A marriage of centuries-old Eastern and Western influences sweetly combined into something distinctively Thai. Exotic as it is, Thai cuisine is also internationally famous, for its profusion of exotic flavours and fragrances. Thai cooking places emphasis on lightly prepared dishes with strong aromatic components and a spicy edge. It known for its complex interplay of at least three and up to four or five fundamental taste senses in each dish or the overall meal: sour, sweet, salty, bitter and spicy.
Here’s a list of the our favourite Thai restaurants in Nairobi. #Yummy!
Zen Garden’s fine dining flagship, Bamboo offers pan asian fusion cuisine in an elegant sophisticated atmosphere. EatOut Tip: Extremely popular on the weekends with a host of activities for the younger ones.
Situated just across from the United Nations, this al fresco restaurant fuses authentic eastern ambience with colonial grandeur. EatOut Tip: Start off with yummy cocktails at the bar!
SOI brings world-renowned Thai street food with a modern twist, using the freshest ingredients and traditional preparation techniques to ensure authentic Thai tastes. The focus is on small plates, perfect for sharing and pairing. EatOut Tip: Book the private booths for your own little intimate party.
The iconic Thai Chi at The Sarova Stanley boasts the finest in authentic Thai cuisine. A a small piece of Thailand in Nairobi. EatOut Tip: End with a after dinner tipple at the Exchange Bar, which was the official home of the Nairobi Stock Exchange for over 50 years.
88 is glamorous dining venue within the majestic Villa Rosa Kempinski. EatOut Tip: Ask for Chef Prapai’s Yum Ruam Mit Talay Seafood Soup!