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Grab Lunch At These Spots in Nairobi’s CBD

written by EatOut 2nd May 2018

The fast-paced environment in Nairobi’s CBD may be overwhelming and may lead to confusion when faced with a rumbling stomach while at Kenya’s capital. Hidden in the organised chaos that is the CBD are great restaurants you can pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner. We know how daunting it can be to find a good restaurant to settle your rumbles so we came up with this list of places you can dash to during your one-hour lunch break.

Cafe Javas (CJS)

This newly opened restaurant has been the talk of the town since its opening. With a chic and elegant interior, Cafe Javas originates from Kampala where it has 8 branches. Its a great cafe for after work catch up with friends and their over 300 carefully selected, mouthwatering menu items offer a great variety of dishes to choose from.

Rooftop Bar at Best Western Plus Meridian Hotel

Nothing sounds more relaxing than lunch by the pool. The rooftop bar at Best Western Plus Meridian Hotel offers a calm ambiance to indulge in a hearty lunch. From grills to burgers, salads, soups, and vegetarian options their dishes are a sure way to fill you up and give you an energy-packed afternoon.

KFC

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We all have those days when all we cave is some deep-fried fast food and KFC’s two locations in the CBD,  on Kimathi Street and Mama Ngina street, make it convenient to satisfy your fried chicken craving. The fact that their meals are prepared fast makes it ideal for that lunch time dash.

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