Burger lovers pay attention! The Shack at Nairobi West’s Magharibi Place is fast becoming the ultimate not-so-secret spot for anyone craving some dripping savoury goodness in a soft bun. They have a variety of creatively crafted burgers to suit all the different tastes, including the signature Shack Tower, the Cuckoo Shack and the Paneer Shack. Oh and they deliver, which is all any of us would ask of our favorite burger restaurants.
Mövenpick opened in Nairobi adding more accommodation options for business travellers and tourists. Foodies also have a reason to celebrate as it brings along four new restaurants: The View, serves up Swiss cuisine and 360 degrees panoramic views of Nairobi; Baluba, a multi cuisine all day dining restaurant; La Mesa, a Latin tapas and Kijani bar, which offers signature cocktails, and after work drinks overlooking the pool.
There are many reasons people seem unable to escape the pull of this Village Market taco stand. Maybe it’s their vegan-friendly kale and butternut tacos, the dripping pulled pork or crunchy fried fish ones, maybe it’s the margaritas which despite being served in a plastic glass are delicious and leave you happy after one and wobbling after two. Or maybe it’s their super cool mismatched Mexican style tiles. Who knows. Point is: they’re delicious. See you there!
Cafe Javas (CJ’s)
Located along Koinange Street, Cafe Javas is the newest restaurant in the Central Business District. Its opening has created room for more business meeting space and even casual dates in town. Its classy ambience and delectable menu has people going back. They offer signature Nohitos – get it? However, they do not sell alcoholic drinks or pork.