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#NRW2019 Guide to East Asian Dining

written by Yummy Team 25th February 2019

Nairobi Restaurant Week is back and with over 70 participating restaurants you can feel a little bit overwhelmed. Here is your guide to East Asian dining during this 10-day celebration of Nairobi’s finest restaurant cuisines. 

88

Villa Rosa Kempinski, Chiromo Road

Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 4,950

Savour the flamboyant flavours of Sichuan with the NRW2019 menu at 88. Let Chef Wu’s gastronomic artistry tell you a story about his eclectic culinary journey starting at the age of 15. Tuck into dinner and enjoy the simple but flavourful dishes that will have you booking a table for a second dinner.

 

 

Asian Garden

Warwick Center, Gigiri

Asian Garden offers Japanese, Korean, Thai and Indo-Chinese dishes that will have your mouth watering even before your plate is placed in front of you. If you have always been curious and wanted to know what they serve, head down to Warwick Center and try out their NRW menu.

 

 

 

Pan Asian Yao

United Nations Avenue, Gigiri

Mr Yao’s passion for travel and culture continues to come alive through the must-taste fusion philosophy of South East Asia. Fresh ingredients, handcrafted dishes and spices come together in communal dishes.

 

 

 

Tin Tin Restaurant

Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Harambee Ave

Lunch Menu @ Kshs. 2,500, Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 4,500

You can’t miss out on Tin Tin’s exceptional and eclectic mix of African, Indian and Chinese cuisine. There’s clearly something for everyone and you might just end up going for lunch and staying for dinner just so that you can taste everything they have to offer.

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