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Olpul sliced medium rare Grilled Beef steak ribeye . PHOTO | COURTESY
Olpul sliced medium rare Grilled Beef steak ribeye . PHOTO | COURTESY 

Nairobi Restaurant Week has just begun and you have 10 days to enjoy the culinary scene. Running from January 26 to February 5, over 60 restaurants are participating. Here are some restaurants you can visit.

Adega (Lavington Curve Mall, Lavington)

  • Lunch menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @Sh1,950

Adega Restaurant is an up market Portuguese restaurant that caters for a variety of tastes and styles. The restaurants offer a warm unpretentious ambience allowing diners to feast in true Portuguese style.

Arbor (James Gichuru Road)

Food in the Arbor. Arbor has an eco-friendly garden cafe with an eclectic selection of food. PHOTO | COURTESY

Food in the Arbor. Arbor has an eco-friendly garden cafe with an eclectic selection of food. PHOTO | COURTESY

  • Lunch menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @ Sh950

The Arbor is an eco-friendly garden cafe with an eclectic selection of food and also a marketplace in a tranquil garden setting in the heart of Nairobi. From our cocktails to our bites to our mains, we’ll cater to all types of palates. Relax and take a breather from everyday life and pop in for a enjoyable experience.

Artcaffe Grand (Westgate Mall, Westlands)

  • Dinner menu @ Sh1,950

Looking for a great escape from hectic city life? Artcaffe Grand is your perfect destination. Whether you are looking for a quiet cup of coffee, drinks, pastries or fine dining, Artcaffe places a premium on great service and signature offerings.

Cheka (101 Manyani East Road, Lavington)

  • Lunch menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @ Sh1,950

Japanese style Restaurant & Bar “IZAKAYA” which is operated by Japanese in Nairobi. The restaurant name “CHEKA” means “Laugh” in Kiswahili.

Golden Spur (Southern Sun Hotel, Westlands)

  • Lunch menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @Sh 1,950

A South African chain that offers delicious speciality steaks, burgers and a wide range of exciting salads for lunch, dinner and in-between, this classic family restaurant also has an activity area for children.

Havana (Woodvale Grove, Westlands)

  • Lunch Menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @Sh1,950

From finger licking appetizers to lip smacking desserts and weekly chef’s specials, Havana offers you Latin American cuisine with modern European fusion. Let our friendly staff cater for you while listening to smooth Cuban music as you relax in the candle lit restaurant enjoying our delicious daiquiris.

Ocean Basket (The Hub, Karen, The Oval, Westlands)

  • Lunch Menu @ Sh950
  • Dinner menu @ Sh950

Across the 10 countries that the Ocean Basket franchise has found a home, you will find the same formula for success – simplicity, value for money, best seafood in the world, served piping hot in a pan. They make delicious seafood with an irresistible creamy lemon sauce, with very friendly service.



Food in the Adega. PHOTO | COURTESY

Food in the Adega. PHOTO | COURTESY

Olpul (Two Rivers, Limuru Rd)

  • Dinner menu @ Sh3,950

Olpul steak house and grill brings to life this exotic Kenyan culture in a modern 21st century setting. The meat presented is from the finest ranches in Kenya – Naivasha, Nanyuki and Kitengela – with options of freshly cut to 21 day aged meat set on the menu. All marinades are made from locally sourced spices, oils, and herbs to ensure that both the flavour and the texture of the steaks served are as delicious and authentic as the culture that inspired it.

For the full list of participating restaurants, visit: eatout.co.ke/nairobi-restaurant-week.

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