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The Tamarind tenders amazing views of the Old Town on the far side of Mombasa Creek, as well as some pretty good grub and libations
Founded by Hollywood heart throb William Holden in 1959, this chic saloon at the Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club sits astride the equator on the outskirts of Nanyuki and has hosted more than its fair share of celebrities over the years
Connect Coffee is a small cafe that follows the coffee-making process from bean to brew to bring its customers the most consistent cup.
Le Grenier à Pain, a French bakery, opened its first branch in Africa right here in Nairobi.
Roadhouse, a local nyama choma spot, is famed for its maji maji grilling technique, which produces tender, medium-rare roasted meat (usually goat).
British gastropub J’s had a lot of success among both expats and locals at its first location in the Nairobi suburb of Karen.
The Arbor is an eco-friendly cafe set in a lush garden that also has a furniture store, a luxury cosmetics shop, and a small mani-pedi salon on its grounds.
This small cafe in the quiet neighborhood of Loresho has become popular for its great food, a comfortable atmosphere, and pocket-friendly prices.
This Japanese spot has been around since the ‘90s and is a popular destination for sushi lovers.
Havana Restaurant & Bar sits on Westlands’ “electric avenue” — a strip of bars with so much weekend traffic that the streets are as busy at 3 a.m. as others are at midday.