Nairobi Restaurant Week 2019 is all set to tantalize your taste buds till March 10th

Nairobi Restaurant Week

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Every year Eatout Kenya organises Nairobi Restaurant Week (NRW) to celebrate Nairobi’s growing gastronomic culture. For NRW2019, they’ve partnered with Visa which will offer 20% for any meal paid with Visa.

This year for the launch of Nairobi Restaurant Week, invited guests were treated to a four-course fine dining experience at Urban Eatery. Each course featured a meal/s from a different participating restaurant. The first course was done by Bukhara by Haandi, the second by Bar Asia, the third by Fireplace and the fourth, consisting of a number of desserts, was provided by Urban Eatery.

Nairobi Restaurant Week
From Left: Victor Ndlovu – Country Director Visa, Sheila Changangu – Marketing Director Visa and Mikul Shah – Director EatOut Kenya.

What is NRW?

NRW is an annual ten-day event that features a variety of restaurants across Nairobi. During this period, participating restaurants offer certain meals at a discounted price. This year’s event began on March 28th and will end on March 10th.

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Your chance to experience fine dining at a discount

Nairobi Restaurant Week

Fine dining is considered a formal culinary experience that takes place in an expensive restaurant with a fancier food and wine menu. Fine dining restaurants are different but are similar in exceptional service, attention to detail and artistic if not flamboyant execution. Fine dining is not just reserved for dinner; lunch can also be a fine dining experience.

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This is an experience every foodie should try at least once especially at a discounted price and NRW2019  is your chance to do so. We’ve compiled a list of five restaurants you should try for NRW 2019.

If you’re not up for fine dining and would just like to have a casual meal with a couple of friends, here’s the full list of participating restaurants.

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NB: Menus and prices are specially curated for Nairobi Restaurant Week

1. Harvest Restaurant at Trademark HotelNairobi Restaurant Week

Where: Village Market, Limuru Road

This newish restaurant located at the Village market offers an open grill brasserie with a curated selection of wines from around the world.

What: Dinner (Click for menu) 

Price: KSh. 5,000 PP

2. Baluba at Movënpick hotel and residences

Nairobi Restaurant Week

Where: Mkungu Close, Westlands

This Movënpick restaurant offers an all-day dining experience that features an à la carte menu – meaning food can be ordered as separate items and not part of a set – live cooking stations and live entertainment for Sunday brunch.

What: Dinner (Click for menu)

Price: KSh. 3,950 pp

3. Atrium Brassiere, DoubleTree by Hilton

Where: Ngong Lane, Ngong Road

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This restaurant located at the DoubleTree in Hurligham offers an extensive buffet featuring Indian, Italian, Continental and Pan-Asian cuisines.

What: Lunch & Dinner (Click for menu)

Price: KSh 2,500 (Lunch) and KSh 3,500 (Dinner)

4. Pan Asian Yao

Nairobi Restaurant Week

Where: United Nations Avenue, Gigiri

Pan Asian Yao offers a culinary experience inspired by South East Asia.

What: Lunch & Dinner (Click for Menu)

Price: KSh 2,500 pp (Lunch) and KSh 3,500 pp (Dinner)

5. Tin Tin Restaurant

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Where: Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Harambee Avenue

Possibly the oldest hotel on this list offers a vast eclectic mix of cuisines from Chinese, Indian to African.

What: Lunch & Dinner (Click for menu)

Price: KSh 2,500 (Lunch) and KSh 4,500 (Dinner)

 

*Writer has listed restaurants she has visited, for the full list see.

 

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