Don’t Judge a Restaurant by its View

written by Yummy Editorial 23rd March 2018

Six Nairobi restaurants that serve amazing food, despite the fact they don’t exactly look onto some of the most romantic panoramas the city has to offer.


And here you have it, the ultimate list of delicious Nairobi eateries with a parking lot view.


News Cafe

Attention is in the detail for this popular spot which has quickly become the go-to place for a delicious bite for anyone visiting Sarit centre. Their offers, which range from breakfast to happy hour, are definitely worth taking advantage of. This restaurant with a balcony offers some of the best lit spaces in the entire mall.


With bright African prints adorning the seats and a great funky decor to boot, this is one restaurant that will brighten your mood the moment you walk in. Forget about the Delta Tower parking lot and the highway next door, their creative twists on African dishes, unique cocktails and artist performances never disappoint.

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Ocean Basket

Popular for their fresh seafood, Ocean Basket’s location at The Oval overlooks the busy Ring rd Parklands. Since opening its doors to Nairobian seafood lovers four years ago, this South African franchise has gone from culinary strength to strength. Their drinks menu is also worthy of note, with an extensive wine selection and cocktails to suit your every taste.


#SusanEats: Spanish Flame At Tapas Ceviche Bar

The intimate set up at this Spanish restaurant set on a balcony at the ground floor of Westgate Shopping Mall is the perfect backdrop for a quick lunch or hanging out over drinks with friends while checking out the activity on the road and parking lot beyond. Delightful plates of ceviche, octopus, vegetarian tastings and paella are one of the best showcases for Spanish
flavours our city has to offer.


Standing as one of the few Irish pubs in Nairobi, its patio set up on the broad terrace of the Mirage building in Westlands, allows for one to easily observe and sit-out the incessant evening traffic down below on Waiyaki way. The decor has a rustic feel with leather lounges, wooden furniture and large screens which are perfect for catching a game.


Four kitchens, all with an open plan design and cool blackboards on all the walls, make dining at Urban Eatery a theatrical experience; you don’t even notice the other view from the PWC Towers. Asian, Mexican, Mediterranean and Indian cuisines are served here. A signature bar is also on site for your after-work tipple.


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