Nairobi Restaurant Week Issue of Yummy

written by Andrew Onyango 16th January 2015

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The Restaurant Week concept is basically a week or 10 day long promotion of fixed priced lunch and dinner menus at a city’s finest restaurants, at a fraction of the price. The event has now
stretched to London, Dubai and Cape Town, to name a few. Since Nairobi has evolved into such a city of food lovers, it’s only natural that we host our own.

It is the second time that Nairobi is hosting this global dining phenomenon. Between January 22nd and February 1st, patrons will be able to experience a special menu at the city’s top restaurants—50 restaurants to be exact—in partnership with Magnum Cream Liqueur.

Nairobi Restaurant Week is about applauding the finest food the city has to offer. The top chefs are expending all their culinary skills so that restaurant goers can experience a one off, limited edition celebratory menu, that showcases their culinary ingenuity and innovation. Nairobi’s best restaurants will be offering a 3-course prix fixe menu for Ksh 1000 to Ksh 1500 for lunch and Ksh 1500 to Ksh 2000 for dinner.

Taste Events Ltd.—the guys who brought the highly acclaimed Taste Awards 2011 and 2013 to Kenya—is the hardworking team behind Nairobi Restaurant Week. Customers love Nairobi Restaurant Week because its offers them a chance to experience the city’s finest restaurants at a modest price. They also get an opportunity to learn more about food and to support the local hospitality industry. So take this fabulous opportunity to dine with your loved ones and maybe win some amazing prizes along the way.

In the pages of this issue your favourite foodie, Susan Wong, reminsces on her experience as a food critic in Nairobi. Find out why Charity Keita is done with new year’s resolutions
and read the Wine Chick’s take on how wine and women can be described using the same words. Also check out Amy Selbach’s wellness column, to find out how you can stay healthy this January.

Read our NRW Restaurant guide and make your reservations in advance to avoid disappointment. Whether you are a lover of Italian, Pan Asian, East African, Indian or Continental cuisine, we have you covered. Make the most of this week because events like this only come once in a while. We hope you all have a great experience.

Happy Dining!


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