. Some restaurants will also have lunch menus.
List of participating restaurants for the Nairobi Restaurant Week 2016
Dinner – Ksh. 1,500
Adega – Lavington Curve Mall, Lavington, Nairobi
Anghiti – Muthaiga Mini Market, Muthaiga
Argenti – Gem Suites, State House Crescent
Artcaffe Grand – Westgate Mall, Westlands.
Artisan at Sankara Nairobi
Woodvale Grove, Westlands
Asmara – General Mathenge Lane, Westlands, Nairobi
Black Gold Cafe at Panari Hotel Mombasa Rd, Nairobi
Carnivore Main Restaurant – Carnivore Rd, Langata.
Creative Kitchen at Aero Club of East Africa – Wilson Airport (Off Langata Rd), Langata.
J’s Fresh Bar & Kitchen – Ngong Road, Karen
Traveller’s Restaurant at Hilton – Hilton Pool Restaurant, Mama Ngina St, CBD Jiko at Tribe Hotel – Village Market, Gigiri
Mama Ashanti – Muthangari Gardens, Lavington
Mambo Italia Garden City – Thika Road, Garden City Mall
Mambo Italia Lavington – Lavington Curve Mall
OhCha Noodle Bar – Westgate Mall, Westlands; Village Market, Gigiri.
Pablos at Best Western Premier – Argwings Kodhek Rd, Hurlingham
Que Pasa Bar – Karen Shopping Centre, Karen
Saravanaa Bhavan – Victoria Plaza, Parklands Road.
Sugarcane – Garden City Mall, Thika Rd.
The Curragh – Ngong Racecourse, Ngong Rd
The Wine Shop – 671 Piedmont Plaza, Ngong Rd.
Tiger Trail at Royal Orchid – Westlands, Nairobi
Urban Eatery – Delta Tower, Westlands
Urban Gourmet Burger – Westgate Mall, Westlands
Ventana – Bidwood Suites, Westlands
Vista @ Hotel Emerald – Woodvale Groove, Westlands
Wet Lounge – Royal Orchid, Westlands
Lime Light Westlands – Royal Orchid Azure Hotel
Dinner – Ksh. 2,500
About Thyme – Eldama Ravine Road, Westlands
Artcaffe Grand – Westgate Mall, Westlands
Bamboo – Zen Garden, Lower Kabete Road
Brew Bistro – Piedmont Plaza, Ngong Road
Brew Bistro Rooftop – Fortis Tower, Westlands
Caramel – ABC Place, Waiyaki Way
Flame Tree at Sarova Panafric Valley Rd, Nairobi
Galaxy at Eka Hotel – Mombasa Rd, Nairobi Larder at Radisson Blu – Elgon Road, Upper Hill
Lord Delamere’s Terrace at The Fairmont Norfolk – Harry Thuku Rd, CBD
Lord Erroll – 89 Ruaka Rd, Gigiri
Lucca @ Villa Rosa Kempinski – Westlands, Nairobi
88 @ Villa Rosa Kempinski – Westlands, Nairobi
Mandhari Restaurant at Serena Hotel – Kenyatta Ave, CBD
Mediterraneo Gigiri – United Nation Ave, Gigiri
Mediterraneo Junction – The Junction Mall, Ngong Rd
Mediterraneo Westlands Nine West – 9 West Plaza, Westlands
Monikos Kitchen – Valley Arcade, Lavington
Ocean Basket – The Oval, Westlands
Safari Restaurant – Lilian Towers, University Way, CBD
Secret Garden – 14 Riverside, Riverside Drive
Seven Seafood & Grill – ABC Place, Waiyaki Way
Sierra Brasserie – Yaya Centre, Argwings Kodhek Rd.
Sikia at Crowne Plaza – Kenya Rd, UpperHill.
Soi at DusitD2 – 14 Riverside, Riverside Drive
Soko @ Dusit D2 – 14 Riverside, Riverside Drive
Talisman – 320 Ngong Road, Karen.
Tapas Ceviche – Westgate Mall, Westlands
Thorn Tree at Sarova Stanley – Kimathi St, CBD
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