EatOut Kenya’s Nairobi Restaurant Week to celebrate the city’s blossoming restaurant scene

Tom Cadogan - Head Of Kenya for Farm Africa, Kunali Dodhia - Events Manager - EatOut Kenya Alan Murungi - Director & Executive Head Chef at Sierra, Nairobi Dennis Mwakulua-Group Chef, Restaurant Associate Ashley Palmer Watts - Celebrity International 2 Michelin Star Chef, Michelle Slater -GM - EatOut Kenya Nicolas Mounard - CEO - Farm Africa

Now in its 4th year, EatOut Kenya’s Nairobi Restaurant Week aims to celebrate Nairobi’s blossoming restaurant scene with over 60 of the best restaurants, including the likes of Tribe, Asmara, Brew Bistro, Seven Seafood and Grill, and About Thyme.

According to Michelle Slater, the General Manager at EatOut Kenya, “Nairobi Restaurant Week is the ultimate culinary experience. Our city’s vibrant dining scene takes centre stage for 10 days, with chefs pulling out all the stops to wine and dine customers. It’s truly the perfect way to kick off the new year and celebrate our blossoming restaurant scene.”

Set to take place from Thursday 26thJanuary – Sunday 5thFebruary 2017, Nairobi Restaurant Week will see restaurants serve from distinctive menus and offer pre fix menus for lunch and dinner for at affordable prices. Majority of the restaurants will offer a 2 course lunch at KSH 950 and a 3 course dinner with a complimentary beverage at KSH 1950. Few other restaurants will offer a 5 course dinner with a complimentary beverage at KSH 3950.

Pernod Ricard Kenya’s extensive portfolio of spirits such as Absolut & Chivas will be on offer at participating restaurants.

EatOut has also partnered with a taxi-hailing app, Little Cabs, to offer discounted taxi rides to and from restaurants which can be redeemable using a voucher code. Other sponsors include, Wrigley, Bidco, Toyota, Tribe Hotel, Radio Africa Group, Waba, Brown’s Cheese, Kenya Tourism Board and Yummy Magazine. NRW 2017 patrons will have a chance to win a trip to Bangkok sponsored by Holiday Bazaar. Customers will also stand a chance to win Samsung phones.

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EatOut Kenya will host a charity cocktail night and all the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to Farm Africa, aan international organization that works to build a prosperous rural Africa. They help farmers to increase their harvests to build their incomes and sustain natural resources, partnering with governments and the private sector finding effective ways to fight poverty.

The Nairobi Restaurant Week menu is offered to all guests, including walk-ins but one can reserve online here.

Here are the participating outlets


Amber Hotel



Artcaffe Grand

Artisan at Sankara


Brew Bistro & Lounge Rooftop



Curragh Irish Pub

Golden Spur

Jiko at Tribe

Nyama Mama

Ocean Basket

Royal Kitchen

Secret Garden

Tandoori Patio

Tapas Bar

The Wine Shop