UberEats Easter Takeout Guide

written by Yummy Team 16th April 2019

Easter is a time to feast, relax and enjoy a 4-day holiday with the people around you. A long weekend in Kenya means a full house and it might be yours or someone else’s. Either way, we know when two or more people are gathered there is bound to be food. Instead of stressing about grocery shopping and what to cook, pick up your phone, place your order and let UberEats do the rest.


The Roast by Carnivore (Karen)

Your favourite meals from Carnivore can be found at it’s branch The Roast. Appropriately named, this restaurant serves up its dishes grilled to perfection with the familiar taste of Nairobi’s premier restaurant known for it’s roasted meat. Order up their wings or even a rack of ribs during your Easter break and dig in with your whole family.





Shangrila (Muthaiga)

You don’t have to worry about booking a table at your favourite Indian restaurant because UberEats will deliver it to you fresh and in record time. Surprise your family with an order of prawns, paneer and chicken lollipop this Easter. If it all disappears too fast, a second order is only a couple of clicks away!




Roco Mamas (Village Market)

If you haven’t tried the smash burgers from this South African restaurant then Easter is the perfect time to splurge and treat yourself. Order their Bacon Cheese Guac, Mushroom Swizz or Old Skool smash burgers then make it extra special by ordering a rack of ribs and chicken wings as well. If that doesn’t sound like enough then finish off your meal with a Slow Death by Chocolate milkshake.





Celebrate Easter with Mexican food from Mercado. Take your pick of tacos, tostadas, tamales, quesadillas and so much more. You won’t have to worry about the size of portions, everyone will be able to stuff themselves full of masterfully cooked Mexican delicacies. Try not to order everything off of their tasty menu, we dare you!





Barista & Co

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are on Barista & Co with their versatile menu which will keep you going through your Easter weekend. Start off with a cup of coffee from their Espresso Bar as you enjoy a classic Belgian waffle. You already have lunch or dinner sorted with their paninis and salads. Don’t hesitate to add on a bag of Microlot Coffee Beans so that you can try brewing your own cup of coffee.




The Emory

Easter is a great time to discover new food. You may think you have exhausted your options at The Stable Restaurant but we can tell you that you haven’t tried their Sitati Special salad or their Chicken Breast on Pumpkin Seed Bread Sandwich. Once you taste their dishes, there’s no going back to the regular. Their Everyday Eats Under Kshs 500 menu might just become your new lunchtime regular meals.




Hidden Easter Egg

The Phoenician

The Phoenician is nestled along Matundu Lane and the perfect place to order from if you’re looking for somewhere different to try. You’ll be spoiled for choice with their extensive menu offering Lebanese and Japanese dishes that you can share with the whole family.

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