Nice food... great ambience.... good food. Located in upper hill. You can even hold parties or events there.
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Good lunch venue in upperhill. Positives: The food is tasty and turnaround time from order to delivery good. Staff are polite and attentive. Issues: The price vs the service not well aligned. Takes long to settle bills, and it's cash only. no credit cards or mobile money...in 2017? Parking not adequate, Uber or walk at lunch hour.
Went there with a couple of friends without any major expectation but it was a great surprise. The service was very good, the quality of the food was very good and the price as well. Recommendation any lamb dish. As well along dinner they provided us with dates and coffee. It is a good place to eat and continue talking... More
Nice restaurant with great outdoor sitting. With the road repairs in the area, it is wise to ask for directions. I love their pilau rice and chicken. This was my first time to have mint tea and i liked it. The indoor sitting area needs better cleaning services. You are safer sitting outside. Helpful staff. Kudos
This place is few hundred yards from Crowne Plaza. Good choices, food is wonderful and plentiful. Waitresses are very friendly, and do give their honest feedback when asked for recommendations. Lamb Tinnar is the best. It is cooked in clay underground oven for 6 hours, and stays very juicy. So, why 4 stars, and not 5? 2 small reasons: 1.... More
Close to the high rise of hotels and offices in Nairobi Central Business District is this small charming restaurant (the photo in the heading does not look at all familiar to me). The restaurant is a former colonial bungalow in an extensive garden. Loads of on site parking space available. There is inside seating but sitting outside is charming. Staff... More
the hotel offres a good variety of dishes but need to develop more in order to attract more people to stay at the hotel in stead of going out for dinner else where
http://www.thearabiancuisine.com/ Quiet off street place serving good value juices, grills and birianis etc. Large portions, generally good service - includes welcome gulp of coffee and exit tea.
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