#NRW2019 Guide to International 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 continental dining during this 10-day celebration of Nairobi’s finest restaurant cuisines. 


Cipressi Italian Restaurant

Rhino House, Waiyaki Way

Their casual ambience and the extensive menu will take you on a culinary trip to Tuscany. The 2-star Executive Chef has crafted delightful dishes such as Mezze Maniche alla Luciano Pavarotti, which you must try.




Cafe Maghreb @ Serena Hotel

Processional Way, CBD

Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 4,200

If you haven’t tried their Friday seafood night then NRW is the perfect excuse to go and feast on lobster tails and jumbo prawns grilled to perfection. Lovers of sushi will find some at their salad bar along with other accompaniments. Enjoy your dinner as you take in the Moroccan inspired decor with your complimentary welcome drink.




Kenrail Towers, Westlands

Lunch Menu @ Kshs. 2,500, Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 5,000

This Mexican kitchen and bar offers cuisine that will transport you to Mexico. Delight in their simple offerings such as shrimp tacos, halloumi fries and chicken quesadillas but don’t let the names fool you. Each dish is full of flavour and will have you do a little happy dance as you sip on a cocktail from their extensive drinks menu.




Savanna Restaurant

General Accident Bldg, Ralph Bunche Rd, UpperHill

Lunch Menu @ Kshs. 1,800, Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 2,500

Re-branded from Savannah Coffee Lounge, the restaurant has a fresh new look. The space is perfect to grab a quick lunch or catch up with friends over freshly brewed coffee or mocktails and enjoy delicious meals from their NRW menu.




Ventana Restaurant

The Bidwood Suites, Lower Kabete Road

Lunch Menu @ Kshs. 1,800, Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 2,500

Enjoy an eclectic mix of cuisines including a wide range of vegetarian options at this upscale gastro-pub. The menu includes appetising Italian, Levantine and Indian options. The decor is a mix of jazz fusion and African glass art with hints of Moorish culture as well. Go for a heartwarming meal with family and friends.

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