Welcome to NRW2016 in partnership with South African Winemaker, Nederburg, during which food lovers will have the chance to sample special limited edition menus across 50 of Nairobi’s top restaurants, with special offers on a selection of Nederburg wines. During the 10‐day run from 28th January to 7th February 2016, these restaurants will offer special, 3 course, prix‐fixe dinner menus for between Ksh 1,500 and Ksh 2,500, with some even offering 2 course lunch menus for as little as Ksh 1,000.
To celebrate the third edition of NRW, EatOut and official travel partners Moyo Holidays are giving 2 lucky diners the chance to win the culinary journey of a lifetime! The lucky winners will visit Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen at the breathtaking Atlantis Hotel on Dubai’s awe‐inspiring island, The Palm. The prize includes 2 nights accommodation at the Atlantis and return flights on Emirates. For your chance to participate, sign up for your FREE EatOut account.
This upmarket restaurant offers a warm ambiance allowing the diner to feast in true Portuguese style. Their NRW menu features favourites including chickenrissoles, mozzarella potato bites and vegetarian spetada. Those with a sweet tooth can enjoy a tantalising tickle of tropical extravagance with their creme caramel and brownie alamode.
Anghiti is a superb choice for Indian food with great ambiance and service, and is a favourite among locals. The menu usually features classic curries and tikka masalas, with the restaurant’s signature murg malai kebab which has soft nuggets of chicken roasted in a tandoor then blended with yoghurt and spices.
Asmara offers authentic and stylish contemporary Eritrean cuisine. The restaurant’s menu usually features flavourful dishes like the shiro tegamino (chickpeas and split peas powder mixed with berber) and tsahli tibsi (pan fried goat meat with ribs), which are often brought to your table by their very friendly wait staff.
This boutique restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating, with quick service right from taking orders to delivering food. The menu features classic dishes that you’d expect to find at a southeast Asian restaurant but also includes different takes on classic items and the ability to modify your meal to your liking. Options include Pad Thai, Japanese Miso Soup, Tom Yum Soup and Vietnamese Baguettes.
Saravanaa’s full vegetarian menu showcases the diversity and creativity of regional Indian cuisine. From the masala dosas, Gobi 69, spicy potato curries and chutneys to relishes, there is something off the menu for everyone.
Reminiscent of typical American diners with welcoming booth seating, rustic wood finishes, street signs and huge screens showing the latest matches, this is the perfect place to watch sports with the boys. The regular menu has expanded offerings including the Asian and Caribbean burgers made from 100% prime beef and topped with fresh veggies, spices, cheese and drizzled with homemade Urban sauces. They also serve tender smoked meats including pepper crusted beef fillet, snapper, jumbo prawns, lamb chops and chicken in BBQ sauce. End every meal with a delicious dessert including freshly baked pies, tempting cakes and soft serve ice cream for the kids. Ventana
The décor here is an eclectic mix of jazz‐fusion, African glass art and Moorish touches. Their NRW menu has options like mustard crusted pork chops, beef stroganoff, masala chicken and vegetable enchiladas. For dessert, try the chocolate brownie a la mode which is rich, decadent chocolate squares served with a scoop of ice cream and fresh whipped cream.
There’s nothing quite like looking out onto the city through the large glass windows at this restaurant atop Hotel Emerald, as you drink your sweet or salty lassi. For starters, great options off the regular menu are usually the chili garlic prawns, tandoor fish and grilled pork with mashed potatoes and rice.
This is the perfect spot to enjoy West African cuisine in this city. During NRW, you can start with goat pepper soup or chicken wings, with options like egusi goat, okra goat or jollof rice for the main course. his comes with a variety of accompaniments like eba or semolina, pounded yam and plantain, before you finish off with dessert.
Pablo’s is a contemporary styled dining area with both indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is designed to cater to all types of patrons. It encompasses a wide variety of local and international cuisines. Authentic Italian pastas and pizzas and Pablos legendary burgers will have you going back.
The cuisine at this newest oasis in the city is continental with Italian fusion. During NRW, you could start with leeks and potato soup and move on to Chinese pepper steak, red Thai vegetable curry or penne all’amatriciana, before crowning off with a banana split.
For the starter, try the oven roasted tomato soup or dhal soup. The main course section has great options like Swahili kuku wa kupaka in authentic coconut sauce, fluffy mashed potato & creamed spinach, or grilled lamb chops with mint gravy served with oriental rice and seasonal vegetables. Crown off with dark chocolate mousse with vanilla sauce.
Karen & Ngong Rd
At this Irish Pub and Bistro, live music, sports and banter will be the order of the day. They serve a wide range of local food and drinks, as well as some familiar Irish staples. The famous Curragh sticky pork chops with paprika wedges, and roasted butternut squash stuffed with sautéed seasonal vegetables and served with steamed basmati rice are not to be missed this NRW.
Ah…wine bars with their wine, food, socializing and more socializing. Nairobi’s very own wine shop not only features a fantastic selection of new and old world wines from around the globe but also regularly showcases a variety of croissants, delicate tarts and truffles, gourmet sandwiches and freshly baked breads.
This is a busy, friendly, neighbourhood bar and restaurant offering locals and visitors alike an informal place to eat, drink, lounge and relax. Wood‐fired pizzas are the cornerstone of the menu with hand‐made dough being baked from early morning till late at night. The continental menu ranges from steak and fish dishes to gourmet pasta bowls all served up on candle lit wooden tables.
Mombasa Rd & Langata Rd
The Black Gold Cafe is known for its well‐roasted coffees, teas, light meals, smoothies and desserts. The location of the café overlooking Mombasa Road gives it the feel of a street café while at the same time retaining the comforting atmosphere of a game lodge as it faces the National Park.
Carnivore is considered ‘Africa’s Greatest Eating Experience’ with every type of meat imaginable, ncluding a selection of meat roasted over charcoal and carved at your table. Delicious side dishes and an exceptional array of sauces complement this feast that also includes soup, a selection of desserts and Kenyan coffee. Set in attractive tropical gardens, the service and the décor are indeed outstanding.
Their menu is Continental in style with dishes ranging from fluffy American style pancakes to hearty English breakfasts, healthy tropical fruit salads and indulgent Eggs Benedict. This is the perfect spot for a lazy Sunday scenic lunch watching planes take off and land while enjoying the chef’s mouthwatering burgers.
This new entrant into Nairobi’s dining scene offers Caribbean food in a casual and stylish atmosphere. Favorites like jerk chicken, curry and roti, tropical desserts and more can be selected from their menu.