Yes, you heard right! The Brazil World Cup 2014 is indeed coming to Nairobi. And this is the perfect chance to experience part of the action right here in the city.
It is no doubt that most of you are familiar with Pampa Grill, the authentic Brazilian steak house that is the heart throb of meat loving Kenyans. Serving juicy Brazilian bbq and over 14 different types of meats plus an extensive salad menu, this restaurant has already carved their niche in the competitive Nairobi foodie market.
Having already opened their second branch at leafy Lavington suburbs, it wouldn’t be far fetched to say that they have been a huge hit.
So what has the World Cup got to do with them?
For firsts, they are truly Brazilian and the head chef, Mateus, can vouch for that.
Secondly, they are the only restaurant that represent the Brazilian culture here in Nairobi.
Thirdly, they want you to be a HUGE part of their culture by celebrating the Brazilian World Cup spirit with them. So, what have they done?
Pampa have a fantastic offer for World Cup on meals, drinks and awesome gifts to give away.
It’s simple, dine at any of their branches, Mombasa Rd or Lavington, and stand a chance of winning fabulous prizes. They also have an interactive predict and win session, where fans are given a chance to predict the scores of their favorite teams and win prizes.
The restaurant recently hosted one of the biggest public viewings of the World Cup opening sponsored by Radio Africa Group and the Brazilian embassy. Before the opening match between Brazil and Croatia started, guests were treated to an elaborate buffet and drinks.
EatOut is happy to be part sponsors of the elaborate World Cup campaign.
The menu at Pampa during the World Cup games is an a la carte affair featuring various skewers of some of the restaurant’s most popular cuts including garlic rump steak, backon-wrapped chicken, Parmesan crusted pork loin and pork sausage.
Chicken wings – and chicken hearts – cooked over the Brazilian charcoal barbecue are other choices. As some of the games are in the morning, the eatery is going to be serving a Brazilian style breakfast with Prato Frito – a rice black beans and eggs dish.