Nairobi Restaurant Week is back and with over 70 participating restaurants you can feel a little bit overwhelmed. Here is your guide to wine, bars and grills during this 10-day celebration of Nairobi’s finest restaurant cuisines.
360 degrees Artisan Pizza is an upscale casual restaurant serving authentic wood-fired Artisan Neapolitan Pizza in a warm and lively modern atmosphere that includes modern wood taupe and ochre interiors.
Lunch and Dinner Menu @ Kshs. 550 & Kshs. 900
Brew Bistro is more than just its burgers and beer. Switch it up this NRW by trying out their ‘brew bowls’. They are packed full of goodness. Enjoy them with family, friends and with a sense of deep gratitude and satisfaction.
Woodvale Grove, Westlands
Havana features three sections: the outside terrace with a great view of Woodvale Grove, the main bar area featuring a long counter with mellow lighting and the quiet candle-lit restaurant, with the salsa music spilling over from the bar. The Bar caters for any taste from crisp and fruity daiquiris to the classic mojito with fresh mint and the restaurant is a great place to kick it with friends or have a chill romantic dinner.
The Hub, Karen
This spacious restaurant specialises in Spanish cuisine, Tapas and a variety of international delicacies. Picazzo offers modern cuisine, a carefully selected menu to excite your taste buds and an elaborate wine list, cocktails and original Spanish sangria.
The King’s Post, Rhapta Road
This gem is comfortably situated within The King’s Post along Rhapta Road. If you’re looking for something intimate, sit downstairs by their artificial fireplace and enjoy the cosy seating. Upstairs, their rooftop seating offers fresh air and great views as you sip on your post-meal cocktail.